Anyone who has been around the low carb net community knows that there is a common belief that hunger is less low carb. It seems to be true for me. Yet cravings drive me more than hunger. So what about a slow carb diet, that is one in which there are more carbs, but those are slow carb? It appears to reduce cravings in the short run.
When I look at the calories to satiate, it becomes obvious that slow carb seems to have a advantages, if I can still live on three meals each day. More self testing I guess.
But what do I know?