Post Tagged with: "high fat diet"

The dietitians’ blowback against low carbs continues. Evidence in favour keeps mounting

9 by / on 1 Dec 2015, / in low carb diet

There is a feature of mine in the Daily Mail today which deals with recent research showing the rapid benefit a high fat low carb diet can have on a dangerous disorder known as NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease). You’ve probably heard about fatty liver disease in connection with drinking too much. This version looks like being the result of eating too much carbohydrate.

How evidence based medicine is failing patients. What needs to be done to fix it

15 by / on 10 Jul 2015, / in evidence based medicine

It’s no secret that there are serious problems with the practice of scientific evidence based medicine (EBM). It’s obviously a good idea to have a system for ensuring treatments are safe and effective. But as a defence against dangerous or poor drugs, the working of our current one makes the pre-crash banking regulation look rigorous.

Why high fat diet studies on rats and mice are not to be trusted

18 by / on 5 Jan 2015, / in low carb diet

Over the past year I have been wondering whether there is something deeply flawed about research into the effects of high fat diets on rats and mice, done presumably to clarify the effects on humans. The rodent work consistently tells us that high fat diets make you fat and diabetic, while research on humans finds they do the opposite. What is going on?

Why Very Low Calorie Diets (VLCD) won’t solve the diabetes crisis

69 by / on 12 Mar 2014, / in low carb diet

What’s the best way to eat if you want to stay a healthy weight and lower your risk of various chronic disorders? That’s the big question behind the long running diet war between an embattled low fat establishment and those in my gang – the low carb/high fat rebels. (Read more…)

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