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Old Sat, Jan-20-18, 09:52
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Default JAMA: Interest in Ketogenic Diet grows

New article in JAMA, quoting Drs. Westman, Phinney and Ludwig.
Dr. Ludwig will be conducting a tightly controlled feeding study this summer, funded by the Arnold Foundation.

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/ja...article/2669724

Also at https://www.dietdoctor.com/jama-ket...chronic-disease

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Very solid article. I wonder whether Joy Bauer, nutritionist for Megan Kelly Today, will read this (reference to posts in another thread), as the description of a ketogenic approach is much more accurate in this article. She might learn something.

From Dr. David Ludwig:
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“We know from epidemiology and public health that the majority of chronic disease in this country is lifestyle-related, and primarily nutrition-related,” he said. “It should be among our highest scientific priorities to invest in top-quality, long-term, rigorous nutrition research, so we can answer questions that have befuddled us for a century or more regarding low-fat versus low-carb diets.”


Very encouraging that these studies are planned and funded by the Arnold Foundation. Conflicts of interest don't seem to be an issue here.
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Been looking forward to this one for a while. Guess I've still got some years of anticipation to go.
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