Sorry, But Low Carb Diets Still Don’t Work…

Without citing numerous (and boring) research and studies that have validated time after time just how dumb low carbohydrate “diets” are for athletes or anyone who’s primary goal is to build lean muscle while simultaneously losing fat, let me instead apologize for all the BS you’ve been fed by the trainer at your gym who obtained his certification over the weekend, (no offense to my personal trainer friends out there killing it!) or the nonsense you’ve come across on social media via fitness personalities with strong selfie games who look the part, but sadly have not the slightest clue about nutrition, biomechanics, kinesiology, and dieting in such a way that promotes sustainability, success, and long term results.

Why Low Carb Diets Are Stupid

Without citing numerous (and boring) research and studies that have validated time after time just how dumb low carbohydrate “diets” are for athletes or anyone who’s primary goal is to build lean muscle while simultaneously losing fat, let me instead apologize for all the BS you’ve been fed by the trainer at your gym who obtained his certification over the weekend, (no offense to my personal trainer friends out there killing it!) or the nonsense you’ve come across on social media via fitness personalities with strong selfie games who look the part, but sadly have not the slightest clue about nutrition, biomechanics, kinesiology, and dieting in such a way that promotes sustainability, success, and long term results.

Making Lifestyle Changes

Well, most of us can only keep up with an extreme diet for so long. Once we’ve reached our goal weight, we can’t wait to start eating “normally” again. The problem is, that “normal” eating is what caused all that weight gain in the first place! As soon as you go back to eating the same way you used to, those pounds come marching back on. In order to successfully lose weight and keep it off, you’re going to have to address your entire lifestyle. Hence the principles we advocate with all of you living the Nutrition Solutions Lifestyle. This means looking at what you eat, why you eat it, how much you exercise, and the choices you make both within your personal and professional everyday life.