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Each recipe has a unique colored circle, showing the number of net carbs it contains per serving.1 The colors are based on how strictly low carb they are:
- Green (ketogenic low carb)
- Yellow (moderate low carb)
- Orange (liberal low carb)
This will help you pick the best recipes according to your diet and also help you calculate the intake of carbs.2 Take a look at the examples below.Read more
Net carbs = digestible carbs, i.e. total carbs minus fiber. ↩
The fewer carbs, the more effective it appears to be for losing weight or reversing type 2 diabetes.
This is mainly based on the consistent experience of experienced practitioners, and stories from people trying different levels of carb restriction [weak evidence].
There is not yet any RCT that has actually tested two low-carb diets of varying strictness head-to-head. But RCTs of strict low-carb diets appear to often show better results, compared to RCTs of more moderate or liberal low-carb diets.
This makes logical sense: if something has an effect, doing more of it often has a stronger effect.