If You’re Having Pain, Your Low-Carb Lifestyle Is To Blame

Filed under: Low-carb side effects — @ July 11, 2006

In the last couple of days, I have been experiencing a tremendous amount of pain in my right ear. I’ve put drop in them, flushed them out with water, put alcohol in them, and NOTHING seems to be making them better. I was telling a few of my fellow coworkers about my experience and believe it or not, someone had the gall to say the following to me:

“It probably has something to do with that low-carb diet you’re on.”

Excuuuuse me? What in the world is that all about?

bq. Isn’t it interesting how every little pain or problem that your body goes through ever since you’ve been on the low-carb lifestyle is now under this gigantic microscope for everyone to analyze and examine as evidence of what low-carb does to you? Oh, that low-carber has a cold, he must not be eating enough fruits and vegetables to fight it off. Jeepers, you broke a bone in your wrist, your low-carb diet must not be giving you enough calcium. Have you heard any of these kinds of statements before? I’m sure you have and frankly it’s quite annoying.

Click here to read more about how the low-carb lifestyle gets blamed for every little ailment you may have while you never hear any such nonsense uttered about the low-fat or vegetarian diets.

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