If you are asked to name one problem or rather to say a disease, that every part of this world is facing and none has been able to overcome, so it is not a difficult question to answer, I would say. Obesity and all that extra fat is the answer. The latest craze in the dieting world is the Low carb (carbohydrate), high protein diets. However, you may need to consider a few things, before you jump on the band wagon:
These Low carb diets deplete the healthy glycogen stores (the stored form of glucose) from your muscles and liver. When you deplete this stored glucose, you also dehydrate, which often causes the scale indicating your weight, to drop significantly in the first week or two of the diet. Now seeing this happen usually makes us happy as this whole process of weight loss mostly due to dehydration and muscle loss is interpreted as fat loss. So this is one of reasons why the low carb diets are so popular at the moment – there is a quick, but deceptive drop in your weight.
Fatigue is a common result due to this depletion of the stored glucose in your body. Hence, leaving you feeling less energetic. Due to which you move less and exercise less, often without realizing it, which has an adverse effect on your metabolism and the caloric expenditure as well.
What’s more is that quick and inappropriate amount of fat loss makes your muscles and skin lack tone and become saggy without the help of a personal trainer. And what would you say if you get a nutritious diet meal plan along with the personal trainer. And a lot more!
Carbohydrates which you can get from vegetable, fruits, legumes, brown rice, whole grain breads and pastas are really good for the health and your weight loss program. But certain things should be taken into consideration, for e.g. like some proteins and fats, even carbohydrates should be taken in moderation. A large amount of any carbohydrates, fats or proteins are not conducive to your weight loss and health.