Decisions on a preferred diet for weight loss rests on a number of factors including physical activities, age, genetics as well as health status would be considered. These factors could determine outcomes observed in different people. We would however still take a close look at processes by which these approaches operate.
Carbohydrates are major sources of energy for our body to carry out its cellular activities. In certain conditions, alternate sources can be used by the body to achieve the same aim whether in disease or health. One of the alternative sources used by the body is excess fat stored in muscles and other organs. Keto Diet which is low carbohydrate pushes the body to draw more rapidly from the excess fat. With this approach, rapid weight loss has often been recorded in research subjects.
Low-Fat Diet, unlike Keto Diet although quite similar, reduces fat intake. It invariably means that your body uses just the available carbohydrates with some pull from the fat store. Comparing the two processes, the low carbohydrate would likely give a faster result than the low fat. Regardless of the diet subscribed to by a subject, it is still far more important to understand unique nutritional needs of individuals. This would help to modify either of both approaches to work effectively for an individual.