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Bob Harper's Best Tips for Losing Weight (Carbs Included!)

At last, we can all agree: carbs are not evil! In Bob Harper's new book, The Super Carb Diet, the celebrity fitness trainer reiterates something we at EatingWell have known for a long time. It's not about cutting out carbs, but instead it's choosing the right kind of healthy carbs. The Super Carb Diet covers which carbs are super and which carbs Harper dubs "carbage," the type of refined carbs and sugars that spike your blood sugar and don't do much for you nutritionally.

I Tried the Ketogenic Diet for 30 Days and Here's What Happened

As a rule, I shy away from extreme diets or eating regimens. Atkins? Never heard of him. Whole 30? Wholly not going to bother with it. Paleo? Some things are better left in the history books.

However, the simplicity of the ketogenic (keto for short) diet appealed to me, and seeing as I had a wedding to attend—and a bridesmaid's dress to wear—I needed something effective to help me shed some weight, and fast.

The Complete List of Paleo Diet Foods: What You Can and Cannot Eat on This Prehistoric Plan

The paleo diet is meant to mimic what our preagricultural, hunter-gatherer ancestors ate. The premise is that the current Western diet is contributing to the rise of chronic diseases such as obesity, heart disease and cancer. This diet, paleo proponents claim, can reduce inflammation, improve workouts, increase energy, help with weight loss, stabilize blood sugar and even reduce the risk of chronic diseases.

Should You Try Intermittent Fasting for Weight Loss?

Throughout history, the human body has learned to cope with both feast and famine (thanks to necessity). In today's world, with more than half of the American population attempting to lose or maintain weight, some people are turning once again to this feast-or-famine approach for weight loss. Intermittent fasting, as it's known today, has shown some promise when it comes to weight loss, but like any other diet, there are questions about its long-term efficacy.