The benefits of a low-net-carb diet


In my last blog I wrote about the benefits of ditching carb-loading for high-fat/low-net-carb diet. Today I would like to speak a bit more about the benefits of low-net-carb diet.


There’s a lot of evidence that suggests that high-fat, low-net-carb diets are what people have been looking for in terms of dietary objectives. In addition to helping shed excess body fat it also improves metabolism, boost energy levels, lowering inflammation and promotes optimal health by maximising longevity in several ways.


An effective way to optimise your fat-burning system is to limit your net carbs intake (more about that in the following paragraph). Basically, net carbs are total carbs without fibre. There are two types of fibre: