Low-carb and high-carb diets have similar effects on hunger

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Do low-carb diets reduce appetite more than low-fat diets? A new study suggests the answer is no. How do we reconcile that with other studies that say the opposite?

Let’s get into the details. 84 overweight subjects with diabetes were randomized to a diet with 14% of energy from carbs (labeled as less than 50 grams per day) or a diet with 53% of energy from carbs. Both diets were designed to create a 500-1,000 kcal deficit. Researchers limited both diets to less than 10% saturated fats. By default, that likely means a high proportion of the fat in the low-carb diet came from oils rather than whole foods which would contain more saturated fats (like meat, eggs, chicken, dairy). read more

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Halle Berry’s Abs Are INSANE! See How She Got Them!

Halle Berry has actually constantly remained in fantastic shape. She truly pressed it to the limitation just recently!

The John Wick Chapter 3 star required to Instagram to share the outcomes when she struck her newest physical fitness objective — — a definitely shredded set of abs!

Photos: Halle Berry And Other Celebs Doing The Keto Diet

See the hot six-pack (listed below)!

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So how did Halle get so strong?

The 53-year-old remains in training for film called Bruised, which she is likewise directing, in which she plays a blended martial arts fighter. read more

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The hottest diet of 2019 is the one where you don’t diet

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What if the secret to dieting is not to diet at all?

That’s the premise of several “dieting” books that have hit the shelves in 2019. Caroline Dooner’s bestselling The F*ck It Diet, Laura Thomas’s Just Eat It, Jenna Hollenstein’s Eat to Love, and celebrated Food Psych podcast host Christy Harrison’s forthcoming Anti-Diet all boast bright, simple covers and carry similar messages: that diets are damaging and even toxic to our bodies and minds, and that if we really want to take back ownership of our bodies, the only way out is to dispose of dieting altogether. The answer, according to these authors, is something called intuitive eating. And you don’t need a health shake, a meal plan, a fitness routine, or even a calorie-counting app to make it work. You simply need to listen to your body’s own natural hunger and fullness cues. read more

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