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HERE, or download it on iTunes. The topic was “Overcoming Low Carb Problems.” And in addition, most of the relevant questions were about not losing weight. As the majority of you know my undertake the Low Carb diet is that it’s a highly effective way to lessen blood sugar. Flattening blood glucose makes us lose the raging food cravings that make more and more people with diabetes and prediabetes overeat and gain.

So when most people normalize their bloodstream sugar and stop eating the high carb, high calorie junk food that they used to rely on, they lose weight. A significant amount Often. The data I’ve reviewed, and my years of taking part in online diet discussion groups have convinced me that normal-weight loss on a minimal carb diet goes through three phases. Some people have better results, but since these are the average, for everyone who does better, someone does worse. This isn’t because they’re carrying it out wrong–though the doctors who profit mightily from offering marvelous diet dreams often use that as the real reason for why their magical diets fail real people.

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So newbie people in the latter categories often believe that they will go through the same results as these vocal, young, healthy proponents of the diet who are able to lose progressively eating 2500 calories from fat worthy of of delicious high excess fat food every day. But this ignores the fact a 220-lb 35-year-old man with a wholesome metabolism may easily have the ability to lose weight while eating twice as much food as a 200-lb 55 yr old female.

No matter how often that a woman goes to the fitness center or how low her carb intake. This argument points out why my publication Diet 101: The Truth About Low Carb Diets is not a runaway bestseller. My own experience with polling the Low Carb community is that while there are some lucky people who do reach their goals, they are few in amount.

Most people lose 20% of their starting and then weight loss slows way, way down. That is why I often recommend visitors lose what you can lose without starving yourself, focus on maintaining that loss then. Appreciate your victories. If you’ve normalized your bloodstream sugar, you will not end up with diabetic complications, even though you still weigh more than you would like.

Focus on preserving what you have lost, much it is however. Maintaining a modest weight loss for ten years or even more is a huge achievement–far healthier, harder, and more impressive than losing a lot of weight and regaining everything five years after your bodyweight loss effort began. All this is talked about in this podcast, but if you want to get into these topics comprehensive, I’d suggest reading my reserve, Diet 101: The Truth About Low Carb Diets.