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Low Carb High Protein Japanese Food
See below: Meat, eggs fish, cheese at times, poultry. To start. You can find information at www. Weighstation. Net see newsletters and dietitian. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Avoid simple sugars: Avoid soft drinks, table sugar, bread, pasta, starches, ice cream, anything with high fructose corn syrup. Eat vegetables, salads, beans, whole fruits with low sugar contents, chicken, fish and lean meat. Keep in mind that a can of beer has about 13 grams of sugar and drinking a few can take the low out of your low carb diet. ...Read more
Most vegetables!: They are not macronutrient dense! Broccoli, cauliflower, greens, brussle sprouts, cabbage, lettuce. Does not apply to onions, nuts, fruits, carrots. ...Read more
Why do some people's bodies need low-carb, high protein/fat diets while others require high-carb low-fat?
I have been doing a paleo lifestyle for the past 2 months with good success. What are the risks of a diet like this? (low carb, high protein, organic)
HIgh protein Diet: None as long as there is some balance. You do need fats and some carbs and lots of good fluids. This is a very sound and scientifically sound way to eat. ...Read more
1.5 hrs after low carb/high protein dinner my gluc level was 57 (checked 3 times). Few minutes later consistently 81. I felt fine. Error in machine?
Test: Error possible but most lab testing devices are going to have a range of values even with a standardized sample. If you felt fine since all the values were fine, be happy. If you have a standard to test against you could try that to check the machine. ...Read more
I am an endomorph & follow a low carb high protein diet, why is it that I still gain weight if my carb sources come from grains (eg wholemeal bread)?
I'm beginning a lifestyle change with a low carb high protein for improved fitness and weight loss. What is a good sweetener, for say plain yogurt?
Need to lose weight:
In a healthy way
monitored by nutritionist, md. ...Read more
Depends: It depends where the protein is coming from. If from meats, then yes - heart disease, high cholesterol, kidney disease, liver disease, high blood pressure, etc. If from beans, legumes, veggies, soy, then far far less likely. And absolutely no increased cholesterol since that's only in animal products - meat, dairy, fish, eggs, animal fats/oils. ...Read more
Dr. Atkins: Not according to Dr. Atkins.Get a more detailed answer ›
Read this wiki
en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/low-carbohydrate_diet.
I eat a high protein low-carb (virtually no carb) diet, could this contribute to my constipation?
Probably okay: I don't know of any contraindications to high protein, low carb diet in nf type 1 or 2. However, still trust the advice of your neurologist, and of course be sure you don't have any other health conditions that could contraindicate this diet (liver disease, e.g.). Enjoy your healthy lifestyle, and good luck! ...Read more
If I have to find, in the stores, high protein / low carb snacks, are there other things besides the usual turkey jerky or buffalo jerky?
130 lbs. Starting diet for muscle growth of 140-160g carbs, 160-180g protein, 40-60g fat. High protein but not low carb, right? Any health concerns?
See dietician: I would seek the counsel of a registered dietician and your primary care md. Good luck! ...Read more
Some ideas: Salad with meat, chicken or fish, vegetable stir fry with chicken or nuts, spinach omelet. ...Read more
Is it okay to go on a low-carb and high protein diet, with 1 hour of physical activity, to lose weight and be healthy?
Won't harm: Low carb, high protein diets are the basis of several diets such as atkin's diet. It is important to note that the key to weight is not losing weight but maintaining as close to ideal weight as possible over time. Significant changes in diet that can not be sustained over the years is likely to lead to a weight loss/weight gain roller coaster that is not conducive to good health. ...Read more
Not entirely: The high salt would cause fluid retention in persons with heart or kidney disease. If healthy, you should not develop edema with this diet. It is important to note that high protein diet is not sure to be safe for kidneys for the long haul i. E. A year or more. If you have fluid retention, you need to have your kidneys and heart evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
At what point in time would an anorexic regain her period? BMI at 18.2. Originally weight at 18.7. Is low carb, high fat and protein diet beneficial?
BMI 18: I can't answer your question about periods, but a BMI of 18 is normal (18-25) and a low carb, high fat, protein diet perfectly okay. You should be trying to match your caloric need to your calories consumed. For example, if you're 5 feet, 5 inches (165 cm), at 18, your estimated caloric need is roughly 1600 to 1800 calories a day. Aim for that. ...Read more
I've been gaining weight on a low carb (w veggies) high fat n protein diet (alot of nuts) but my periods r nt cmg bk? Lost it @ bmi of 18.8. Now 18.2.
Amenorrhea: Being underweight is known cause of amenorrhea or lack of menses. Normal body mass index is 18.5-24.9. If you "lost" your menses at BMI 18.8 and now have BMI 18.2, then you're losing weight, not gaining, assuming your height hasn't increased. You might have to gain even more weight before you start menstruating regularly again. This also assumes that you haven't engaged in unprotected sex. ...Read more
1 big apple has 25g carbs. I'm on a high protein low carb diet (exercising EVERY day).So is it bad to eat the apple then bec its 0.5 daily carb intake??
It's ok: Generally, it's fine to eat an apple. 25g of carbs is only about 100 calories, which is very little. If you drink the normal amount of room temperature water recommended for someone your age and size, you'll burn off at least 100 calories. 25g of carbs is probably not enough to stop the ketosis caused by high protein diets. ...Read more
im a bodybuilder, low carb diet makes me angry, I want high carb low fat diet instead (high proteins). will a low fat diet affect my testosterone?
Here are some. ..: What is your goal for bodybuilding - making a living or just to show who you 're? Nothing is free but always comes with a price. Also, realize: overindulgence and obsession are a pair of most common chronic killers of life, yet least mentioned. With these in mind, you can figure out what you should do for the future. Realistically, seek timely professional counseling and do T-testing as needed. .. ...Read more
I lift weights 5/week cardio 3/week. High fat high protein low carb diet, will soy supplement significantly affect my muscle growth (testosterone)?
I have pre-diabetes (a1c 5.8) and possibly chronic pancreatitis (seen in EUS). How can I gain weight? Low fat, low carb high protein? Kidneys are fine
You're right: High protein, low carb, low fat diet is good for most people. See a dietician of you want more specific advice. However, another question is why you are having a problem with underweight. If chronic pancreatic disease is impairing fat absorption, that can cause weight loss. Stool studies can help determine this. ...Read more
Depends: To improve cholesterol, it is eating lean protein (not fatty parts) and low glycemic. Ldl is increased with alot of animal fat (meat and dairy sources) as well as refined carbs. Triglycerides are definitely related to carbs and can be improved using fish oil 2 grams. Hdl is much harder but Niacin is worth a shot, changing to a plant based diet and cardio as well as hrt if you are a candidate. ...Read more
Consider a high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet, such as the Atkins diet. What effects does this diet have on the liver?
Work.: The liver is a truly amazing organ. That we can abuse it with all the bad things we do and it keeps chugging along is remarkable. A healthy liver can handle the high fat&protein atkins diet is proof. But what happens after you quit the diet? Most of my patients have gained all plus some after the diet. Best "diet" for weight loss is weight watchers, followed by continued calorie restriction& exercise! ...Read more
What are your goals?: Low carb protein shake can be a convenient way to get some post workout nutrition, but shouldn't replace real food all the time. Stick with whey protein rather than soy sources. If your goal is to gain weight, then add more protein to your diet including supplementing with protein shakes. If trying to lose weight, then be careful with how much you are supplementing your diet. ...Read more