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Fitness Tips For 12/28/2016
Is It Better To Eat Fat Or Carbs?
A recent study specifically on this question, asked "which
restrictions are more effective for fat-loss, restricting carbs or
fats"? Although there have been similar studies, the results from
this specific study that was done at Tulane University using 148
randomly assigned obese men and women demonstrates the general
consensus in all the studies.
The selection criteria also included to have no heart disease or any
sign of diabetes. These 148 volunteers where then divided into half
of them following a low-carb diet and the other half a low-fat diet.
After one year, the volunteers who had been eaten low-carb had lost
7.7lbs more than the volunteers that were eating less fat. The
low-carb people also showed greater decreases in their overall
body-fat percentages and other significant cardiovascular risk
Over the last five decades' dietary fat was demonized, but now we now
know it can be used to your advantage. For decades we've been told
the lie that to control calories in order to shed fat you need to cut
fat from the diet, because fat contains more calories than protein or
carbs. Bad nutritional guidance tells us that in order to lose fat,
you have to consume less of it, that is wrong.
Sports science can now prove conclusively that lowering your fat
intake doesn't mean you'll drop fat. Sports nutrition now tells us a
little fat will help make fat-loss more successful. The 3 points
listed below in support of carb reduction and not fat reduction:
No.1 Eating fat will displace eating carbs
When a dietitian or a nutritionist looks at your macronutrient
percentages in your diet, it all needs to add-up to 100%. When you
eat more of one nutrient it means your intake of some other
macronutrient has to decrease. Whatever you goal might be; fat loss,
muscle-hypertrophy, or performance improvement, first you need to
meet your specific protein needs, then you can adjust your fat and
your carb intake accordingly.
Eating fewer carbs means eating more fat and vice versa. When it
comes to fat-loss then displacing your carbohydrate intake by
increasing the fat in your diet will set the stage to create the
optimal fat-loss environment. Your insulin is the chief gatekeeper of
your body-fat because it will release insulin in proportion to how
many carbohydrates you eat.
Your nutrient partitioning, telling what nutrients need to go and
where they need to go is more effective when overall insulin levels
are lower. This is achieved by reducing the carbohydrates intake,
which allows your body to readily access fat from your own stores for
energy, while allowing some fat to enter to fuel your muscles.
No.2 Eating fat will enhance the body's ability to burn fat
The truth is that your body will hold on to fat if your dietary fat
intake is too low. But if you include healthy fats in you diet and
restrict carbs you will burn fat faster.
No.3 Eating fat will make you want to eat less
Fat makes you feel satisfied, while carbs can actually make you more
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