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LOW CARB FOOD PYRAMID
This illustration give you a general idea of how much of which
foods to eat, but the exact amounts will vary per person.
In particular, each individual needs to zero in on their own
optimal carbohydrate level.
This board is about all things Low-Carb -- This board is not a source of medical advice.
Those wanting to start down the low-carb path to good health and weight loss are bombarded by choices. Low-carbohydrate diets are everywhere with everyone from Suzanne Somers to Spice Girl Geri Halliwell promoting them. There are books, commercials, infommercials, newspaper and magazine articles, TV interviews, and packaged foods.
Should you use South Beach, Atkins, Carbohydrate Addicts, Protein Power, SugarBusters, Somersizing, or Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution? They're all low-carb diets, but not all low-carbohydrate plans are created equal. In fact, they vary wildly in style, rules, and goals.
Hopefully reading this board will help you take the very first step: Picking the right plan for you.
Carbohydrate Addict's Diet:
Eat Yourself Slim:
Fat Flush Plan:
Life Without Bread:
Specific Carbohydrate Diet:
Stone Age Diet:
The Diet Cure:
The Ketogenic Diet:
The South Beach Diet:
The Zone Diet:
Your Fat Can Make You Thin:
Diets and low carbohydrate diet resources are provided for information purposes. NOT as medical advice.
Any comments on this board should in no way substitute the need for Readers to consult their doctors on their dietary choices.
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