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Kyle Leon Customized Fat Loss - Diets low in carbohydrates and their impact on

Nov 3rd 2013 at 9:50 PM

Kyle Leon Customized Fat Loss-  The low-carbohydrate diets based on higher protein sources such as beef, pork, turkey, fish, eggs, the unlimited fat intake and the strict reduced food intake increased in carbohydrates such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, cereals , bread, rice, pasta and dairy products (except cheese). Full Article http://www.reviewlity.com/category/skin-care/

Several studies relying on these diets resulted in many patients stop their implementation due to many negative effects such as: - View dehydration - headache - Constipation - Serum uric acid as and - avitaminosis. Diets low in carbohydrates is a risk that is nutritionally inadequate. This is because these diets reduce the intake of fiber, vitamins, calcium, potassium and magnesium that are important for maintaining the health of our body. Regarding our cardiovascular system, excessive intake of saturated fats (from increased consumption of red meat, yellow cheese and animal fat) can have adverse effects by increasing the levels of total and LDL cholesterol and the risk to create plaque, thrombosis, thereby accentuating the cardiovascular function. Regarding the proper operation of our bones and prevent osteoporisis, diets low in carbohydrates increase the excretion of calcium in the urine.

This is particularly important especially for women after menopause and for the third age, where risks for the reduction of bone mass and osteoporosis. Finally in preventing cancer plurality investigations have demonstrated the protective role of fruits, vegetables and multi-grain cereal against cancer of the colon, breast, pancreas, lung, stomach, esophagus and gall bladder. these foods by providing antioxidants, polyphenols and fiber, protect our body reduces the chances of cancer. Many diets low in carbohydrates (and hence in fruits, vegetables and multigrain cereals) provide increased red meat consumption increasing the likelihood of developing cancer of the colon Eday at older ages. Finally, the increased intake of protein and fat has also been associated with increased likelihood of nephrolithiasis .

From all the above we understand that a balanced Mediterranean diet, which is based on an increased intake of fruits, vegetables, multi-grain products, legumes, milk and white meat and a lower consumption of red meat and saturated fat, effectively helps prevent against cardiovascular diseases and cancer and reduces the chances of obesity. Scientific Literature # 8226; Adam-Perrot, A., Clifton, P & Brouns, F. (2006). Low-Carbohydrate diets: Nutritional and psysiologival effects.Obesity Reviews, on the 7th, 49-58. # 8226? Bilsborough, SA, Crowe, TC (2003). Low-carbohydrate diets; what are the potential short-and long-term health implications?, Asia Pacific.Journal of clinical Nutrition, 12, 396-404 Editor: Maria Koufaki (MSc) - Clinical Dietitian Nutritionist Source: Scientific Literature most updated book for proper fat loss

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