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Low Carb vs No Carb Diet
There are a couple of major dietary styles involving carbohydrates
– the low carb and the no carb diets.
Some people use a no-carb approach to get quick fat loss results.
And you do get quick results by tossing out all your carbs. However,
there are a couple of major issues with the no-carb diet – training
Without carbs for fuel, your workouts are going to turn out to be
below par. In fact, far below par because carbs are the main fuel
source for a strong workout. Get rid of all the carbs and you can't
really train with much output.
The second issue is maintaining. You simply can't stay on a no-carb
diet very long at all. Your body was not designed to run on a no-carb
diet and after awhile it will rebel and the wheels will start to fall
off this dietary approach. So while a no-carb diet can bring about
some short term results, it is not a diet to depend on for the long
On the other hand a low carb diet may not have as quick of results as
the no-carb diet, but it will bring solid results over time. And you
can tailor it to allow you to get enough carbs on workout days to
fuel your training and then cut back more on non-workout days to trim
more fat off your body.
The low carb diet thus allows you to both get in your training with
enough fuel and to maintain the low-carb dietary approach for much
longer time periods than the no-carb approach.
The low carb diet is a far better choice.
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