Coming off a whole foods plant based method with limited fats, unlimited carbs (no added sugars) that left me thinner but tired & sleepy & aching all the time. I am confused trying to know the difference between Paleo, Primal, Low Carb, Ketogenic (there i

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Coming off a whole foods plant based method with limited fats, unlimited carbs (no added sugars) that left me thinner but tired & sleepy & aching all the time. I am confused trying to know the difference between Paleo, Primal, Low Carb, Ketogenic (there is even a Vegan Keto).
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Ian, this is a low carb high fat nutrition group, specifically for this. If this is something you do not agree with, thats fine. But I do agree, researching nutrition is a good idea. However, there are many different schools of thought. This group is focused on Low Carb / High Fat, specifically.
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Low carb diets aren’t “fads”. They’ve been around since the 60s and have plenty of science behind them. It’s very difficult to “educate one’s self when the professionals can’t agree. I’ve had great success with low carb but I’m diabetic and it’s not the best choice for everyone. I also did not do “high fat”. The fats I get are almost exclusively plant based…avocados olive oil nuts etc with some fatty fish like salmon thrown in and lean protein. That being said, my daughter is a physician and finds vegan works best for her, while her boyfriend. (also a physician) is pure paleo. One thing I’ve learned in my old age is that one size does not fit all. It seems to be about experimentation and finding what works best for YOU and your metabolism.
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Paleo, Primal, and Keto are related, but low carb and vegan keto are not. In fact, vegan keto might be impossible to achieve because it would be lacking in sufficient protein.
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