We all know that food is our main source of energy. So why then do most people claim to be tired all the time, when it’s clear from looking at them that they get plenty to eat? The problem is that they don’t get their energy from the right foods.
When you follow a diet that’s high in carbohydrates, your blood sugar rises and falls sharply with every meal. When it goes down, so does your energy—this is the crash you feel shortly after lunchtime that makes you want to fall asleep at work in the afternoon.
By reducing the amount of carbs you eat and replacing them with healthy sources of fat, you can stabilize blood sugar and enjoy steady energy and greater mental focus all day. These are two characteristics of a ketogenic diet, the ultimate version of a low-carb approach to nutrition that’s also a great strategy for losing weight, battling serious health problems, and promoting a myriad of other benefits for the body.
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