Posted in Disease Prevention, Nutrition, outcomes, outcomes measurement, Prevention, primary care, Uncategorized

Carbs May Be Intrinsically Bad, Regardless of Weight

This week , another nail in the carbohydrate coffin as a small but rigorous study appearing in JCI Insight suggests that a low-carb, high-fat diet improves the metabolic syndromeeven when weight doesn’t change.[1]

 

Source: Carbs May Be Intrinsically Bad, Regardless of Weight

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