A few weeks ago, my friend Doug reached out to me wondering why he actually got more shredded while eating more carbs during quarantine.
This may sound totally counterintuitive, especially in the age of keto where 'experts' would have you believe that low carb is the best way to go if your primary goal is weight loss.
But as per usual, the weight loss industry loves highlighting the quick fix side of these trends, while ignoring the long term implications on your health and weight loss goals.
Which is why this week we're turning to science to prove why carbs are not the enemy, and why if you want to lose weight and keep it off, they're actually an essential part of the equation!
'But Kat, a ton of people are losing weight going low carb, there has to be some validity to it right?' Wrong. In the episode, I explain what really is causing the weight loss associated with low carb diets. Hint: it has nothing to do with carbs.
p.s. Need help getting off your low carb diet without gaining a ton of weight back? Want to know how many carbs you can safely eat and still lose weight? We talk about all of that and more in this month's UNLEASHED Club Take-Action Training. Click here to snag your spot!
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