Particularly extreme reduction of food intake and rapid weight loss, can have the following side effects: chronic hunger depression Decreased sexual desire Fatigue Irritability Fainting sinus problems (especially after discharge from the nose) of muscle atrophy Rashes Acidosis bloodshot eyes, gallbladder disease Exceptions malnutrition, can lead to death further weight gain.
With a low-carbohydrate versus low-fat Many studies have focused on diets that reduced calories, low-carbohydrate (Atkins diet, Scarsdale diet, Zone diet) for a diet low in fat.
Nurses’ Health Study, an observational cohort study has shown that a diet low in carbohydrates from plant sources of fat and protein associated with reduced coronary heart disease.
A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials by the international Cochrane Collaboration in 2002 concluded that a diet low in fat is not better than calorie restriction diets in achieving long-term weight loss, people are overweight or obese. Meta-analysis, which included recent randomized controlled trials published after the Cochrane review showed that “low-crab, non-energy diets seem at least as effective as low-fat, energy diets lead to weight loss for up to 1 year . However, potential favorable changes in triglyceride and high-value low-density protein cholesterol to be weighed against potential unfavorable changes in low levels of high density protein cholesterol, low cost, when crab diets cause weight loss are taken into account.
Women’s Health Initiative randomized controlled dietary change court found that the dietary intake of fat and 20% of energy and increasing fruits and vegetables, at least 5 servings daily and grains to at least 6 servings a day, as a result: without reducing cardiovascular slight decrease in vascular invasive breast cancer without reducing colorectal cancer more recent randomized controlled trials have shown that:
A comparison of Atkins, Zone nutrition, Ornish diet and diet studies in premenopausal women found the greatest benefit from the Atkins diet. Select a plan people can influence the measurement of human insulin secretion: Among young adults “Reducing carbohydrate load may be especially important to achieve weight loss in people with insulin secretion.
This is consistent with previous studies, patients with diabetes, in which a diet low in carbohydrates have been more helpful. The American Diabetes Association published the first recommendation (in January 2008 clinical practice guidelines) for low-carbohydrate diets for weight loss for people with or at risk for type 2 diabetes
Low glycolic index “glycolic index (GI) for the ratings of products according to their overall effect on blood sugar levels. Dining based on this study is called a diet GI. Foods with a low glycolic index, such as lentils, provide slower, more stable source glucose in the blood, thereby stimulating less insulin that foods high glycolic index, such as white bread. ”
The glycolic index “mathematical work glucose level in the blood and the amount of carbohydrates in randomized controlled trials compared four different diets in carbohydrate and glycolic index found complicated results. Plan 1 and 2 are high in carbohydrates (55% of total energy consumption) Plan 1 has a high Glycolic Index Diet 2 has a low glycolic index – Plan 3 and 4, with a high protein content (25% of total energy consumption) Plan 3 has a high glycolic index diet 4 was a low glycolic index -. Plan 2 and 3 lost more weight and fat, but , LDL decreased by 2 food and feed has increased by 3 Thus, the authors concluded that a high-carbohydrate low-glycol diet was the most favorable.
The meta-analysis by the Cochrane Collaboration concluded that low glycolic index or low glycolic index diet resulted in significant weight loss and improves lipid profile. However, the Cochrane Collaboration grouped low glycolic index diet and a low glycerin index together and tried to separate the effect of the load in relation to the index