Low-Carb: Do You Cheat?
Contributed by: NAPSA
(NAPSA) - From Atkins to South Beach,
the popularity of low-carb diets is exploding,
with an estimated 15 million to 30 million Americans trying to lose weight on these programs.
These diets restrict most carbs in the first phase of the effort, then reintroduce limited amounts of
carbs in the second phase, while eliminating refined carbs such as white bread, sweets, etc.
Although these diets are effective for weight loss, research has shown that many dieters have
trouble staying with low-carb diets in the long term, leading to weight regain.
However, a 2000 clinical study showed that a supplement called Original Carb Cutter was able to
help dieters lose up to 25 lbs. in six weeks while "cheating" on their low-carb diets-including
"The problem with low carb diets is that your lifestyle starts to become affected and you get
bored and 'cheat.' We all end up cheating at some point. That's why we've seen a flood of
low-carb bars and candy," says Jamie Heithoff, Health & Nutrition Systems.
Original Carb Cutter is the first and only supplement scientifically proven to allow for occasional
consumption of carbs and is available at retailers nationwide.