Life Without Bread Diet

The Life Without Bread low carbohydrate diet has been developed over 40 years of Dr Lutz’ medical practice in Austria. After helping over 10,000 of his patients to a healthier life through a low carb diet, Dr Lutz teamed with Dr Allan to publish the book “Life Without Bread: How a Low-Carbohydrate Diet Can Save Your Life”.

Unlike many of the other low carb diets published today, Drs Lutz and Allan write about how low carbohydrate diets can improve a range of medical problems. The Life Without Bread diet is not just about weight loss – it’s about improving your health.

Dr Lutz has significantly helped or cured the symptoms of diabetes, obesity, gastrointestinal disorders and heart disease. Evidence that Dr Lutz has collected over the years shows how successful his low carbohydrate diet plan has been fighting illness and disease.

The basic principle behind the Life Without Bread diet, is that no more than 72g of carbohydrates should be allowed in your daily diet. You are allowed to eat all the proteins, non-starchy vegetables and healthy fats as your body wants.

Included within Life Without Bread are various guides that people can follow, for a successful, non-harmful introduction to this low carb diet. These guides are especially useful to first time dieters, or those that may have difficulty with diets due to willpower or medical problems.