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A Review on Low-Carbohydrate Diet and Women’s Health

@inproceedings{Udaya2016ARO,
  title={A Review on Low-Carbohydrate Diet and Women’s Health},
  author={B Udaya},
  year={2016}
}
low-carbohydrate eating regimens can bring about weight reduction and enhance metabolic wellbeing. There is some proof that a low-sugar eating routine may help individuals get more fit more rapidly than a low-fat eating regimen and may help them keep up that weight reduction. While low-carbohydrate weight control plans are frequently characterized by the supreme measure of sugar admission, normally under 70 g for each day, different levels of dietary carbohydrate are generally characterized in… 

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The effects of a strict low-carbohydrate diet, which included the diet supplements recommended by Dr. Atkins, on energy intake and expenditure, body weight and body water, glucose metabolism, and insulin sensitivity in obese patients with type 2 diabetes in the controlled environment of a clinical research center are determined.
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Severely obese subjects with a high prevalence of diabetes or the metabolic syndrome lost more weight during six months on a carbohydrate- restricted diet than on a calorie- and fat-restricted diet, with a relative improvement in insulin sensitivity and triglyceride levels, even after adjustment for the amount of weight lost.
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