Thinking of going on a low carbohydrate diet program and you might just unleash a wave of hand-wringing and despair. These are the most common arguments against low crab dieting, and they are still being voiced by many mainstream dietitians and nutritionists. Unfortunately, none of these concerns are warranted or substantiated.
However, if you are considering a low carbohydrate diet, it’s smart to get the facts first, so you can base your decisions on what the current clinical science says, and not hand wringing and fear mongering. Essentially, these diets require the removal of carbohydrates, which deprives the body of fiber and nutrient-rich colored fruits and vegetables which are so essential to optimum health. And there you have it; the top arguments against low dieting debunked! “Diet Debunker” is for anyone, there’s decent evidence to suggest it’s both an effective and a credible alternative to more traditional dieting strategies.
Diets Don’t Work
Each year, a new fad diet book floods the marketplace and convinces consumers that the secret answers to losing weight are wondrously stored within its pages. However, losing weight isn’t as complicated as these fad diets make it seem. While these fad diets offer some positive nutritional tips, they also include gimmicks and rules that are detrimental to a healthy diet and lifestyle. In this infographic, Retrofit debunks America’s top fad diets, and uses them as a springboard to discuss sustainable ways of eating well, without the hokey rules and regulations. Retrofit works. Diets don’t. Retrofit is not a diet.