The No-Carb Diet: Surely This Isn’t A Good Idea?
Our experts weigh in on the risks and roadblocks of completely eliminating carbs from your diet.
You probably know that if you’re trying to shed a few pounds, chowing down on pasta and white bread sarnies isn’t exactly the best idea. But is it smart to cut out carbohydrates completely? Probably not.
No-carb and low-carb diets have been around for decades, but they’ve recently seen a resurgence with celebrities touting their fat-busting abilities. Sharon Osbourne is a long-time follower of the Atkins Diet, and Kim Kardashian credits Atkins for her post-baby weight loss.
But there’s a distinct difference between low-carb and no-carb diets.
According to our health experts, following a strict no-carb diet may help you lose weight initially. But it’s not sustainable – or healthy – for the long run.
What are the rules of a no-carb diet?
It may sound nice to eat scrambled eggs and bacon with abandon – but following a no-carb diet is harder than you might think.
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