Should you go on a high carb diet, low carb diet, a slow-carb or even a zero carb diet?
I understand how confusing it can be when you are trying to balance your hormones, gut health and other challenges and there are this seemingly endless amount of dietary options available out there.
Maybe you have read about a high carb diet and a low carb diet, including Keto diet.
Perhaps you are dealing with a hormonal imbalance or gut problems that are undermining your health and you just need clarity on what diet and lifestyle can help you get your health back on track.
Now, I think it goes without saying that the eating of processed foods like cookies, cakes, sticky donuts, pizzas, or soda drinks, for example, are not the kinds of foods you should be eating if you want real health. Period.
So this leaves us with whole foods.
But then you’re left with endless options. High carb diet, high carb vegan diet, Paleo low carb diet, or a keto high-fat diet or even a slow-carb diet or zero carb diet?
What’s the difference?
Well basically if you go, Keto, low carb, zero carbs, or slow-carb you are going to be eating lots and lots of fat and minimal or zero carbs.
Going Paleo will also mean eating plenty of fat, especially saturated fat, and limiting carbohydrate intake.
The problem is that many diets can actively damage your health.
See the video to discover more.
High Carb Diet Vs Low Carb Diet
For example, there are plenty of people out there and some of them we have coached back to health and got great high carb diet results where they were previously on a high-fat diet and their health suffered because of it.
They developed digestive problems, their energy levels went downhill, blood pressure increased, their bad LDL cholesterol levels went up, their unpleasant PMS remained the same or got worse, they struggled with huge cravings for sweet foods and weren’t even enjoying the food they were eating and the list goes on …
High-fat diets have been shown in science to negatively impact your hormonal balance and in particular your thyroid gland.
Research has shown us that going high fat can affect the thyroid gland by:
• A drop in metabolic rate and energy production (1)
• Causing a fall in the active thyroid T3 thyroid hormone (2)
• Raising the thyroid blocking Reverse T3 hormone levels (2)
So in today’s video, I am going to go explain whether going high carb, low carb, slow-carb, or zero carbs is the best dietary approach for you to follow and why!
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