Obesity has always been a worldwide issue, especially in the past 30 to 40 years. Various diseases caused by obesity, such as diabetes, hypertension, fatty liver, and heart disease, have posed a serious threat to human health.
More and more people are beginning to realize that there is an inseparable connection between weight loss and health preservation.
One must admit that successfully losing all the weight you want and keeping it off is not easy. For many of us, especially women, weight loss is a lifelong career.
However, from my experience and many others all over the world, a low-carbohydrate diet and intermittent fasting have been healthy and effective ways to lose weight.
In fact, this method has now become a new lifestyle for our whole family, with benefits that cannot be summed up in one or two sentences.
The high-carb, low-fat diet formulated and promoted by the Nutrition Society for 40 to 50 years, has long been known and deeply rooted in people’s minds.
However, the disadvantages of this diet have gradually been revealed.
Please look at the picture below:
This is the development trend of obesity in the United States over the past 50 years.
Obviously, the high-carb and low-fat diet guidelines formulated in 1980 did not prevent the rise in obesity. In fact, it is still rising today.
Fortunately, a low-carbohydrate diet alternative has been understood by more and more people in recent years. Its scientific nature and feasibility have also been confirmed by more and more medical experts. It is becoming more popular with millions of people around the world.
I have struggled with weight loss for more than ten years. Additionally, I have experienced countless setbacks until I finally benefited from using a low-carb diet and intermittent fasting.
For me, it’s relatively healthy, effective, and easy to stick to for a long time.
My reason for building this website is to share and discuss some healthy eating habits and lifestyles with you. I also want to popularize and share healthy diet knowledge, with a focus on improving quality of life.
Please note that when beginning, remember that everyone has different physical conditions, different metabolic levels, and different physiological functions.
Thus, adaptability to a new diet will be faster for some, slower for others. Remember this, especially if you are beginning a new diet with a friend. You most likely will not lose weight or have success at the same rate.
In addition, while practicing a low-carb diet and intermittent fasting, one should closely monitor the feeling and reaction of your body. Especially at the start of any new diet.
Finally, please understand that all the content on this site is only for information sharing. This is not medical advice, so please seek and follow the advice of professional doctors as guidance.
If you have any questions or want to share your views and experiences with us, please feel free to leave a message on this site at any time.
Thanks for your attention and Good luck with your weight management!