Setting The Record Straight On Bad Science About High-Fat And Low-Carb Diets

Filed under: Health,In The News — @ February 26, 2010


Two new studies may be leaving you in disbelief about high-fat, low-carb

When I was thinking about what subjects I wanted to hit on while writing my latest book 21 Life Lessons From Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb, one no-brainer had to be all of the ridiculous headlines that have come out about healthy high-fat and low-carb diets under the guise of scientific research. You’ve seen what I’m talking about whenever a new study releases showing supposed damning evidence against this way of eating and that’s what our culture grabs hold of as “proof” that low-carb and high-fat diets are unhealthy. In fact, we just saw it happen just this week with two new studies that I’d like to highlight and obliterate for you.

Click here to read about a study claiming low-carb diets raise LDL and why they think this is a bad thing as well as another study showing a high-fat diet increases stroke risk in women although they conveniently forget to say what else is in those “fatty” foods. These studies have been touted all over the news this week and it’s time to set the record straight!

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