Saturday, March 26, 2016

Low Carb Infographic: 6-Step Start

What does starting a low carb diet really mean? Starting low carb means reducing the sugars and starches in your diet, then replacing them with healthy sources of veggies, protein and fat.

How to start a low carb diet
Low carb promises and simple science
Low carb diet infographic
Starting low carb lets all your creamy, buttery, bacony dreams come true. Low carb promises, a little simple science and the steps to start.
Low Carb Keeps Its Promises

Soon your skin will improve, you’ll look great and you’ll feel younger.

Low Carbers eat delicious high fat foods, but continue to lose stored body fat. How is this possible? That’s where the science behind the low carb diet comes into play.

Low Carb Science

When you start a low carb diet and decrease the carbs (sugars and starches), your metabolism changes.

You won’t have sugar available to burn for energy.

Instead, your body uses stored body fat, and the fat you’re eating.

When the body uses fat for energy, you are “in ketosis.” Ketosis burns body fat rapidly while giving a boost of added energy.

How Do You Start a Low Carb Diet?

1. Find the Carbs

First, learn to read food labels (Food companies use tricks – watch out!) and find the REAL amount of carbs in what you’re eating.

2. Choose Low Carb Foods

Check out low carb food lists and see the hundreds of delicious choices you have. You’ll be surprised.

3. Prep Your Pantry and Kitchen

It’s time to clean house and deal with all the dangerous foods hiding there. Then head to the store, armed with a fool-proof low carb grocery store strategy in hand.

4. Practice Meal Planning

Plan a week or two of meals and snacks in advance. This will take the guesswork out of what to eat while you give yourself time to adjust to your new way of eating.

5. Order a Free Atkins Quick Start Kit

Atkins has a great free low carb starter kit with free full size meal bars, carb counter, meal planner, tips, discounts and more!

It’s really free, with no shipping fees – just tell them where to send the free samples and coupons!

6. Get Great Low Carb Support

Starting low carb is safe for healthy adults, but it’s always a good idea to check with your physician if you have any special health conditions.

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