Sunday, 6 June 2010

Why you should consider a low carb / low GI diet

As we get closer to summer holiday time I overhear an increasing number of conversations about losing weight in time for the beach. What's so frustrating is the knowledge that most of these attempts at weight loss are going to be based on reducing calories and fat when many of the individuals concerned would not only lose weight more effectively but also reduce their risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer and other chronic illnesses with a low carb or low GI diet instead.

Handing out copies of my free book 'Why You Should Consider a Low Carb or Low GI Diet' is a bit too 'in your face' for most people. So I thought I'd mention it on my blog so that those who want to learn about why the traditional low calorie / low fat diet may be bad news for them can avail themselves of it at my low carb website at

Those who have already repeatedly attempted to lose weight and are at a loss to know what to try next may wish to check out my book 'Why Can't I Lose Weight – The Real Reasons Diets Fail And What to Do About It', which is currently on sale with a 30% price reduction.

The faster we get the word out that low carb and low GI diets really are the healthy eating of the future, the faster people can try them for themselves and resolve their weight loss and other chronic health problems. Let's not wait for government health departments and other sources of 'official' healthy eating advice to catch up on low carb science. There are not only obesity but also heart disease and diabetes epidemics out there to solve, and the solution to all three is staring us in the face.

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