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Who LOVES Their Low Carb Diet As Much As I Do!?!?

Who LOVES Their Low Carb Diet As Much As I Do!?!? Topic: Who LOVES Their Low Carb Diet As Much As I Do!?!?
November 17, 2019 / By Jessica
Question: I LOVE my low carb diet! I have lost 8 pounds in 2 weeks so far! Who else has it worked for and loves low carbing!? :)
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Flower Flower | 8 days ago
im a wrestler... and good work honey, except you forgot 1 problem: You will lose the weight for about another few weeks, and then when ur body has a carb crash, you will either A) die (unlikely) or B) HAVE to eat carbs in order to keep your body functioning. once you do letter B, which is inevitable, you will gain all of your weight back, probably more... and you will have a SLOWER metabolism, a HIGHER fat %, and be LESS HEALTHY than you were before. ====================== The key to losing weight is: 1) hard exercise that pushes you to your limits- basketball, other sports, runnign long distance and sprints, weightlifting to the max, swimming, etc. 2) eating 5-7 smaller meals a day 3) eating all 5 food groups about equally, and as long as ur exercising and have a craving for smoething, EAT IT as long as its healthy 4) YES u need carbs, and a good amount if ur exercising... just eat whole grain, whole wheat, granola, power bars, nature valley bars, potatoes sometimes, and other healthy sources of carbs. 5) chewing your food really good. 6) drinking a LOT of water, so you naturally are less hungry and better hydrated, so u lose weight AND work out better! 7) getting 9 hours of sleep a night 8) taking a multi-vitamin, and 1-2 protein shakes a day (muscle milk: chocolate is BEST) 9) always be on the move, even when ur NOT exercising, just walking around w/ friends and having fun and being active. (note: "active" is NOT hard exercise! "active" does NOT ALONE help you lose weight!) 10) Stop worrying about "losing weight", and focus on doing the following: -cutting inches from ur waist -cutting inches from other parts of ur body that are flabby -getting a higher muscle % and lower fat % -getting to be a better athlete, and improving athletic performance -getting faster, stronger, better heart and endurance, more energetic -looking and feeling better 11) never eating fast food, junk food, microwaved food, artificial food, school food, frozen food, caffeine, coffee, soda, any carbonated drinks, anything with "low calorie/sugar" or artificial sweeteners, anything with MSG, lunchables, crackers, ice cream, etc!!!!!!!! EAT HEALTHY! AND YOU CAN HAVE ALL THE CARBS YOU NEED!
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Flower Originally Answered: What are some good snack and meal ideas for a diabetic who loves carbs?
Katie . Get use to the fact that carbs are not in our best interest. Now if you were to go to Mendosa's http://www.mendosa.com/gilists.htm You will find out what carbs are good for you and what one's are not and how much. This table includes the glycemic index and glycemic load of more than 2,480 individual food items. Not all of them, however, are available in the United States. They represent a true international effort of testing around the world. The glycemic index (GI) is a numerical system of measuring how much of a rise in circulating blood sugar a carbohydrate triggers–the higher the number, the greater the blood sugar response. So a low GI food will cause a small rise, while a high GI food will trigger a dramatic spike. A list of carbohydrates with their glycemic values is shown below. A GI is 70 or more is high, a GI of 56 to 69 inclusive is medium, and a GI of 55 or less is low. The glycemic load (GL) is a relatively new way to assess the impact of carbohydrate consumption that takes the glycemic index into account, but gives a fuller picture than does glycemic index alone. A GI value tells you only how rapidly a particular carbohydrate turns into sugar. It doesn't tell you how much of that carbohydrate is in a serving of a particular food. You need to know both things to understand a food's effect on blood sugar. That is where glycemic load comes in. The carbohydrate in watermelon, for example, has a high GI. But there isn't a lot of it, so watermelon's glycemic load is relatively low. A GL of 20 or more is high, a GL of 11 to 19 inclusive is medium, and a GL of 10 or less is low. Foods that have a low GL almost always have a low GI. Foods with an intermediate or high GL range from very low to very high GI. Both GI and GL are listed here. The GI is of foods based on the glucose index–where glucose is set to equal 100. The other is the glycemic load, which is the glycemic index divided by 100 multiplied by its available carbohydrate content (i.e. carbohydrates minus fiber) in grams. (The "Serve size (g)" column is the serving size in grams for calculating the glycemic load; for simplicity of presentation I have left out an intermediate column that shows the available carbohydrates in the stated serving sizes.) Take, watermelon as an example of calculating glycemic load. Its glycemic index is pretty high, about 72. According to the calculations by the people at the University of Sydney's Human Nutrition Unit, in a serving of 120 grams it has 6 grams of available carbohydrate per serving, so its glycemic load is pretty low, 72/100*6=4.32, rounded to 4. For snacks I eat Peanuts, Beef jerky (Homemade) , celery sticks with peanut butter, a small scoop of Ice Cream,also I always have home made chilli or Veg. beef soup on hand (Homemade)When going crazy I have a cup of soup. Also always have on Hand a jug of Iced Tea (Homemade). Maybe some Sunflower seeds . There are ways to lower blood sugar:::Here are the 4 keys: 1) Knowledge- http://www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/index.ph… This is a great site for info 2) Meds. Metformin to start. Never , ever take Actos or Avandia. They may kill you. Bone fractures, heart problems and what diabetics really don't need is that they change Bone Stem Cells to Fat Cells. 3)diet- A low carb diet is in order. I can't count carbs so I use Mendosa's Glycemic Index Diet. Great for the whole family. http://www.mendosa.com/gilists.htm 4) EXERCISE- Walking is fine but Nordic Walking is Great. Exercise also lowers Glucose levels , lowers Cholesterol and lowers Blood Pressure. Google it. If you do these things you may stave off diabetes. Good luck Tin
Flower Originally Answered: What are some good snack and meal ideas for a diabetic who loves carbs?
This Site Might Help You. RE: What are some good snack and meal ideas for a diabetic who loves carbs? I just recently found out that I have Syndrome X, or pre-diabetes. Diabetes runs in both sides of my family so I really need to start taking preventative action now. I have recently began taking metformin, a medication that will help lower insulin levels. My doctor also wants me to lose some...

Dandrane Dandrane
Restricting our carbs and later, controlling our carbs will always be the way to go for 85% of the population. Carbs are "NON ESSENTIAL" to our diet. It's impossible for anyone to name you an essential carb. Essential proteins exist. As do essential fats. IF our bodies NEED glucose (carbs) it will create it. This is why they are non-essential. Our bodies can not create protein or fats, hence why they are essential to our diet. I just thought I'd tell you this because you will always find someone who talks crap about low carbing. keep up the good work! EDIT: GUY BELOW ME: Apparently, what you "KNOW" and what is "FACT" are two different things. Since you are not aware of humans creating glucose, look up "GLUCONEOGENESIS". So sorry to inform you, it is NOT bs. Low carb diets may fail if you go back to eating like a slob. THAT, plus many people make the mistakes of also lowering their fats while low carbing. BIG mistake. Think HIGH protein MODERATE fats LOW carbs. And nobody was saying low carbs alone is the key. THE key is 3 fold: proper ratio of macronutrients PLUS proper type of cardio (low intensity if low carbing) PLUS lifting weights to maintain our existing muscle.
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Bobbie Bobbie
4 lbs a week is neither a helathy nor a sustainable rate of weight loss and high protein-low carb diets are bad for your ;iver and kidneys. stop promoting unhelathy BS
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Bobbie Originally Answered: Do most people have high energy levels on a low carb/high fat diet or a high carb/low fat diet?
personally for me i get high energy levels on high car/low fat diet. if you really love fruit you should read the 80/10/10 diet my dr. graham ! this book as changed my life (cliche i know)

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