First, low-carb diets often work to reduce water and bloating within the first few few weeks. The reduction in insulin production enables the kidneys to get rid of excess sodium, leading to a decrease in water weight. In addition, the reduction of glucose helps the body consume the glucose that resides in the body fat already. Finally, increasing protein often leaves dieters feeling more full.
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