In order to lose weight and improve overall health many people try dieting. According to government statistics 65% of Americans are obese. But the good news is that 38% are trying to diet.
And a new survey by the national health Institute shows that a third of overweight Americans who are trying to lose weight do so by eating fewer carbohydrates. This is due in large part to the popularity of fad diets like South Beach diet and Atkins diet.
The terminology “low-carb” wasn’t really coined until around 1992 when the USDA announced America’s model food pyramid included six to eleven servings daily of grains and starches. However, low-carb dieting dates back more than 100 years before the trendy Atkins diet to 1864 with a pamphlet titled Letter on Corpulence written by William Banting, as close to the first commercial low-carb diet as you could get.
The most popular low carb, high protein diets on the market today are:
1. Atkins Diet 2. Carbohydrate Addict’s Diet 3. Hampton’s Diet 4. The Glycemic Index Diet 5. NeanderThin 6. Protein Power 7. Schwarzbein Principle 8. Somersizing 9. South Beach Diet 10. Sugar Busters! 11. The Zone 12. Thin for Good 13. The 7-Day Low-Carb Rescue and Recovery Plan 14. Living Low-Carb
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