No-carbohydrate diet suggest as the name suggests prohibits intake of all carbohydrates. Instead it recommends using fat as the main source of energy mixed with right amount of protein. It uses mainly animal source foods and requires a high saturated fat intake
Food allowed on No-Carbohydrate diet
Butter, oils, vegetable shortenings, tea, parsley, mustard, club soda, diet drinks, gin, rum, vodka, whiskey, and even some whipped cream have zero carbohydrates as well.
Purpose of No-Carbohydrate diet
Low-to-No carb diets rely on the fact that the body is in a ketogenic state (ketone producing) that utilizes fat as the preferred energy source. In a non-ketogenic state, it is carbs that are the main source
Review of No-Carbohydrate diet
This diet leads extreme fatigue and poor nutrition. Have serious health issues if the diet is continued for a long time...
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