What’s the best diet for weight loss?
The best diet for weight loss is dependent on what works best for your lifestyle. Generally speaking, a lower carb approach like the Paleo diet, which focuses on unprocessed, real foods that can be hunted, fished, gathered, or grown, is a great place to start.
Transcript: "What's the best diet for weight loss? Well, as I've always said there is no one best diet for weight loss. The question should be what's the best diet for you? What's the one that's going to work for you? Because people have lost weight successfully on just about every good diet that you can mention from carnivore to vegan. So there's a wide range and the question really should be what's going to work for your lifestyle? What's going to be able? What are you going to be able to stick with? And it always comes down to some form of a real food diet food. That is a Truly unprocessed that you recognize this food. It doesn't come in packages. And if you can concentrate on that, that's the first big step to any weight loss diet. Now that said, I tend to favor a lower carb approach, that's because I think that high carb diets lead to a high level of insulin resistance 88% of us have some degree of insulin resistance. It's a metabolic plague. It keeps you fat. It leads to diabetes. It's not a good thing. And the way you bring insulin, it's down, or you turn it around or you treat it is, you lower the amount of carbohydrates in the diet, you go for higher fat, real food, higher protein, higher protein, and higher fiber, and a lot less of the rice and pasta and Breads, and cereals, and all the stuff that they told us incorrectly was the heart of a healthy diet, back in the 80s and that many people are still following. So, I would look in the direction of paleo and the reason for that being The human genus has been here for two point. Four million years McDonald's been here since 1957, what should we base our diet, on the stuff that work best for the human genus for the last two point, four million years. And that is food that we could have hunted gathered plucked or grown and if it fell off a tree. If you could hunted, you could fish it. You could gather it, it was probably good for you and that's basically what paleo is, its natural foods that we've been with, for many many, many years. That are we genetically We adapted to and I think that's a great place to start."