What once was old, now is new. In the "70s, the low-carb craze made its debut but eventually fizzled out under fire from critics who deemed the program a health risk. But over the last decade, low-carb diets have returned to the diet scene in full force and they've come backed by scientific proof that lends... Read More
Protein Power is another example of a weight-loss program that jumps on the low-carb bandwagon. This diet simply espouses the virtues of low-carb living. Dr. Michael and Mary Eades founded this "adequate protein diet" that asserts that insulin is the main contributor to obesity.
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By Bob Held
There are 17 million diabetics in the United States and 80 million more who are in some stage of insulin resistance. A diet high in carbohydrates and lack of nutrition are the two main factors in creating insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is a "pre-diabetic" condition, which, when it gets extreme,... Read More