Low Carb Dieting Myths

See on Scoop.it21st Century Integrative Medicine

The myths about low carb dieting are traded freely among those who just don’t know any better. I’ve tried to shine some light on these falsehoods here.

Asher Laub‘s insight:

Ketogenesis (or low carb) explained pretty clearly in layman’s terms. Important to remind people that ketogenic diets are high in vegetables/fruits and fats, not protein and carbs. Protein and carb intake are usually moderate depending on a person’s total caloric intake. The quality of fats and proteins (grass fed/organic) is critical to a successful ketogenic diet. The benefits are quite extraordinary if carbs are not working for yoy. It’s sort of like a 2nd chance. 

See on www.ketogenic-diet-resource.com


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David Landau is a graduate of NYU Steinhardt and a science educator since 2007. His interests and booking musical entertainment. His favorite musical performers are Asher www.asherlaub.com and Lindsey Stirling www.lindseystirling.com

Posted on April 8, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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