Arm Yourself With Solid Nutritional Facts About Low-Carb

Filed under: Low-carb Tips — @ May 30, 2007

One of my blogging friends–Carol Bardelli from the “Kudos For Low-Carb” blog–sent me a link to a web site the other day that is a wealth of information about livin’ la vida low-carb that goes through what the author Kent R. Rieske describes as the “Nutritional Myths, Distortions and Lies That Will Destroy Your Health.”

“This web site will prove that eating red meat and natural animal fats while restricting carbohydrates is not only healthy but will prevent and cure many diseases,” Rieske boasts on his web site.

WOW! What a way to start! Just reading that statement alone made me excited about reading on. Let me warn you–it’s a VERY long web site, but chock full of scientific studies, statistics, and other evidence supporting the thesis that a low-carb diet is “healthy.” If you can’t handle the truth, then come back when you can.

Check out this comment made on the site about the Food Pyramid.

“Warning! This diet will cause many diseases when eaten for 20 years,” referring to the 60% carbohyrate, 30% fat, and 10% protein diet recommended by government health leaders.

But it’s not just Rieske’s opinions–you get links to the studies that back up everything he’s saying and it is written in a very compelling format and style. I LOVE this guy and he did an excellent job presenting all the information in one place.

If this outstanding web site sounds interesting to you, then read more about it and why every low-carber should check it out by clicking here.


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