You might have heard a lot of claims lately about carbs intake for weight loss. But do they really work? Can you really lose weight just by cutting down on your carbs? These claims are not a scam, but we need to dig a bit deeper into this issue before we can give you the answer. Here’s why you shouldn’t believe everything you hear:
Carbohydrates are a major source of fuel for our bodies, and it’s essential to get these nutrients to our muscles as well as liver and other vital organs. That’s why consuming them is not a good idea if you’re looking to speed up your weight loss efforts. Because eating too many carbs will make your body use more of its stored fat for energy, ultimately leading to more fat being accumulated around your midsection. So eat plenty of low carb vegetables (that way, you’ll avoid gaining fat along with losing weight) but don’t cut them out entirely from your diet.
When it comes to burning off fat, your body burns fat for energy when it has excess calories to power its normal daily functions. The problem with most diets today is that instead of burning off stored fat, people rely almost exclusively on a low carb diet to burn away their unwanted body fat. This isn’t how your body works, and it’s not how you should approach losing weight. In fact, the idea that carbs should be completely banned from your diet to speed up your weight loss is probably one of the biggest misconceptions out there right now.
The reason that this type of diet plans work so well for some people is because they’re allowing their body to burn away all of the accumulated body fat on a day-to-day basis. This is possible because eating a very small amount of carbohydrates (or ”empty carbs”) keeps your blood sugar levels constant, which makes it easy for your body to break them down into simple compounds that can be burned away in your daily metabolism. So, in reality, it’s not carbs that are causing you to gain weight – it’s your lack of effective exercise habits.
There are many ways to trick your body into feeling full, and these methods include such things as eating large amounts of food at once, or alternating between high and low carb foods. Both of these methods work because your body begins to feel full so that it has to work even harder to maintain the weight. What you really need to do instead is to eat smaller portions more often. This way, your body will never feel hungry and thus will never work as hard to maintain the position of balance that it’s in. You can use this method in conjunction with low carb diets to really lose weight quickly and keep it off.
If you use these methods and combine them with three days of solid, healthy eating, you’ll see incredible results in just two short weeks. This includes a rapid decline in body fat, and increased muscle mass. It also includes a boost in your metabolism so that you burn calories longer and more effectively. And all of this happens in just two days! What could be better than that?