Why a Low-Carb Lifestyle?

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What are the Lifestyle Benefits?

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 What to Expect in the Transition?

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Why a Low-Carb Lifestyle?

Over the past 50 years we’ve seen an explosion in chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, IBS, heart disease, as well as major depression and anxiety disorders…

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What are the Lifestyle Benefits?

At its most simplistic form, Low-Carb (LC) lifestyles, limit carbohydrate consumption of foods containing grains, starchy vegetables, some fruits, and many processed foods… 

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 What to Expect in the Transition?

Like any change, there are some common, transitionary, temporary symptoms to be aware of. Just note this is normal. Here’s why, and here’s what to do about it… 

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EVERY-DAY FAT OXIDATION

TRANSFORM

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BREAKFAST 3 WAYS

KETO 3

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GRAB AND GO

LIFE BARS

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GO PRIME YOUR MOJO

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RECOVER FASTER

REVIVAL

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WHY A LOW-CARB LIFESTYLE?

Over the past 50 years we’ve seen an explosion in chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, IBS, heart disease, as well as major depression and anxiety disorders. If you’re struggling with one or several of the above conditions and you’ve tried every diet out there, you’re not alone! Please take a minute to read though the information below. What you learn could put you on the path to completely changing your life.

The human body is like a supercomputer; it needs the correct input to give the correct output. Carbohydrates were an extremely small part of the diet for the majority of human evolution. Humans living in artic climates could go years without consuming any plant material. Prehistoric fruits and vegetables were much smaller and had less sugar and carbohydrate content than today’s varieties. 

Historically, we subsisted on mostly fresh meat, organs, and fat. Chronic disease was virtually nonexistent.In 1980 the “nutrition” guidelines were released. These guidelines encouraged us to eat more whole grains (cereals, breads, pastas, rice), fruits and vegetables. The guidelines went on to encourage us to reduce our intake of meat and saturated fats, such as butter, tallow, lard, and whole fat dairy products. We were told we needed to limit the very foods that had supported our health and nourished our bodies for centuries. 

Could there we a connection between our increase in carbohydrates, decrease in animal fat and protein, and the sharp decline in our physical and mental health?

WHY A LOW-CARB LIFESTYLE?

Over the past 50 years we’ve seen an explosion in chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, IBS, heart disease, as well as major depression and anxiety disorders. If you’re struggling with one or several of the above conditions and you’ve tried every diet out there, you’re not alone! Please take a minute to read though the information below. What you learn could put you on the path to completely changing your life.

The human body is like a supercomputer; it needs the correct input to give the correct output. Carbohydrates were an extremely small part of the diet for the majority of human evolution. Humans living in artic climates could go years without consuming any plant material. Prehistoric fruits and vegetables were much smaller and had less sugar and carbohydrate content than today’s varieties. 

Historically, we subsisted on mostly fresh meat, organs, and fat. Chronic disease was virtually nonexistent.In 1980 the “nutrition” guidelines were released. These guidelines encouraged us to eat more whole grains (cereals, breads, pastas, rice), fruits and vegetables. The guidelines went on to encourage us to reduce our intake of meat and saturated fats, such as butter, tallow, lard, and whole fat dairy products. We were told we needed to limit the very foods that had supported our health and nourished our bodies for centuries. 

Could there we a connection between our increase in carbohydrates, decrease in animal fat and protein, and the sharp decline in our physical and mental health?

WHAT ARE THE LIFESTYLE BENEFITS?

At its most simplistic form, Low-Carb (LC) lifestyles, limit carbohydrate consumption of foods containing grains, starchy vegetables, some fruits, and many processed foods. The lifestyle focuses more on healthy fats (HF) and protein-based foods like meats and dairy.  

WHAT ARE THE LIFESTYLE BENEFITS?

At its most simplistic form, Low-Carb (LC) lifestyles, limit carbohydrate consumption of foods containing grains, starchy vegetables, some fruits, and many processed foods. The lifestyle focuses more on healthy fats (HF) and protein-based foods like meats and dairy.  

Sustainable Weight Loss

No need to calorie count or restrict food. Get ready to lose weight for good.

Consistent Steady Energy Levels

Say goodbye to that afternoon energy slum.

Appetite Control

No more feeling, hungry, hangry or deprived. 

Vastly Improved Mental Health

Stable improved mood, reduced anxiety and better cognitive function.

Improved sweet/food cravings

Start stabilizing those blood sugars and gain control.

Type2 Diabetes

A low carb diet can improve and even reverse type 2 diabetes.

Sustainable Weight Loss

No need to calorie count or restrict food. Get ready to lose weight for good.

Consistent Steady Energy Levels

Say goodbye to that afternoon energy slum.

Appetite Control

No more feeling, hungry, hangry or deprived. 

Vastly Improved Mental Health

Stable improved mood, reduced anxiety and better cognitive function.

Improved sweet/food cravings

Start stabilizing those blood sugars and gain control.

Type2 Diabetes

A low carb diet can improve and even reverse type 2 diabetes.

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE TRANSITION?

Like any change, there are some common, transitionary, temporary symptoms to be aware of in transitioning to a Low-carb lifestyle. Just note this is normal. Here’s what to expect, whats actually happening - and here’s what to do about it -

Your body’s systems have been fed a constant stream of carbohydrates and sugars for years. Your gut, brain, liver, muscle’s power plants (mitochondria), and your adrenal glands have all been dependent on this sugar stream. So, when the sugar stream changes, these systems become temporarily distressed. Your body is changing from burning sugar for fuel to burning fat for fuel. This is ultimately an excellent thing for your physical and mental health, but it does cause a temporary stress on your metabolic system.

Temporary Tiredness and Cravings

Depending on the speed of shifting to a low-carb diet, you may experience fatigue and possibly a heightened desire for sugar. These symptoms generally settle within 1-2 weeks as your body begins to be supported and satisfied by fats for fuel, and reduces its desire and dependency on refined carbohydrates. 

Temporary Fluid Loss (Salt and Water)

Reduction in Carbohydrates will mean less insulin requirements and therefore less sodium production from the pancreas.

 This will cause increased excretion of salt from the body along with fluid. Furthermore, as you eliminate processed foods, you will be consuming less salt/sodium. Some may experience headaches, dizziness, and fatigue (also known as the Keto Flu) from day 4-7 day of transitioning to low carb lifestyle. Taking in extra/additional electrolytes and water during the transitional period can help alleviate these symptoms. Also, adding salt to your meals and aiming to drink at least 2 Liters of water a day will aid in management. Switching from juices, sodas to a low-carb higher-fat drink with electrolytes like SFuels TRAIN will help support the body during the transition. 

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE TRANSITION?

Like any change, there are some common, transitionary, temporary symptoms to be aware of in transitioning to a Low-carb lifestyle. Just note this is normal. Here’s what to expect, whats actually happening - and here’s what to do about it -

Your body’s systems have been fed a constant stream of carbohydrates and sugars for years. Your gut, brain, liver, muscle’s power plants (mitochondria), and your adrenal glands have all been dependent on this sugar stream. So, when the sugar stream changes, these systems become temporarily distressed. Your body is changing from burning sugar for fuel to burning fat for fuel. This is ultimately an excellent thing for your physical and mental health, but it does cause a temporary stress on your metabolic system.

Temporary Tiredness and Cravings

Depending on the speed of shifting to a low-carb diet, you may experience fatigue and possibly a heightened desire for sugar. These symptoms generally settle within 1-2 weeks as your body begins to be supported and satisfied by fats for fuel, and reduces its desire and dependency on refined carbohydrates. 

Temporary Fluid Loss (Salt and Water)

Reduction in Carbohydrates will mean less insulin requirements and therefore less sodium production from the pancreas.

 This will cause increased excretion of salt from the body along with fluid. Furthermore, as you eliminate processed foods, you will be consuming less salt/sodium. Some may experience headaches, dizziness, and fatigue (also known as the Keto Flu) from day 4-7 day of transitioning to low carb lifestyle. Taking in extra/additional electrolytes and water during the transitional period can help alleviate these symptoms. Also, adding salt to your meals and aiming to drink at least 2 Liters of water a day will aid in management. Switching from juices, sodas to a low-carb higher-fat drink with electrolytes like SFuels TRAIN will help support the body during the transition.