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Best Diet for Long-term Weight Loss | Health and Nutrition

Best Diet for Long-term Weight Loss | Health and Nutrition



Whether low-fat or low-carb diets are more effective may be of trouble to those who are embarking on a weight loss plan.
According to health authorities, a standard low-fat diet is one in which no more than 30 percent of calories come from fat. Meanwhile, a low-carb diet is a diet that restricts carbohydrate consumption in your daily meal, and is recommended for weight loss and health improvement.
So which one is better for you?
Remember, the best diet that works for you is the one that you can follow in a long-term period, and is only one part of your healthy lifestyle.
Are you currently going on a diet? Which diet do you choose, and does this diet work for you?
Please let us know in the comments below. Also, share this video with anyone you think might benefit from it. See you in the next video. And as always, thanks for watching.

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Kamile Kundrotaite on March 26, 2021

Ok

Peter Fraser on January 2, 2022

Good video — thanks for that. I'm 59 now, about to hit 60 this February 2022. What's your take on this human metabolism research recently published that says our metabolism reduces rapidly from about age 60 onwards but remains relatively stable until then. Is middle age spread a myth, then? Because I sure noticed an increase in weight once I hit 50 and I'm pretty sure I didn't increase my food intake or change my diet, and I play tennis regularly for most of the year. So, if it's not a change in metabolism, food consumption, diet or lifestyle that causes middle age spread, then what the hell is it? And, anyway, I heard that the amount of brown fat (which I believe is responsible for burning a lot of excess calories) in the body dwindles gradually as you age, so how can that research conclude that metabolism remains stable if brown fat doesn't? Doesn't make sense.

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