A lot of weight can be shed quickly in many ways. There are specific diet plans that you may have tried for weight loss, but they may leave you feeling hungry and unsatisfied. This is one of the primary reasons that you always find it hard to stick to a specific diet plan.
Here we will change this perspective of yours by breaking the good news that all the diet plans are not hard to follow.
Low carb diet plans have good weight loss results, and the followers also shared that it is a very convenient diet plan to follow. In the following, we are going to discuss five step weight loss plan, which will be low in complex carbs, and it is specifically designed to:
- Reduce your appetite and food cravings
- Accelerate the weight loss process
- Boost your metabolism
- Enables your body to burn more fat
Lower your carbohydrate intake
To lower carbohydrates means to cut the portions of sugars, which includes both monosaccharides and disaccharides. By reducing the consumption of carbs, hunger levels go down, which results in taking fewer calories.
The body uses carbohydrates as a primary fuel for various metabolic processes. When the intake of carbohydrates is limited, the body alternatively starts using fat reserves as a source of energy to perform body functions.
Limited carbohydrate intake also lowers insulin levels. This phenomenon forces the kidneys to flush excess water and sodium from the body. Lower carbohydrate intake results in the reduction of bloating and unwanted water weight.
Many dietitians have reported that people usually losses about 4-5kg in the first week of starting a low carb diet plan. This weight shed not only comprises of water weight; it also includes loss of excess body fat.
A study involving healthy yet obese women revealed that a low carb diet was more effective for short-term weight loss than a low-fat diet.
Studies have also shown that a low carb diet is capable of keeping one full or giving a sense of satiety (full stomach satisfaction). This automatically leads to low caloric intake without the pitiful feeling of being on diet feeling.
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