You have probably heard that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” more times than you could ever count. This mantra often came from the most reputable sources you had as a child: your parents, grandparents, and teachers.
NEW STUDY: Reduced carb diet beats conventional diabetes diet
In 2019, a conventional diabetes diet — providing between 60–90 grams of carbs at meals and 15–30 grams of carbs at snacks — is no longer considered state-of-the-art.
Studies show that low carb diets result in weight loss and improved health markers, and just about everyone knows someone who has successfully tried it. There’s not even any need to count calories or use special products. So why is it still controversial?
Are you struggling while starting out on a low-carb or keto diet? Do you get headaches, leg cramps, constipation or any of the other more common low-carb and KETO side effects? Use the information on this page to avoid them – and feel great while losing weight.