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     Fitness Tips For 5/24/2006 

Cut Carbs To Lose Weight

More evidence that Moderating Carbohydrate Intake can lead to fat loss 

We've been saying and writing it for years, and an increasing body 
of clinical evidence supports what you should consider a basic principle 
of fat reduction: if you're in relatively good shape and you're looking 
to get leaner, then the best dietary change you should make is to 
moderate your carbohydrate intake and up your protein immediately. 

For some reason, people still don't want to understand and accept that 
dietary fat per-se is NOT the issue for most people who are active. It's 
the intake of excess carbohydrates that is largely responsible for 
adding adipose tissue to your body. Moderate the carbs and you'll drop 
the fat. 

Here's the evidence. In a recent study, two groups were monitored. Both 
groups consumed 30% of their daily calorie intake in fats. The only 
significant dietary difference was that one group consumed only 12% of 
their calories from protein (58% carbohydrates), while the other group 
consumed 25% protein (45% carbohydrates). 

Even with consistent fat intake and a relatively minor reduction in 
carbs (from 58% to 45%), the results were clear. After six months, the 
higher protein, lower carb group lost a full 50% more fat than the 
higher carb group. I would expect results to be even more dramatic if 
the carbohydrate intake was dropped down closer to 40%, as in the 
popular 40-30-30 fat loss programs. 

It’s important to realize that we’re not suggesting cutting out 
carbohydrates altogether—this is ultimately counter-productive—but 
rather a gradual reduction in carbs to balance out the diet. There’s
no doubt that most people, and Americans in particular, over-eat 
carbohydrates—in particular, heavily processed carbs and simple 

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