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Old Wed, Apr-02-14, 10:03
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Default The low-carbohydrate diet and cardiovascular risk factors: Evidence from epidemiol...

http://www.nmcd-journal.com/article...0315-3/abstract

Now, stop worrying about fat, wodja!?
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Recent randomized controlled trials document that low-carbohydrate diets not only decrease body weight but also improve cardiovascular risk factors. In light of this evidence from randomized controlled trials, dietary guidelines should be re-visited advocating a healthy low carbohydrate dietary pattern as an alternative dietary strategy for the prevention of obesity and cardiovascular disease risk factors.
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Hmm. Not sure I care for their recommendations.
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In summary, a healthy low-carbohydrate dietary pattern should emphasize dietary fiber intake derived from whole grains, fiber-rich fruit, low-carbohydrate vegetables (such as green leafy vegetables, legumes, and cruciferous vegetables), avocado, olive and vegetable oils, soy, fish and chicken, and restrict or eliminate consumption of processed and unprocessed red meat as well as starchy vegetables and refined grains.
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Old Thu, Apr-03-14, 21:05
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True, they're the usual idiocy.
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There really is an abject obsession with "whole grains", isn't there?
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There really is an abject obsession with "whole grains", isn't there?


yes, and also soy. When is that soy=healthy myth going to finally die?
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