Why Carbs Don’t Make You Fat
A very interesting read. Whilst LCHF has worked for me to keep off the 14kg I lost it could also be that by eating LCHF and feeling more saturated (and avoiding unhealthy sugar-laden foods) it has also achieved the effects of a lower calorie diet. I still don't believe a calorie is a calorie, as the studies tend do tend to use healthier food intake, and don't include eating cakes and sweets. I never had to calorie count with LCHF but it is true that one tends to not overeat on a LCHF diet. But it can also help explain why some say they don't lose weight on a LCHF diet at all.
Certainly, an interesting article to read. Healthy calorie restriction should certainly also work for most people.
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For the past ten years, carbohydrates have been labeled as public health enemy number one by many popular diet books, websites, and health gurus. They have been thoroughly excoriated as almost single-handedly causing the obesity epidemic in the West. This actually isn’t the first time carbs have had a target on them. The food group …