Utsav Agrawal

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High Carb Vs High Fat Diet

Dieting Psychology
This is a hot debate these days, even professional promoting one or the other dieting approach. High-fat dieters brag about low insulin levels whereas high carb dieters brag about the inclusion of wholesome grains So in reality which diet is superior?

The straightforward answer is no dieting approach is better than another. For fat loss to happen you need to be in a calorie deficit and when you equate protein and total calories, it does not matter you are following a high carb or high-fat diet. According to one study, 17 obese men were given a baseline high carb diet for 4 weeks followed by 4 weeks ketogenic diet. In conclusion, there was no difference in body weight loss between high carb dieting period and high-fat dieting period. Takeaway- Don't get influenced by the commercials or so-called "fitness experts" who are promoting just one approach to fat loss. Choosing the dieting approach should be based on of what food items you can sustain on and follow it for a longer period. As long as you are creating a caloric deficit you will lose References - 1.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/27385608/ #fittr #fitness

Ronak Toshniwal

looking for this thanks mentors 😊

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