’” says Karli Watson, RDN, LD, nutrition director at the Good Housekeeping Institute. “Exercise is not an activity that people should be trying to sweat through. It’s better if you focus on a cognitive task [like thinking] or pacing yourself so that you can maintain your exercise speed and intensity.”
Just like using any other part of our body to lose weight (like our faces with skin care products or our butts with weight loss suppositories), there are all manner of pills, potions, operations, and supplements peddled by various manufacturers with promises of faster results and improved appearance. But do these claims hold up under scrutiny? Is it possible for some items — even those found in conventional retail stores — to make us thinner without making us sicker? Probably. Here’s what you need to know about slimming down via prescription (and nonprescription).
The trick here is not only to avoid all obvious sources of carbohydrate (sweets, bread, spaghetti), but also to be careful with your protein intake. If you eat large amounts of meat, eggs and the like daily then yes definitely consume fat-burning ketones. However if you are eating mostly fats then you will want to keep your carbs small. I keep my carb intake between 5-10 grams a day depending on how active I am.