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Low Carbohydrate Diet for Weight Loss
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Keara Ishman, Tiffany Kimbro,
Madison Nowell and Presley Restrepo
June ...
Team Member Database/ Journal
Citation
Summary
Keara Ishman Pub Med
Beyond Weight Loss: A
review of the therapeutic
uses o...
EGGS-CHICKEN-WHOLE-CKD
-OMELET
1
1 LRG
EGG
59 grams
YOGURT-NONFAT; LT N LIVELY;
STRAWBERRY FRUIT CUP
4.4 1 OZ
125
grams
AP...
Team Member Database / Journal
Article Citation
Summary
Tiffany Kimbro PubMed
Low carbohydrate diets in family
practice: w...
Menu and Analysis Results
by Tiffany Kimbro
Team Member Database/ Journal Article
Citation
Summary
Madison Nowell CINAHL
Low Carb Diet May Slow
Tumor Growth
Consumer ...
Menu and
Analysis
Results by
Madison
Nowell
Menu and Analysis Results
by Presley Restrepo
Consensus
• The low-carb diet is fairly adequate if the dieter planned well. However, carbohydrates are our main
energy so...
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  1. 1. Low Carbohydrate Diet for Weight Loss Presented by Keara Ishman, Tiffany Kimbro, Madison Nowell and Presley Restrepo June 30, 2013
  2. 2. Team Member Database/ Journal Citation Summary Keara Ishman Pub Med Beyond Weight Loss: A review of the therapeutic uses of very-low carbohydrate (Ketogenic) diets Paoli, A Rubini, A Volek, JS Grimaldi, KA 2013 A low-Carb diet is also referred to a ketogenic diet. In the 1920’s this diet was used to treat Epilepsy which could eliminate the need for medications. In the present this diet is a common method used for treating obesity, diabetes, pathol ogical conditions, and other conditions.
  3. 3. EGGS-CHICKEN-WHOLE-CKD -OMELET 1 1 LRG EGG 59 grams YOGURT-NONFAT; LT N LIVELY; STRAWBERRY FRUIT CUP 4.4 1 OZ 125 grams APPLES-RAW-W/SKIN 1 1 CUP SLICES 110 grams DRINK MIX-CRYSTAL LIGHT; PEACH TEA; PREPARED 1 1 CUP 240 grams NUTS-ALMONDS-DRY ROASTED -UNBLANCHED-WO/SALT ADDED 1 1 OZ 28.4 grams FISH/SHELLFISH-TUNA-LIGHT MEAT -CANNED IN OIL-WO/SALT -DRAINED SOLIDS 1 1 CAN 171 grams PEANUT BUTTER-SMOOTH STYLE -WO/SALT 2 1 TBSP 32 grams CELERY-RAW 1 1 STALK 40 grams DRINK MIX-COUNTRY TIME; WILDBERRY LEMONADE; PREP 1 1 CUP 240 grams BEANS-SNAP-GREEN VAR -FRZ-ALL STYLES-CKD-BOILED -DRAINED WO/SALT 1 1 c 136 grams OIL-VEGETABLE CORN-SALAD OR COOKING 1 1 CUP 218 grams BEEF-SHORT LOIN-T-BONE STEAK -CHOICE-SEP LN+FT-RAW -1/4in. FAT 1 1 lb 453.59 grams Analysis Results Nutrient Total Rec. %Rec Calories 4514.63 2200 205.21% Pro (g) 162.08 48 337.67% Fat (g) 376.29 73.33 513.15% Carb (g) 132.24 -- Fiber (g) 13.31 30 44.37% Cal (mg) 479.78 1000 47.98% Iron (mg) 16.56 10 165.6% Na (mg) 1196.87 2400 49.87% Pot (mg) 3523.95 -- Phos (mg) 1899.71 700 271.39% Ash (g) 16.04 330 4.86% vitA (IU) 6587.99 4000 164.7% vitC (mg) 89.24 75 118.99% Thia (mg) 1 1.1 90.91% Ribo (mg) 2.18 1.1 198.18% Nia (mg) 46.93 14 335.21% H2O % 45.31 Female 19-30 -- satF (g) 78.81 24.44 322.46% monoF (g) 122.12 24.44 499.67% polyF (g) 148.93 24.44 609.37% Chol (mg) 576.35 300 192.12% Menu and Analysis Results by Keara Ishman
  4. 4. Team Member Database / Journal Article Citation Summary Tiffany Kimbro PubMed Low carbohydrate diets in family practice: what can we learn from an internet based support group Nutrition J. pp 5-26 Feinman, R. Vernon, M. Westman, E. 2006 This article did a survey on The Active Low-Carber Forums website. The forum is an online support group for people who consider themselves following a low-carb diet. The survey found that most of the participants were females with an age range of 30- 50 years old and wanting to lose 50- 100 pounds. The survey was to determine how the diet related to family practices, how dieters actually ate and if the weight lost was kept off. The study found that most participants used there own variation of the Atkins diet and simply replaced starch and high sugar foods with non- starchy vegetables, without adding additional fat or protein. The survey found that most kept weight off for more than a year and while most physicians may have been skeptical at the beginning, become supportive with results.
  5. 5. Menu and Analysis Results by Tiffany Kimbro
  6. 6. Team Member Database/ Journal Article Citation Summary Madison Nowell CINAHL Low Carb Diet May Slow Tumor Growth Consumer Health, Brink, W 2012 These researchers tested rats with human carcinomas to see if the low carb diet would slow down the growth of a human tumor. After being tested, they found it to be true that the low carb diet would slow down the growth of a tumor. Mice fed with the foods lower in carb also exhibited lower glucose, insulin and lactate levels.
  7. 7. Menu and Analysis Results by Madison Nowell
  8. 8. Menu and Analysis Results by Presley Restrepo
  9. 9. Consensus • The low-carb diet is fairly adequate if the dieter planned well. However, carbohydrates are our main energy source. Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends that carbohydrates make up 45 to 65 percent of your total daily calorie intake. So if carbohydrates are cut out completely or for a significant amount of time could give non-beneficial effects. • A balanced diet is defined as a diet that contains adequate amounts of all the necessary nutrients required for healthy growth and activity. There is a lot of differentiation of how low a low carb diet can be, anywhere from 30-100grams. In general, a low carb diet is anything lower than the DRI minimum amount. The low-carb diet could be considered imbalanced, especially if the dieter does not plan well. • The low carb diet focuses on replacing starchy and sugary foods with non-starchy vegetables, therefore making it a low calorie diet, as well. • The low carb diet includes nutrient-dense foods such as vegetables, fruits, lean meats, and dairy products. This also allows your body to feel fuller quicker. • This diet can include a lot of variety if the dieter is not a picky eater. The low carb diet includes various meats, vegetables, fruits, nuts, dairy, and fats and oils. You have many options for meals. • This diet is not expensive. Foods needed could be found at your local grocery. The low carb diet would probably cost as much as you are currently paying for groceries. • Time management would be necessary for the low carb diet. It would not be a convenience grab-and-go type meal, preparation and planning is needed to stay on track. • WebMD reports that there is not enough scientific evidence to back up whether the low-carb diet truly promotes long-term weight loss. http://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20030408/jury-out-low-carb-diets
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