Cutting carbs is known to be one of the most effective strategies for weight loss, but getting started can feel overwhelming. Just how many carbs can you have on a low-carb diet? Which foods are off-limits?
Losing weight seems to have a common theme: restriction. You have to say no to carbs, or sugar, or grains, or alcohol, or oil, or nuts, or pizza, or fruit, or . . . fun! I mean, what kind of life is that?
Are you getting enough fiber? If you have to ask, the answer is probably no. When you hear the word “fiber,” you probably picture one of two things: your grandma’s tasteless bran muffins, or a creepily
A casual scroll through Instagram, a flip through your favorite health and wellness magazine, or a conversation with friends have likely brought up the ketogenic diet at some point. The low-carb, high-fat
The super metabolism diet relies on five pillars, all in a handy acronym: Super proteins, super carbs, and super fats; Upping your energy expenditure; Power snacks; Essential calories, vitamins, and minerals;