For years, most dieters faithfully counted calories and believed in the mantra: Calories in, calories out. Translation: Burn more calories than you eat, and you’ll lose weight. The problem with that theory: It’s a big fat failure, as documented in the superb book “The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet.”

As a result, in recent years, researchers have turned their attention to low carb diets, which have been shown to burn up to 300 calories more per day than low-fat diets, even when dieters eat the same number of calories. From Paleo diets to ketogenic plans to high fat weight loss, this site is designed to provide insights into the world of low carb diets.

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About the creator: Joanne Eglash has been a writer and researcher for more than 20 years. She has a B.A. in English literature from UCLA, and an MS in holistic nutrition. Her articles have been published in magazines, Web sites and newspapers.

In addition to journalism, she is a freelance editor and writes blogs, newsletters, articles, Web site content and more for individuals and companies. She currently writes about diets for the Examiner: http://www.examiner.com/diets-in-national/joanne-eglash

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