You’ve probably heard health experts explain that diets don’t work. It’s true. Juice cleanses, fasts, super low-calorie diets, extreme carb-restriction, and other modes of depriving your body of food may work initially to help you drop weight—but they usually are not maintainable. For improved health and sustained wellness, it’s important to choose an eating pattern that you can stick to for life. But what if you have chosen to go low-carb? Can you turn low-carb dieting into a way of life? The key to success on a long-term low-carb program lies in transitioning from “dieting” to a new, healthier way of eating that meets your unique needs and goals.
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By Mayo Clinic Staff. From failed low-fat diets and an epidemic of obesity and diabetes, through a growing realization of our mistakes, and towards a potential health revolution. Menopause and insomnia: Could a low-GI diet help? Digestive Diseases and Sciences A very low-carbohydrate diet improves gastroesophageal reflux and its symptoms. Thanks for sharing. Fiber can have both beneficial and some potential negative effects on gut health, but it usually has no major impact on the effects of a low-carb diet. The more carbs you eat, the less “room” you have for protein. In the absence of circulating blood sugar from food, we start breaking down stored fat into molecules called ketone bodies the process is called ketosis.