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Does a Low Carbohydrate Diet Work For Weight Loss?

A lot of people seem to think it does, just like a lot of people think breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Well, both beliefs are pretty much wrong or at least inaccurately stated, so yes…they are wrong.

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I’ll address the latter theory. I pointed out towards the end of this article, but for now, since I am quite sure you may be reading this to see about using a low carb diet for weight loss, let’s address that now.

Folks, when most people go on a diet or fitness regimen in the aim of losing weight or building muscle mass, what they are usually instructed to do is to eat lots of protein and go on a low carbohydrate diet to accomplish either of the goals.

The first of the many times I heard this, I had to wonder: “How is it that you can use the same diet that is suggested for weight loss for building muscle mass?”

Suffice it to say that we all know we need a certain amount of protein everyday to remain healthy and based on misinformation to this effect, it seems several people view the daily consumption of a high-protein diet as beneficial for weight loss.

However, I have seen several people try it and fail, and even became sicker for the process.

Exactly why that may be the case may lay in the fact that according to the French Hygienist, Albert Mosseri, diseases and conditions which can be caused or aggravated by too much protein intake include: Leukemia, Skin Diseases and even Cancer.

To corroborate that finding, the author of Diet for a New America, John Robbins states that the number of people in the US suffering from diseases caused by protein excess is a mind-boggling

40,000,000 compared to a measly 3 people suffering from the deficiency of this substance.

That said, I think it’s safe to say that it may be time to change or at least review our ideas on the amount of protein needed for consumption.

To go about this, here are some more factors on why a Low Carbohydrate Diet may be unnecessary and even detrimental to one’s health.

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1. The animals and their by-products which are consumed for protein are exclusively vegetarian.

2. It’s safe to say that 98% of the human population is sweet toothed; most proteins in their unrefined states are NOT sweet! That considered, it would be safe to say that carbohydrates must be our main need contrary to popular belief.

3. The great apes and other primates who we obviously are quite similar to genetically are primarily fruit eaters.

4. It’s been scientifically proven that mother’s milk is about 2% protein, now if this is the ideal of a growing baby for the first 3 years; of course it shows the minimal need of it.

5. Research conducted by pioneers of the mucus-less diet and the resulting master cleanser have stated that the need of protein for the human body is about a nickel’s weight worth, the excess is basically excreted in urine.

6. There are many people who subsists on fruits and green leaves exclusively or starchy root vegetables, fruits and leaves only and are in top shape. Even in this same category, for those who do eat meat, it’s truly about the size of an average male’s thumb! Most of these people do not drink milk and probably have never seen cheese. I would know, I grew up in Nigeria and dare I say most of those people are in way much better shape than most Americans.

7. People have fasted on water or juice of exclusive fruit diets only for several weeks and were actually stronger for the process!

8. Fruits and green leaves give you sufficient protein: e.g. the Banana, Dates, Avocadoes, Olives, Cabbage, Lettuce, Durian, Young Coconuts and even the Apple. Exactly or a little more than what you need at a given time.

9. Research has been done on the diet of the aboriginal tribes living in the Mountains of Hagen. Reportedly, their diet consisted of 80 % Sweet potatoes. The rest consisted of fruits and green leaf vegetables. An analysis of their diet revealed that their daily consumption of protein was around 9.92 g. However, upon testing the waste in their fecal matter, it was discovered that its protein content was around 15 times more of what was ingested.

Just how could that be so?

Well, according to research culled from practitioners of the lemonade diet, the need for amino acids is highly exaggerated as only 16% or our body is Protein.

-If you have taken a chemistry or biology class, you would know that protein is basically Nitrogen with some Oxygen and Hydrogen and Carbon.

-Now, a large share of our Oxygen and Hydrogen needs come from the air, so since we are able draw and absorb a large amount of our needs of these items from pure air, wouldn’t it be safe to say that the same can be done by our bodies for Nitrogen? Yes, and this process is done by natural bacteria action that is capable of converting it to our use.

All of these points considered, yes, definitely cutting back on the ‘wrong’ kinds of Carbohydrates processed and junk food will be mandatory for weight-loss, however replacing them not with healthier energy giving foods but with high protein ones doesn’t really do that much good and is just as harmful.

(SO WHAT’S BELOW IS NOT RECOMMENDED: )

So, I would suggest a diet consisting of plenty of seasonal, organic or safe-conventional fruits, root and leafy vegetables and perhaps some whole grains like Brown Basmati Rice, Quinoa, Amaranth and Wheat should be your choice for a healthy diet.

Now, about breakfast and why it is an unhealthy practice, briefly friends, our system goes through a cleansing process from 12 midnight until 12 noon, and a building program during the remaining twelve hours. So, it has been suggested that what is eaten during these respective periods must be in agreement with the natural processes. So for ‘breakfast’, 2 lemons squeezed in 2 quarts of filtered room temperature water will suffice.

To health,

Foras Aje

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