Eat all you want, feel satisfied and lose weight?
That in essence is the reason why millions got hooked to the low-carb diet. Low-carb diet has been around for decades. It became mainstream when Dr. Robert Atkins simplified it in easy to follow steps.
Low-carb restricts carbohydrates such as sugar and starch and encourages consumption of foods high in fat and protein. No calories need to be counted, just count the carbs.
Low-carb diet is proven to help with weight loss, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and other health issues.
One of the keys to low-carb diet is counting carbs, more specifically “Net carbs”. Net carbs are calculated by subtracting fiber and sugar alcohol from total carbohydrates. Both sugar alcohol and fiber has little or no impact on blood sugar levels.