4 Reasons For NOT Going On A Low-Carb Diet And Why They Are Completely Invalid

Filed under: Health — @ December 30, 2009


Are the questions and concerns about low-carb diets legitimate?

Engaging people on the subject of low-carb diets is the heartbeat of everything that I am doing these days and will continue to do for many years to come. Whether it is on my blog, iTunes podcast, YouTube videos, and elsewhere online or in speaking with people face-to-face, my passion remains strong for sharing with everyone I know about the incredible health benefits of livin’ la vida low-carb. Nobody will ever convince me that eating a high-whole grain, low-fat diet is ever gonna be good for my body again.

One of the places where enjoy I hearing from people who don’t necessarily buy into the low-carb message is on the discussion boards at Amazon.com. I’ve blogged about how the thread I created a few years back about low-carb diets has heated up from time to time, including when vegan diet proponent T. Colin Campbell showed up to express his disdain for the low-carb lifestyle. When I created that thread in 2006, I had no idea there would be such a lively interaction with people but I’m glad there has been.

It provides opportunities for learning about what low-carb is REALLY about without all the innuendo and misinformation that tends to dominate media headlines and out of the mouths of the so-called health “experts.” One person recently commented on his thoughts about low-carb diets and he shared four areas of concern that he just couldn’t wrap his head around.

Click here to read this person’s top four complaints about low-carb diets and my specific response to each one of his concerns.

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