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July 5, 2012

It is easier to lose weight, than to maintain weight loss. That is why most popular diets have now been tested to find the one, which is more successful at keeping the weight down. And here is the surprise. Neither the popular low-fat diet, nor Atkinson could beat a good carbohydrates diet at maintaining ideal weight.

Carbohydrates have been villainised by the nutritionists for years, so while on a diet, we tend to eliminate them altogether. But the study has proven there is no need for that. You should certainly avoid sweets, white flour and highly processed carbohydrates, which dramatically increase insulin level and harm not only your figure, but also your health. On the other hand, less processed grains, fruits, vegetables and nuts, that still contain carbohydrates provide a balanced diet and, as scientists shown, substantially improve your chances to retain ideal weight.

Last but not least, there seems to be another advantage in consuming good carbohydrates while dieting. Since they manipulate your mood many good weight loss intentions turn sour simply because dieting makes you miserable. That is why next time you try to maintain ideal weight bear in mind: stop counting all those calories and rather plan your strategy around good carbohydrates. They do the trick and keep your spirit up.

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  1. Collin Villafana permalink

    Dieting can be downright difficult, especially if your diet includes foods you don’t particularly enjoy. After all, how much cabbage soup can a person stand? The good news is that there are thousands of diet foods that are healthy, taste great, and can help you stick to your weight loss plan. Visit any grocery store to witness the explosion of lower-calorie, lower-fat, or portion-controlled options.,

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