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Old Sat, Sep-09-17, 09:35
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Dr. Eades in the comments on his latest blog post;

I would love to embrace this study, but I canít in good conscience, because itís an observational study, and as such canít prove causality. If this study were done the way it was done and showed low-fat diets to prevent peoplesí risk of death, I would tear it to pieces on my blog.

The only nice thing about this study is that it at least presents the other side for a change. Almost all of the studies you see touted in the press are observational studies like this one, but they show the opposite. So, itís good to see one that has the press all over it showing that fat restriction is harmful. I believe it is, but studies like this donít prove it. In or new book, we plan to address the mechanism showing how fat, especially saturated fat, is beneficial.
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An analysis:

Dietary Carbohydrates Impair Healthspan and Promote Mortality

Figure 1

Factors, Modulators, and Executers of Carbohydrate-Mediated Healthspan Regulation

(A) Physiological and environmental factors that may regulate healthspan in relation to carbohydrate uptake or glucose catabolism.

(B) Therapeutic modulators of the individual factors depicted above.

(C) Selected mechanistic regulators that cumulatively mediate the downstream execution of (A) and (B), respectively.

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