"Why I Love Low Carb" by Aaron Wallace
For me, low carb is personal. I know how much being low carb helps me out. My energy levels. Sleeping. No headaches in the morning. Lowers stress and anxiety levels. I also know how much it helps out my family members who live by it. Old school doctors say that diabetes runs in my family, but the funny thing is that no one runs in my family, except for me. It’s funny how people accept that lifestyle factors are inevitable, even family members. There are two generations of diabetics in my family, soon to be a third. I don’t accept that I will live a half lived life and then die young! I can’t force people to change, they need to get to that position themselves. But sooner or later, they might come to the conclusion that:
I love the fact that my Grandma eats Protein Pancakes regularly. She’s 93 and still going strong and I think the pancakes help power her to do it!
To be honest with you, nothing beats a Grandma who is on the taste testing panel, gives the best feedback and eats everything (including all the not so good test products). At that age, I think you just love people cooking for you.
I love low carb and I consider myself very fortunate to be part of a community where I get to share my passion and also help those that I love.
- The balanced diet they have been living doesn’t seem to be working out that well… no questions there, but put away the ice cream!!
- Medicine to manage insulin levels doesn’t seem all that sustainable.
- Me being on keto and living low carb isn’t dangerous or lacking nutrition. In fact, I have more energy than ever!
- Low carb doesn’t mean sacrifice. It means fueling your day so you can do everything you want to achieve plus more.