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What to Expect


Reduce Body Fat

When carbohydrate intake is limited, the body may enter a state called ketosis. In ketosis, the body relies on ketones, which are produced from the breakdown of fats, as a primary source of energy. This shift from using carbohydrates to fats for energy can increase fat burning, contributing to a reduction in body fat.


Increase Lean Muscle Mass

Protein is composed of amino acids, which are the building blocks of muscles. Consuming a high amount of protein provides the body with an abundance of amino acids, promoting muscle protein synthesis (MPS). MPS is the process by which the body builds new muscle protein, contributing to muscle growth and repair.


Reduce Blood Sugar

The primary feature of low-carb diets is a significant reduction in the intake of carbohydrates, particularly refined carbohydrates and sugars. This leads to a lower influx of glucose into the bloodstream, helping to prevent spikes in blood sugar levels.


Appetite Regulation

Low-carb diets often lead to increased satiety and reduced hunger. Protein and fat-rich foods, which are staples of low-carb diets, tend to be more filling than high-carb foods. This can result in lower overall calorie intake, making it easier for individuals to maintain a caloric deficit necessary for fat loss.


Improve Insulin Control

Carbohydrates, especially refined carbohydrates, can cause spikes in blood sugar levels, leading to increased insulin secretion. Insulin is a hormone that promotes the storage of excess glucose as fat. By reducing carbohydrate intake, insulin levels tend to stabilize, which may help the body burn stored fat for energy instead of storing it.


Metabolic Advantage

Some studies suggest that low-carb diets may have a metabolic advantage, meaning they could increase the number of calories the body burns at rest. This effect might be related to the increased energy expenditure associated with the conversion of fat into ketones.


Lower Blood Pressure

One of the primary factors influencing blood pressure is body weight. Low-carb diets, especially when combined with caloric restriction, can lead to weight loss. As individuals lose excess body fat, there is often a corresponding decrease in blood pressure.


Improve Cholesterol

Low-carb diets may lead to improvements in blood lipid profiles, including increased levels of HDL (good) cholesterol and a reduction in triglycerides. This is often associated with a healthier cardiovascular profile and may be indicative of improved metabolic health.


Increase Energy

Low-carb diets improve mental clarity and focus. It is suggested that the stable supply of energy to the brain from ketones may contribute to enhanced cognitive function.


Reduced Inflammation

Chronic inflammation is associated with fatigue and reduced energy levels. Certain low-carb diets, particularly those focused on whole, unprocessed foods, may have anti-inflammatory effects. By reducing inflammation, these diets may contribute to improved energy levels.


Meet Meghan

Fitness Goal: To lose weight

"I literally have no time to go shopping or cook for myself. So my solution was to have weight loss meals delivered to me. It simplified my life. Just a few minutes in the microwave and I know I have a delicious meal that will keep me healthy and lean."

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