A few weeks ago, the New York Times published an article that highlighted a study that compared the effects of a low carbohydrate and low fat diet on weight loss and cardiovascular disease risk.  The results of this study drew significant media attention, and once again drew attention to the “what-should-i-be-eating-for-optimal-health” debate, which, if you’ve been following dietary trends over the past 20 years, has flip-flopped multiple times. So while it may appear that the low-fat group experienced significant health benefits beyond the low-carb group, let’s take a closer look at the study to determine how to interpret these results properly. Subjects in the low-fat group were instructed to eat more carbohydrates, although we know from previous studies that all carbohydrates are not created equal.  Carbohydrates from grains, breads, cereals, pasta and artificial sweeteners promote more inflammation than do carbohydrates from fruits, vegetables and legumes (1–4). Many studies have shown that high GI carbohydrates such as glucose and fructose-sweetened beverages can significantly impair these metabolic markers, whereas low GI carbohydrates from fruits, vegetables, legumes and grains have antiinflammatory effects (1,5–8). This study is not the only study comparing low-fat and low-carb diets.  There have been hundreds of previous studies comparing low-fat and low-carb diets, this study is just the recipient of significant media coverage. While some previous studies have come to similar conclusions as the current study, others have shown no difference between low-carb and low-fat diets on weight loss (9–11).  More importantly, though, these studies are purely academic and do not faithfully represent conditions of free-living humans in the real world. This study demonstrates that focusing solely on the effect of fat and carbohydrate in isolation does not provide relevant information about what most people care about most: long-term and sustainable weight loss. My recommendation is simple: forget about this debate and instead focus on eating a diet containing whole, unprocessed plants. Significantly increasing your consumption of fruits and vegetables helps you achieve and maintain a healthy weight, and promotes significant health benefits beyond what can be described in a controlled research setting. And remember, before making changes to your own diet it is important to thoroughly investigate the pros and cons of limiting either fat or carbohydrate intake.  There are benefits to restricting both carbohydrate and fat intake, and when making decisions about your own personal diet, be sure to read extensively and see the help of a nutrition expert in order to make educated decisions for your long-term health. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 22, I have spent over a decade learning the fundamentals of nutrition at the doctorate level.
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It seems that we are being bombarded with news about the ever-expanding American waistline. Many of us, in an effort to lose weight quickly, are embracing a low carbohydrate-high protein diet. The low carb-high protein diet has become popular because of the short-term effects on weight control, but concerns have been raised about the potential cardiovascular effects over the long term. If you are on one, or thinking about going on one, please consider the findings of a recent study that followed young Swedish women over 15+years that was reported online in BMJ (an open-access peer-reviewed medical journal).
A low carbohydrate diet implies low consumption of whole-grain foods, fruits, and starchy vegetables and consequently reduced intake of fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
A healthy diet plan for you needs to be a diet that considers your current health and medical conditions. Can Do" Street is the intellectual property of Jean Campbell, registered with the US Copyright Office TXU000476431 and the WGA West, Inc, under Campbell Development Group LLC, 1294415. What we do know from previous studies is that long-term sustainable weight loss is achieved by balancing energy in vs. Studies exploring the issue have given mixed results, but three European studies showed a greater risk of cardiovascular mortality with such a diet. A high protein diet may indicate higher intake of red and processed meat and thus higher intake of iron, cholesterol, and saturated fat. The place to begin is with a visit to your physician, a physical, and a discussion about an eating plan and exercise tailored to your needs and health.
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Mechanisms of disease: the role of intestinal barrier function in the pathogenesis of gastrointestinal autoimmune diseases.
Tight Junctions, Intestinal Permeability, and Autoimmunity Celiac Disease and Type 1 Diabetes Paradigms.
Low to moderate sugar-sweetened beverage consumption impairs glucose and lipid metabolism and promotes inflammation in healthy young men: a randomized controlled trial. Dietary pattern analysis and biomarkers of low-grade inflammation: a systematic literature review. Consumption of Fructose and High Fructose Corn Syrup Increase Postprandial Triglycerides, LDL-Cholesterol, and Apolipoprotein-B in Young Men and Women. The Ratio of Macronutrients, Not Caloric Intake, Dictates Cardiometabolic Health, Aging, and Longevity in Ad Libitum-Fed Mice.
A descriptive study of individuals successful at long-term maintenance of substantial weight loss.
Persons successful at long-term weight loss and maintenance continue to consume a low-energy, low-fat diet. These single factors have previously been linked to a higher risk of major chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease.



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