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Low Carb Verses …. | Kathryn Samuels

With all of the conflicting studies and information, it’s no wonder that confusion reigns when it comes
to the value and safety of low-carb diets. Advocates contend that high amount of carbohydrates lead to increasing problems with obesity, diabetes, and other health problems. Critics, on the other hand, attribute obesity and related health problems to over-consumption of calories from any source, and lack of physical activity. Any program, whether low or high in carbohydrates, can produce significant weight loss during the initial stages. The key to successful weight loss is being able to lose the weight permanently and live a healthy lifestyle. Critics also express concern that the lack of grains, fruits, and vegetables in low-carbohydrate plans may lead to deficiencies of key nutrients, including fiber, vitamin C, folic acid, and several minerals.

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