Women,Weight,Keto: A Nutritional Doctor Connects the dots
Date: September 2019
Duration: 2 hours 7 minutes
Women,Weight and Keto. They go together like peas in a pod don't they? Because most Women are attracted to this low carb diet by the prospect of losing weight.
One of the main challenges for women in shedding pounds is losing subcutaneous fat. This is the fat that collects around the thighs, rear and hips. Essential for child bearing. But not usually welcomed afterward.
Men, on the other hand, typically have more fat in their midsection, know as visceral fat which surrounds the internal organs.
When people lose visceral fat, it improves their metabolic rate, helping them to lose more calories.
The bad news for women is that losing subcetaneous fat doesn't improve their fat burning chances, because this type of fat - is not metabolically active.
Keep in mind that while it can facilitate rapid weight loss, Keto can also predispose some dieters to serious health issues. Heart disease being one of them. And, while not as serious, can result in your breath smelling like nail polish remover. Something the raving celebrity endorsements never mention.
In his previous books, 'Womens Weight Loss and Fitness,''Paleo Weight Loss Lies','Eat to Lose Weight','Fast Safe Natural Weight Loss',Weight Loss Motivation Success',and 'Weight Loss Motivation Perfection', celebrated Nutritional Doctor and Author Phillip Osmond Clark,N.D,.charted a course for optimium health and nutrition in the areas of diet and fitness.
Now, in this ground breaking book, Dr. Clark connects the Keto Diet dots - to ensure you have all the nutritional facts about Women, Weight and Keto.