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Book Description If you find it difficult to lose weight, feel hungry when trying to diet, and usually go back to your old ways of eating because it’s not working, then perhaps it’s time to consider living a low-carb lifestyle. Note that this is not a diet. It’s a way of life. Whilst we all need some carbohydrates in our diet to provide our bodies with energy, most of us Book Description If you find it difficult to lose weight, feel hungry when trying to diet, and usually go back to your old ways of eating because it’s not working, then perhaps it’s time to consider living a low-carb lifestyle. Note that this is not a diet. It’s a way of life. Whilst we all need some carbohydrates in our diet to provide our bodies with energy, most of us eat far too much of the wrong kind of carbohydrates. If your body is unable to use all the carbs you consume, it stores the excess as fat and you put on weight. In order to lose that weight you need to cut down on the carbs so that your body starts to turn that excess fat back into energy. But before you decide if a low-carb lifestyle is right for you it is important that you do some research. Here are some questions that might help you to make the right choice: • Are you addicted to sugary foods, breads, and pasta? • Do you eat without realising what you've eaten or how much? • Do you comfort-eat as a way to manage stress and does it work? • Do you eat large amounts of carb-loaded food at a meal but soon feel hungry again? • Are you willing to make long term changes to prevent obesity-related health-problems such as diabetes? • Are you fed up with a diet only fit for birds while trying to lose weight? • Do you want to enjoy a wide range of flavoursome foods that will fill you up and keep your mind clear? • Do you want to enjoy better health and a slimmer body? • Do you want to put an end to those food cravings, once and for all? • Do you want to never feel hungry again while being in the best shape you can be? If you answered YES to even some of these questions, then a low-carb lifestyle might be right for you. You may be pleasantly surprised to discover that low-carb eating isn't as restrictive as you might at first think. Most low-carb eating plans begin with an induction phase that allows you to choose foods from a wide selection of vegetables along with proteins including meat, fish, and poultry. After this induction phase you gradually add nuts, fruits, legumes, and higher carb vegetables to your food selection. Your goal when choosing to eat the low-carb way is first to lose any excess weight. Once you have achieved your optimum healthy weight your new goal is to maintain that weight for the long-term. You can’t just go back to your old way of eating and expect to remain at your preferred weight. You do this by eating a balanced, healthy, diet that contains a wide range of low-carb foods. This doesn’t mean you can never eat foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, sweets, cakes, biscuits, cookies, take-aways, ready-meals and fast foods, and anything containing sugar ever again. But it does mean that these kinds of foods must not form the main or largest part of your diet. You can eat these foods in SMALL quantities, and preferably not at every meal and not every day. This way of eating allows your body to perform at its best so you can feel and look your best all of the time and not just now and again. If you feel ready for a healthy way to lose weight that is proven by years of scientific evidence, then a low-carb lifestyle could be right for you. Consider it carefully as it can be very challenging. If you have any medical issues or are on medication of any sort make sure you consult your doctor or health care professional before you decide.


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Book Description If you find it difficult to lose weight, feel hungry when trying to diet, and usually go back to your old ways of eating because it’s not working, then perhaps it’s time to consider living a low-carb lifestyle. Note that this is not a diet. It’s a way of life. Whilst we all need some carbohydrates in our diet to provide our bodies with energy, most of us Book Description If you find it difficult to lose weight, feel hungry when trying to diet, and usually go back to your old ways of eating because it’s not working, then perhaps it’s time to consider living a low-carb lifestyle. Note that this is not a diet. It’s a way of life. Whilst we all need some carbohydrates in our diet to provide our bodies with energy, most of us eat far too much of the wrong kind of carbohydrates. If your body is unable to use all the carbs you consume, it stores the excess as fat and you put on weight. In order to lose that weight you need to cut down on the carbs so that your body starts to turn that excess fat back into energy. But before you decide if a low-carb lifestyle is right for you it is important that you do some research. Here are some questions that might help you to make the right choice: • Are you addicted to sugary foods, breads, and pasta? • Do you eat without realising what you've eaten or how much? • Do you comfort-eat as a way to manage stress and does it work? • Do you eat large amounts of carb-loaded food at a meal but soon feel hungry again? • Are you willing to make long term changes to prevent obesity-related health-problems such as diabetes? • Are you fed up with a diet only fit for birds while trying to lose weight? • Do you want to enjoy a wide range of flavoursome foods that will fill you up and keep your mind clear? • Do you want to enjoy better health and a slimmer body? • Do you want to put an end to those food cravings, once and for all? • Do you want to never feel hungry again while being in the best shape you can be? If you answered YES to even some of these questions, then a low-carb lifestyle might be right for you. You may be pleasantly surprised to discover that low-carb eating isn't as restrictive as you might at first think. Most low-carb eating plans begin with an induction phase that allows you to choose foods from a wide selection of vegetables along with proteins including meat, fish, and poultry. After this induction phase you gradually add nuts, fruits, legumes, and higher carb vegetables to your food selection. Your goal when choosing to eat the low-carb way is first to lose any excess weight. Once you have achieved your optimum healthy weight your new goal is to maintain that weight for the long-term. You can’t just go back to your old way of eating and expect to remain at your preferred weight. You do this by eating a balanced, healthy, diet that contains a wide range of low-carb foods. This doesn’t mean you can never eat foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, sweets, cakes, biscuits, cookies, take-aways, ready-meals and fast foods, and anything containing sugar ever again. But it does mean that these kinds of foods must not form the main or largest part of your diet. You can eat these foods in SMALL quantities, and preferably not at every meal and not every day. This way of eating allows your body to perform at its best so you can feel and look your best all of the time and not just now and again. If you feel ready for a healthy way to lose weight that is proven by years of scientific evidence, then a low-carb lifestyle could be right for you. Consider it carefully as it can be very challenging. If you have any medical issues or are on medication of any sort make sure you consult your doctor or health care professional before you decide.

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