I came across this article as I was researching and studying for my current course. Knowing many of my readers are on ketogenic diets, and their popularity has sky rocketed, I wanted to share this article with you.
I myself tried a ketogenic diet earlier this year and it went horribly. I followed it to the letter and ended up gaining weight. There is no one right diet for everyone. One of the underlying principles at Hawthorn University and the first thing they taught us was the concept of BIOCHEMICAL INDIVIDUALITY. Everyone has very specific biochemical needs, when it comes to diet and nutrition. What works for one, won’t work for another.
One of my favorite points in this article is: PALEO DOESN’T MEAN LOW CARB. Over the summer, when I did my elimination diet, I discovered that I couldn’t eat grains. I am now on a permanent paleo eating plan. (grain free and dairy free) But, my diet is by no means low carb. I eat starchy veggies (sweet potatoes/squash) on a daily basis.
Anyway, onto the main article:
Last week, my staff nutritionist Laura Schoenfeld wrote a guest post for my blog called “Is a Low-Carb Diet Ruining Your Health”. Perhaps not surprisingly, it has caused quite a stir. For reasons I…
For main article follow this link: 7 Things Everyone Should Know About Low-Carb Diets