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Controversial? Sure!

Low-carb diets have been controversial for decades. Some believe that keto & low-carb diets can raise cholesterol and cause heart disease due to their high fat content. Yet, most scientific studies show low-carb diets are healthy and beneficial.

Feeling hungry is usually the worst side effect of dieting. In fact, it's one of the main reasons why we feel miserable and eventually give up.

The good news? Studies show that cutting carbs can automatically reduce your appetite and calorie intake. When you can eat the foods you love, reduce sugar and feel full naturally - you can make lifestyle changes that you can actually live with - long-term!

Low Carb & Vegan?

Few things are as well established in nutrition science as the health benefits of low-carb and keto diets. 

Not only can these diets improve your cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar, but they also reduce your appetite, boost weight loss and lower your triglycerides.

If you’re a vegetarian, vegan or you just want to use more plant-based protein in your diet for the environment or ethical considerations, Nutracelle has you covered! 

The Bottom Line

Studies indicate that cutting carbs can automatically reduce hunger and your caloric intake.

Low-carb and keto diets have proven beneficial in treating epilepsy in children and are being studied for their effects on other brain conditions, like depression, bi-polar disorder and anxiety.

When you eat a low-carb diet, the size of your “bad” LDL particles increases, which reduces their harmful effects. Cutting carbs may also reduce the number of total LDL particles in your bloodstream.

Healthy low-carb diets effectively reverse all five key symptoms of metabolic syndrome, a serious condition which can increase your risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Cutting carbs leads to a significant reduction in blood pressure, which should reduce your risk of many common diseases.

The best way to lower blood sugar and insulin levels is to reduce carb consumption, which may treat and possibly even reverse type 2 diabetes.

Low-carb diets tend to be high in fat, which leads to an impressive increase in blood levels of “good” HDL cholesterol.

Low-carb diets are very effective at lowering blood triglycerides, which are fat molecules that increase your risk of heart disease.

Whether you follow a plant-based lifestyle or you just enjoy delicious no-bake recipes, we have a treat for you. Made with rich, mouthwatering Chocolate NutraVegan and gluten-free cornflakes, this recipe is a healthy treat that's bound to satisfy any chocolate craving.
When you're in the mood for a quick, chilled sweet treat, the last thing you want is a complicated recipe that requires hard-to-find ingredients.  Making easy, delicious recipes has been the key to me successfully losing over 130 pounds, and this Strawberry Cream Cheese Ball recipe is no exception. Bursting with the taste of summer strawberries and loaded with nutrient-dense coconut, this recipe is sure to become a regular on your meal plan.
If you're looking for a creative way to use up those last couple of sweet potatoes in the fridge, look no further.  This recipe is easy, requires a few common ingredients and yields yummy, filling, high-protein vegan pancakes the whole family will love.  Make 'em yours with added dairy-free chocolate chips or your favourite berries.

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