Some health experts say that when it comes to how much people should be consuming of certain items, a little goes a long way.
In addition to a healthy diet and regular exercise, a lot of research has been done on what’s most important to our health.
In an article published by the Journal of the American Medical Association in December, researchers say that people are more likely to get sick if they’re overweight, have a low body mass index and are already obese.
They recommend people keep a low-carb diet and exercise regularly.
For a low carb diet, that means eating a low calorie diet, not counting calories.
If you are already overweight, it’s important to follow a low fat diet and stick to a low glycemic index diet, says Dr. Joanne D. Deutsch, a professor of nutrition at the University of Pennsylvania and a researcher at the National Institutes of Health.
Deutsch says if people follow a high glycemic carbohydrate diet, they’re likely to have lower blood sugar, less insulin resistance and less chronic disease.