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How to Cut Carbs: Web Version of Email Course

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Updated July 23, 2014

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Introduction
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This is the online version of the "How to Cut Carbs" email course. If you would rather receive this in email form (daily emails for 16 days), you can sign up for it here.

Welcome to the "How to Cut Carbs" ecourse. You may have heard that it's a good idea not to eat too much sugar, or to reduce carbohydrates in your diet. You may have experienced benefits from cutting carbs, either in weight control, blood sugar control, or improvements in health. This "e-course" is designed to help you eat less carbohydrate. We'll go through the types of foods you eat and find the best choices. Of course, it's up to you how much carb you want to cut, but we'll also talk about how to make that decision. If you're unsure, you can simply start with what seems easiest, or where you would get the most "bang for the buck". I hope you find this helpful! Laura

Why Cut Carbs?

20 Benefits of Cutting Carbs

First, it's good to know why you should bother. There are a great many benefits people get from reducing carbohydrate in their diets.

Favorite Things About Low-Carb Eating

But don't take my word for it - here are lots of "favorite things" written by low-carbers themselves. One that I hear a lot is that people aren't as hungry and aren't craving food as much. As one six-year old succinctly put it, "Sugar makes me hungry!"

Easy Ways to Get Started

7 Carb-Cutting Steps

These seven steps will help you get started on a lower-carb way of eating.

What is a Low-Carb Diet?

There are three main approaches to low-carb eating. This ecourse goes along with approach #1 on the list.
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