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what's the difference between a low carb diet vs a high carb diet. which one would be more beneficial to someone looking to reduce their body fat ?

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Dr. Bradford Romans
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Low carb: Has been shown to be effective in wt loss.Simple carbs, often from processed foods, are just long chains of sugars, absorbed rapidly, causing spikes in blood sugar and insulin.You may look into the " glycemic index".
Answered on Jun 9, 2016
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