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A low-carb diet combined with a low-calorie diet can be one of the most effective ways to lose weight quickly, according to research. Better yet, a low-carb, low-calorie diet that's also high in protein can make weight loss even easier. Protein does a great job of helping you feel fuller for longer, which is especially helpful when cutting calories and limiting your carb intake, which in turn decreases how much fiber you're getting.
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Research shows that following both a low-carb diet and a low-calorie diet is one of the most effective ways to lose weight quickly. Better yet, a low-carb, low-calorie diet that's also high in protein can help get you on the path to weight loss. While low-carb diets like the ketogenic diet and Atkins diet restrict carbs to as low as 20 grams per day, you don't have to go that low to see weight-loss benefits.
The number on the scale doesn't define you. And it might not even tell you that much about your health, either. What may be more important: body fat percentage. For years, doctors have used body mass index, or BMI, to assess your risk for obesity-related conditions, like heart disease and diabetes. It measures size based on height and weight. Body fat, on the other hand, is quantified as a percentage of your total weight.
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This story originally appeared on Fortune.com by Hallie Detrick.
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