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by Alisa Princy (2019-11-17)

I would like to tell you about a different FloraSpring Review approach, which involves eating a diet that is low in carbohydrates. This sort of diet has been shown in research studies to cause a spontaneous drop in appetite. This automatically results in reduced caloric intake, and people lose weight automatically. In fact, when researchers are comparing low-fat and low-carb diets, they need to actively restrict calories in the low-fat group to make the results comparable. The low-carb dieters can eat anything they want, but they still lose the same amount or even more weight than the low-fat group. The explanation for this is insulin. When eating a diet that is high in carbohydrates, insulin levels are elevated. This is because carbohydrate is the macronutrient that causes the greatest amount of insulin release. A diet that is low in carbohydrates, is low in insulin. Insulin controls blood sugar levels in the blood, but it also effectively functions as a gatekeeper to fat cells. High insulin levels mean that blood sugar has an easy time getting in to cells, but at the same time fat has a hard time getting out. When eating a high-carb diet with elevated insulin levels, the fat is basically locked inside the fat cells, and the body is unable to use its own body fat for energy. This results in the brain thinking that it is starving, and it responds by increasing hunger. If you don't mind being hungry, and you have enormous self-discipline, then a low-fat diet might actually work for weight loss. However, if you don't like being hungry and would prefer to lose weight automatically, then I recommend that you try a low-carbohydrate diet. It has been consistently shown in scientific studies to be the most effective approach for weight loss, without calorie restriction. Reducing carbohydrates to about 100-150 grams per day should be sufficient. If that doesn't work, then going under a hundred grams should do the trick.