Shocking Diet Facts On Carbohydrates And Weight Loss

Foreword By The Author

This is the third in a series of eight videos containing valuable free, and often hard to find, information that can help in your quest to lose weight, become healthy, stay healthy and enjoy a long life. In the video below, I again introduce Isabel De Los Rios, who pulls no punches when it comes to her opinions and expertise in the areas of diet and health including those on carbohydrates and weight loss.
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About Isabel De Los Rios

As I said before, I am a great admirer of this lady because of her fearless stance as an advocate for ordinary people who want to stand up for what’s right in the fields of health and nutrition, both for themselves and their loved ones. She is an acknowledged expert and in this video covers the question of carbohydrates and weight loss and re-establishes their proper place in a balanced and well regulated diet.

The Role Of Carbohydrates And Weight Loss

Many people are totally confused when it comes to considering what role carbohydrates play in determining body weight and deciding whether they are good for you. Yes, they do have a vital place in any sensible healthy diet and, as so often is the case, balance is the key. The problems occur and the weight piles on when your food intake is not controlled and when any single component of your diet, such as carbs, are consumed disproportionately. This is information that is not considered general knowledge and therefore you are encouraged to watch the video carefully if you are in the least conscious of the need to eat only healthy food.

Watch The Video

In this video, carbohydrates and weight loss and a balanced diet is covered comprehensively. The URL that appears at the end of the video is shown under the video display window as a clickable link for your convenience. After you have watched it, you may want to see the next one in the series. To do so go to the Videos menu in the right sidebar and click on Weight Loss to find the next one in the series.

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9 Responses to Shocking Diet Facts On Carbohydrates And Weight Loss

  1. Jae says:

    You have to have a certain amount of carbs in your diet or you will be sleepy all the time and have absolutely no energy to do anything like say, workout! I know personally that carbs are my enemy when it comes to diets. I crave carbs like bread and pastries but I also know that if I eat them I will gain weight right off the bat, so I am constantly telling myself NO. Is there a way to stop the cravings for breads? The only diet I have been able to do that has worked as far as me losing weight is the low carb diets. I know I am supposed to gradually add good carbs back into my diet but I am afraid to because I might start gaining weight again, what should I do?

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    Thanks a lot for discussing this matter. I concur with your conclusions. The points that the data stated are all first hand on actual experiences even help more.

  4. Christopher says:

    What I am getting from the videos I have watched from Isabel De Los Rios is just that like everything else there are good carbs and bad carbs, good fats and bad fats, good calories and bad calories. The bottom line I think is to eat portions that are small about 1 cup size or smaller, eat as natural as possible (as little added ingredients as you can) and stay away from white processed foods (sugar, flour, rice etc.) and you should start seeing the weight drop off and you should start feeling better. I’m all for it, keep posting the videos they are great information.

  5. Mary says:

    I am amazed by how details in nutrition can make such a difference in how successful you are in attaining your fitness / weight loss goals. You wonder why there are so many companies trying to prey on the ignorance of consumers by selling these so called revolutionary excursive / fat burning gadgets or gimmicky workouts. There are so many infomercials on tv that you can imagine how many millions those scammers are raking in from people who just don’t bother to learn these principles and wind up wasting their hard earned money.

  6. Jonathan says:

    Carbs are an essential part of your diet but you are absolutely correct when you talk about in proportion. Good carbs such as Oatmeal, fruit, etc. should be eaten for energy and fuel for the body to continue on throughout the day with your exercise activity etc. , always eat the majority of your carbs in the morning for breakfast, that way you have all day to burn them off then eat the rest that you are going to allow yourself at lunch. I don’t recommend eating any carbs for dinner and I don’t like to eat dinner after 7 pm but if I have to I make sure it has no carbs. I try to remember this adage ” Eat like a king at breakfast a prince at lunch and a pauper at dinner

  7. Mavis says:

    This is an excellent resource for breaking down the role of carbs especially the part of the video where she talks about when to consume carbs is important. I have been into fitness for over twenty years and from experience, I can attest to the fact that delaying carb intake until after a workout helps you burn fat because if you load up with carbs before your workout, your body will burn the carbs and far less body fat. I like to eat a carb heavy meal after a workout to replenish and relax. For energy before the workout, I eat an energy bar or a sports drink or if I am hungry, I eat a fiber rich fruit like an apple or carrot and that curves your hunger.

  8. June says:

    The video was very interesting and makes one think a bit more deeply on certain types of diet. Carbohydrates seem like one of the principal problems if consumed to excess. Certainly they relieve the nasty feeling of hunger that makes us reach out for foods that we ought not eat, but they’re still among the list of most wanted contributors in many cases of huge bellies and fat thighs. Small wonder that most diets concentrate directly on reducing the use of carbs. These are among the most effective diets around when the theory is used properly.

  9. Eric says:

    The video makes perfect sense, the disproportionate intake of carbs or even eating the wrong kind of carbs can easily send the body into an insulin imbalance which can cause weight gain. I know so many people who could benefit from your insight here.

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