A low-carb diet is generally used for losing weight. Some low-carb diets may have health benefits beyond weight loss, such as reducing risk factors associated with diabetes and metabolic syndrome.
Generally food contains fat, carbohydrate, protein, vitamins, and micro and macro nutrients. Carb contains 70% of the total nutrient value of any food. Carb is the source of raw energy as it is easily digestible. Excess carb is converted into fat and stored in the muscles. So if we take a balanced diet where the carbohydrate remains in check, the conversion to fat remains in check. If the food contains heavy quantity of carb and there is no need to burn the carb then the fat deposition takes place.
A low-carb diet bounds carbohydrate —those found in grains, starch-based vegetables, and fruit — and highlights food rich in protein and fat. Many sorts of low-carb diets persist with varying limitations on the types and amounts, you can eat.
Why one should go for Low –Carb Diet
This kind of routine has many benefits –
It limits the carb amount and hence restricts chances of fat formation. So if the body requires excess energy, it converts the stored fat and converts into raw glucose and use it as source of energy.
It inspires to change your erratic food habits to a systematic form
Better quality, more natural foods are included in the diet which has additional benefits
Controls sugar level in the blood helps to control diabetes.
Due to limited chance of fat formation, limited chances of heart related disease.
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