There are different researchers who have different view points on Low Carb Diet, so you can’t take it as complete fact because no doubt researchers will uncover more information in ten years time. But here’s the issue that some research highlights, you lose most of the weight through loss of water and muscle tissue. This means you have less muscle burning through calories now, so you need to eat even less and once you come off of the low carbohydrate diet it’s highly likely that you’ll put the weight back on and maybe more. You need to burn fat cells by exercising more whilst cutting the calorie intake in your diet. Consistency is the real key here, not sudden change.
You need to keep to a balanced diet, that means good quality foods and a wide variety of them. You can also choose to top of your vitamins with vitamin supplements, as long as you stick to the recommended doses this is a good idea because it can be difficult to get all the vitamins and nutrients you need today due to how food is processed and how long it has to survive in storage. Low carbohydrate diets lack the nutrients you need to actually be healthy.
Losing and gaining weight in cycles has been identified as a health risk. You need carbohydrates to maintain healthy muscle tissue, as well as proteins, vitamins, and nutrients.
So is there a way to lose weight fast? Well yes, but not as fast. You need to make plans for your diet and workout plan. A gradual change is a good idea as it makes it easier to adjust your lifestyle permanently. If you diligently cut out calories and take regular exercise you’ll be on the path to losing weight. Once you’re on that path it is your foundation to achieve more. You can’t expect to instantly lose weight because otherwise every other person with a weight problem would be doing, but you can expect to get on the right track and achieve more and more success over time by staying committed to achieving results.
Don’t cut all fats from your diet either as some fats are necessary for your body to function efficiently. You should aim for an easy target to begin with such as just thirty minutes of exercise when you would otherwise be doing something else. Hold yourself accountable for it too otherwise it will be just another exciting start ending badly.