LowCarbFoods.org offers a new infographic that presents popular low-carb nutritional approaches as a healthier alternative to yoyo diets.

Toronto (PRWEB) November 28, 2012

Art Branch, Inc., the parent company of LowCarbFoods.org today announces the release of a new infographic (http://www.lowcarbfoods.org/low-carb-diets-visual-guide.php), intended for people who wish to lose weight.

Designed by Tsveta Todorov, the lead web designer at Art Branch Inc., the infographic presents 6 popular low-carb diets that can help people to lose weight in a healthy way. Obesity and overweight increase the likelihood of serious and chronic diseases. A new study at the Johns Hopkins Medicine indicates that low-carbohydrate diets reduce the risk for inflammation and heart disease. Compared to dieters on a low-fat diet, people on a reduced-carbohydrate diet have a greater decrease in body fat and BMI and lose more weight.

“People interested in losing weight and learning more about low-carb lifestyle can greatly benefit from simple, yet powerful visual comparison of low-carb diets,” said John Williams, marketing consultant at Art Branch, Inc.

The new infographic compares popular low carb diets such as the Paleo Diet, South Beach Diet, and Sugar Busters Diet. The Paleo Diet, for example, is a nutritional approach that mimics the diet of Palaeolithic people and works with our genes. Our diet is based on sugar, trans fats, refined products and carbohydrates that are not essential. People are dependent on products of modern farming which the Paleo Diet aims to eliminate. The Sugar Busters Diet is another nutritional approach that promotes healthy weight loss. Dieters can have eggs, lean meats, and vegetables, cutting out the convenience foods. This diet is a lifestyle phenomenon that helps people to lose weight and improve their cholesterol levels. The Atkins Diet makes our bodies to burn fat as an alternative fuel. Pastries, muffins, processed foods, and starchy vegetables are squeezed out, and dieters lose weight. The South Beach Diet encourages eating healthy protein and carbohydrate, combined with strategic snacking. Dieters avoid foods that are packed with saturates and consume nuts, olive oil, and other heart-healthy fats. The Zone Diet, known as the 40-30-30 plan, is based on eating foods in the right proportions so that the body functions at peak performance. Fat is not the enemy as low-fat diets claim. The Zone Diet restricts the intake of low-nutrition carbohydrates. The Low GI Diet emphasizes eating low GI foods that are nutrient-rich and help dieters to maintain their metabolism cardiovascular health.

There is a lot of misinformation about low-carb diets in the media and online. The new infographic covers basic facts and presents a visual comparison of popular low-carb diet nutritional approaches. The aim is to offer a starting research point to visitors of LowCarbFoods.org. This will help them to decide if they want to learn more about one of the weight loss and control plans presented in the infographic.

About LowCarbFoods.org: LowCarbFoods.org is an informational resource developed by its parent company, Art Branch, Inc., designed to offer unbiased information on low-carb foods and low-carb diets.

About Art Branch: Art Branch, Inc., located in Toronto, Ontario, is the parent company of LowCarbFoods.org and has developed several consumer websites targeting Canadian and international audience. The goal of Art Branch is to provide visitors to company sites with free and useful guides, helping consumers to make educated decisions about their lifestyles.

LowCarbFoods.org offers informative guides that can serve as a starting point for further research. Art Branch, Inc. and LowCarbFoods.org remind that professional advice should be sought if medical assistance is required. Art Branch does not render any professional services.