The Truth About Low-Carb Diets and 'Slow Carbs'

The Truth About Low-Carb Diets and 'Slow Carbs'

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While low-carb diets have become a popular fad, carbohydrates are actually the most important thing you can eat for health and weight loss. Learn all about “slow carbs,” why they’re important to your diet and about all the beneficial things they’ll do for your health and your weight.

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19 thoughts on “The Truth About Low-Carb Diets and 'Slow Carbs'

  1. I’m on day 23 no sugar and grain and no beans but only lost 4 lbs. I’m still waiting for something to happen ???? only eat meat and veggies I’ve tracked cards fat and protein with an art as well to not over eat

  2. Nobody ever got fat from eating potatoes or whole grain. Looking at all the skinny asians then white rice is not the culprit for obesity anywhere on this planet.
    The real poison are excess animal products and processed junk.

  3. This guy is either a complete moron or just a shill for the food industry. Carbs are toxic to the body and causing all the health problems plaguing society today. If you care about your health, carbs are what you should cut out.

  4. Careful with this video, the information is presented in such a clickbait-y way that a lot of people will get the wrong idea from this. He is basically saying to eat veggies, which is a fundamental part of a low-carb/keto diet.

  5. Nope, by nature plants are not supposed to be eaten by man. Our ancestors ate fatty meat and plants only to survive whenever meat was not available. Plants defend themselves with all kinds of chemicals that harm our body

  6. I don't agree with you.
    Carbs are deadly.
    Low carb is the new normal.
    Fruits are high in fructose.

  7. My weight loss surgeon did her residency at the Cleveland Clinic and puts us all on a low carb diet. I guess this doesn't actually apply to those of us with diabesity.

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