High Protein and Low Carbohydrate (or Low Carb) Diets are a phenomenon that have come onto the diet scene since the Atkins Diet first became widely published in the 1990’s. Many people have easily become quick fans of the diet as you can still “eat what you want.” The main premises of the diet is that dieters can still eat all the lean protein (pork, beef, chicken, seafood, eggs) they want, but must cut two things out of their daily diet: sugars and carbohydrates.
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Generally intake of Carbohydrate rich food increases the glucose level in the blood stream. This is the real fuel in the body which is essential for growth and sustenance of different systems of the body. Whenever there is excess glucose in the blood stream it is preserved in the fat cells as storage of fuel. This is facilitated by complex chemical reactions that insulin gives the information to the brain of human beings.