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Low carb improves blood sugar beyond weight loss

Low carb improves blood sugar beyond weight loss

Low carb improves blood sugar beyond weight loss

The headline reads that a low carb diet improves blood sugar and liver fat. But the conclusions really are that a lower-carb, higher-protein diet improve blood sugar and liver fat more than a conventional diet. And it works beyond just weight loss. This has important implications for picking a healthy weight loss diet.

Table of content:
0:00 Introduction to the study
1:50 Results from the study
3:07 Conclusion

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  1. Just want to add that with low carb dieting South Beach/ Keto .. once you hit your weight loss fat percentage goal you really can just maintain with weightlifting two to three times a week. I think that’s the greatest thing about the Leto lifestyle since jogging and most cardio exercise can be tedious imo.

  2. after 3 month with interment 16×8 low carb diet……. weigth went down, blood presure normaliced, Tryglicereis down, HDL up, ……….but LDL also went …UP!. Can this be posible?

  3. I been eating high protein low carb IV lost 2 pants sizes in 6 months so far feel better to also take vitimins daily

  4. For me, it's not 'low carb' unless carbs are under 10%. 20% is moderate carb. And 30% is high carb. The 60% carbs in a standard diet is 'lunacy carb'.

  5. “Make time for it. Just get it done. Nobody ever got strong or got in shape by thinking about it. They did it.”

  6. For six weeks and reversed my diabetes and it wasn’t the weight loss because I did not lose even 1 pound. I only stuck with the diet because of what it was doing for my blood sugar. Now my doctors and I are trying to figure out why I didn’t lose any weight.

  7. It supports the two messages the keto doctors say. Calories are not all the same and we get healthy to lose weight. Not lose weight to get healthy.

  8. The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance. (2 Peter 3:9)
    And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent: (Acts 17:30)
    I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. (Luke 13:5)
    Testifying both to the Jews, and also to the Greeks, repentance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ. (Acts 20:21)

  9. This reminds me of David Ludwig's study where the three treatment arms were 60% carbs, 40% carbs, and 20% carbs. That study found significant weight loss benefits at 20% carbs, and the 40% carbs group was in the middle also with benefits. What I'm getting out of these studies is that there appears to be a dose dependent relationship between the benefits of low carb and the number of carbs, without having to eat ultra low carb, such as the 5 to 10% of calories for true ketogenic diets. Of course for weight loss or reversing metabolic illness, going lowrr carb may be optimal. But it's good to know that these more liberal low-carb approaches such as 20%, 30% or even 40% have significant benefits. I personally changed my diet from about 60% carbs to 25% carbs and was amazed by the differences it made.

  10. Thank you for your video. I believe there is one type of body composition that you failed to mention. I am 5'2" and weigh 128lbs. My BMI is normal at 23.1, skeletal muscle mass is 24.5%, fat mass is 38.4%, and my visceral adipose tissue is very normal at 0.7 liters (waist 26.5 inches). What this shows is that I have lipedema, which is subcutaneous fat in upper arms and legs. My legs are large compared to my tiny torso. I would love it if you would do a video on lipedema as this is a struggle for me.

  11. In the study, was the high carb group eating exclusively whole carbs? Or were they eating some refined carbs?

    Also, it’s really too bad they didn’t keep protein equal in both groups…my bet is that the protein played a major role here.

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