The Long Term Effects of a Low Carb Diet | #ScienceSaturday

The Long Term Effects of a Low Carb Diet | #ScienceSaturday

Is a Low-Carb Diet right for you?

You’re probably hearing those words argued over a lot in health circles these days.

Thomas DeLauer explains the Science behind Low-Carb Diets and shares the side effects of a Low-Carb Diet so that you can make an informed choice when it comes to your own health. #ScienceSaturday

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16 thoughts on “The Long Term Effects of a Low Carb Diet | #ScienceSaturday

  1. I just checked down in between whether I have increased my speed????…you speaks without having a breath.but it was great information ..nd u are Adonis… ????

  2. Let's talk about 12 months! No, no, no!!!! Even better! Let's talk about a full year!!!! ????????‍♂️????‍♀️????

  3. What happens after you dont have almost any fat anymore? You cant keep on the diet the same way as before, surely, it would make your body not have enough to work with once the fat is gone. Also if you have no fat left and stop the diet wont you just retain the fat again after a while? Making it a cycle. Also any diet that makes me take supplements and vitamins is not a good diet from what i understand….(not saying this one makes you take supplements, im just saying in general)

  4. I wish people would talk about the difference between refined carbs like carbs containing wheat and normal carbs like rice, potatoes because of course if your eating refined carbs your not going to loose a lot of weight Because wheat is bad for you and is a inflammatory.

  5. Nobody talks about mineral water when it comes to magnesium or any other minerals no need of artificial supplements where there is a natural source for all this stuff 😉

  6. These studies are comparing a low carb to low fat diet but they are not so specific on low fat. I didn’t get a picture until I read the 3rd article from the New England Journal. For low fat it used the obesity management guidelines. The guidelines are over 200 pages so I’m not sure why they just didn’t put the percentage. Finding the percentage I see that they say reduce the total calories to 30%. The problem I see here is I see lasting change in people who eat low fat (but also whole food plant based) diets but their fat intake is at 10%. With that 10% they eliminate or greatly reduce animal products.

    I think if you compared a low carb diet to a whole food plant based diet you would really help out the dietetic community and community health overall.

  7. Oh my…i should have been taking magnesium while doing keto for the past 8 years….this explains a lot.

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