The functional medicine sounds intriguing. I'm currently struggling to get rid of 10lbs! Can't seem to get it off!
Our general doctor told us years ago that Atkins' diet would help keep our sugar levels normal. He (and Atkins) were right!
Atkins sounds great. I'v never tried it before and luckily haven't really needed to, but this is definitely something that I will be passing on to my father. I wouldn't mind trying it myself either, can't hurt! :-) Thanks for sharing!
What an amazing article.
I knew about insulin but I had no idea how the brain reacts to junk food such a soda.
I eat fresh and healthy to the most part and I was raised this way.
I love this article! My oldest daughter is Type 1 Diabetic so I have learned a lot about insulin. I agree that "Clean eating" is the best, coupled with exercise. I believe all the processed foods are a big contributor to obesity.
I've read quite a bit about this and really makes sense.
I have tried it and it's not easy to do this, but does make you feel better.
It makes total sense and is how I eat. I do notice if I eat carbs weight come on quickly though. Double edge sword.
I found that gluten is the culprit in my diet and avoid it now. Feel so much better.
Very informative post. I have never tried Atkins but it sounds like an effective method.
Very interesting post! I remember when I was working in an office and everyone was doing the Akins diet and I always thought it was so unhealthy with all of the meat they were eating, but your article puts this into perspective:)
It is good to know that there are many alternative to weight loss.
I think Atkins only got half the story right. Here is a quote from a fully raw website that I follow "With respect to Dr. Atkins, his thesis missed the mark. His first error was that he failed to distinguish between the two types of carbohydrates: simple and complex. Fruit is a simple carbohydrate from a whole food source, and cooked grains such as bread, rice, pasta, and cereals are complex carbohydrates. Simple carbohydrates are easily digested, and their sugars are readily absorbed by the cells of the body for use as fuel. Complex carbohydrates are more difficult to digest, require substantial amounts of energy in the conversion to sugar, and are denatured by the cooking process, making them difficult for the body to assimilate and creating toxic byproducts. In short, they are fattening and unhealthy. By eliminating nearly all carbohydrates from the diet, Dr. Atkins ensured that the fat villain, complex carbohydrates, would not be available, and the followers of his diet would, in fact, lose weight. The problem however, is that he threw the proverbial baby out with the bath water by removing simple carbohydrates from the diet, as well."
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