Low Carb Better Than Low Fat at Reducing CVD Risk?

Check out this new article from professional.diabetes.org with Dr. Krauss! Being one of the more influential researchers in the field, it’s a big influence when he makes statements like the ones featured in the article. Statements such as:

“It is certainly advisable for overweight individuals to lose weight, but for people who cannot achieve a sufficient weight loss, just reducing carbohydrate intake appeared to be quite effective in improving atherogenic dyslipidemia.”

“…you can go high on fats and if you go low on carbs, especially sugars and white starch, and limit red meats, you don’t have to worry too much about saturated fat…”

Be sure to check it out!


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