Research from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem shows that a carefully scheduled high-fat diet can lead to a reduction in body weight and a unique metabolism in which ingested fats are not stored, but rather used for energy at times when no food is available. Professor David Lawrence, an expert in nutrition and obesity data analysis, said recently in the journal BMC Medicine that the idea the idea of all calories being equal is flawed and based 'on an outdated understanding of the science'. Calories from different sources have different effects on the body, with calories from carbohydrates more likely to encourage weight gain.
Calories from different sources have different effects on the body, with calories from carbohydrates more likely to encourage weight gain. Not only is the calorie theory under attack, but evidence is also emerging to show that lowering fat might not cut heart-disease risk after all. A major study published in the authoritative New England Journal of Medicine compared the clinical benefits of a conventional low-fat diet with two types of Mediterranean diet, which are naturally considerably higher in fat. The study had to be stopped early because the heart attack and stroke rate in the Mediterranean options was so much lower it was deemed irresponsible to keep patients on the conventional diet.
A study led by Cara Ebbeling, PhD, associate director and David Ludwig, MD, director of the New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center Boston Children's Hospital, found diets that reduce the surge in blood sugar after a meal--either low-glycemic index or very-low carbohydrate-may be preferable to a low-fat diet for those trying to achieve lasting weight loss. Weight re-gain is often attributed to a decline in motivation or adherence to diet and exercise, but biology also plays an important role. The study suggests that a low-glycemic load diet is more effective than conventional approaches at burning calories (and keeping energy expenditure) at a higher rate after weight loss. Faced with mounting evidence, Swedish dietary experts recently made a dramatic U-turn, recommending a low-carb, rather than low-fat, diet for weight loss. The bombshell came from the Council on Health Technology Assessment, which advises the Swedish government. The most important of these hormones, and the one that's crucial for weight loss, is insulin.
A low-carb and high-fat diet means less insulin, making it easier to lose weight because less fat is then stored. Dramatic new evidence for this has come from a unique experiment conducted by a personal trainer. Now, according to the conventional wisdom, the weight gain would be the same on both regimens.
Sam, who survived childhood cancer (Hodgkin's lymphoma), wondered if his usual low-carb diet was the key, and set about his experiment to find out.
For the low-carb, high-fat part of the experiment, Sam got his 5,000 calories from foods such as eggs, mackerel (which is very fatty), steak, green veg and coconut oil, interspersed with three snacks of nuts - walnuts, pecans or almonds (which are naturally high in fat).
While 72 percent of his total calorie intake came from fats, 22 percent came from protein and just 5.9 percent from carbs.
With the high-carb diet, most of his calories (63 percent) came from carbohydrates, 13 percent from protein, and 22 percent from fat.
He ate garlic bread, low-fat lasagna, crumpets, low-fat yogurts and rice pudding, chocolate muffins and wholewheat bread. Admittedly the types of fat on his high-fat diet weren't your usual fatty foods, such as cream and butter.
While Sam's experiment was by no means a scientific one, as well as the weight gain, what was even more striking was what an unhealthy effect the high carbohydrate regimen had on standard markers for heart health.
For when Sam had his blood tested after his three weeks on high carbs, 'the diet effectively gave him metabolic syndrome which is a precursor to heart disease and diabetes. Particularly worrying was that his triglycerides (fats in his blood) had gone up four times, while his so-called 'good' (HDL) cholesterol had dropped.
What's more, a level of inflammation in his liver had doubled, which is also linked with diabetes and heart disease. Did the fact that, as a personal trainer, Sam was obviously very fit at the start of his trial make a difference?
Research has already shown that if you are eating a high-carb diet, and so have high levels of insulin, you are likely to have more fat in your blood than someone on a high-fat diet.
He argues that - as seen with Sam - a high-carb diet tends to lower the good HDL cholesterol that helps keep arteries clear.
At the same time, as glucose from carbs is turned into fat for storage in the body, fatty acids are also produced. Recent research supports the idea that warning about saturated fat in the diet has probably been a mistake.
Demonizing fat and encouraging people to eat more carbs can be harmful to people with heart disease, says Dr Malhotra. Those eating low-carb these days are much more flexible about the amount of fat they get. Western governments have yet to acknowledge the Swedish style U-turn in healthy eating advice. We are spending billions trying to cope with metabolic diseases such as diabetes, cancer and obesity and the emphasis on low-fat diets is only promoting the metabolic pathways which encourage these diseases. The bottom line is to commit to educating yourself on the healthiest nutritional strategies for your health and not follow any recommendations by government, unless perhaps if you live in Sweden. Natasha Longo has a master's degree in nutrition and is a certified fitness and nutritional counselor. Low carbohydrate diets are becoming increasingly popular among people looking for weight loss.
In low carbohydrate diet sports activities occupy a special place not only because they lead to extra weight loss, but also because they are healthier in general. Avoid foods with color is close to white – rice, bread, potatoes, flour, sugar, corn. The recommended amounts of carbohydrates are significantly lower than those of other similar diets. Losing weight is more a result of lower caloric intake than the type of diet, most nutritionists say.
The conclusion is that the incidence of cancer is lower in people abiding rich in plant foods diet.
Howevera€¦ many recent studies suggest that the true picture is more complicated than that.
This article takes a detailed look at saturated fat and whether it is good or bad for your health. Each fat molecule is made of one glycerol molecule and three fatty acidsa€¦ which can be either saturated, monounsaturated or polyunsaturated. What this "saturation" stuff has to do with, is the number of double bonds in the molecule. Saturated fatty acids have no double bonds, monounsaturated fatty acids have one double bond and polyunsaturated fatty acids have two or more double bonds. Foods that are high in saturated fat include fatty meats, lard, full-fat dairy products like butter and cream, coconuts, coconut oil, palm oil and dark chocolate. Even foods like beef also contain a significant amount of mono- and polyunsaturated fats (1). Fats that are mostly saturated (like butter) tend to be solid at room temperature, while fats that are mostly unsaturated (like olive oil) are liquid at room temperature. Bottom Line: Saturated "fats" are fats that contain a high proportion of saturated fatty acids, which contain no double bonds. Back in the 20th century, there was a major epidemic of heart disease running rampant in America. It used to be a rare disease, but very quickly it skyrocketed and became the number one cause of deatha€¦ which it still is (2).
Researchers learned that eating saturated fat seemed to increase levels of cholesterol in the bloodstream. This was an important finding at the time, because they also knew that having high cholesterol was linked to an increased risk of heart disease. If saturated fat raises cholesterol (A causes B) and cholesterol causes heart disease (B causes C), then this must mean that saturated fat causes heart disease (A causes C). This hypothesis (called the "diet-heart hypothesis") was based on assumptions, observational data and animal studies (3). The diet-heart hypothesis then turned into public policy in 1977, before it was ever proven to be true (4). Even though we now have plenty of experimental data in humans showing these initial assumptions to be wrong, people are still being told to avoid saturated fat in order to reduce heart disease risk.
Bottom Line: Saturated fats have been assumed to cause heart disease by raising cholesterol in the blood.
HDL and LDL, the "good" and "bad" cholesterols, aren't actually cholesterola€¦ they are proteins that carry cholesterol around, known as lipoproteins. At first, scientists only measured "Total" cholesterol, which includes cholesterol within both LDL and HDL. Because saturated fat raised LDL levels, it seemed logical to assume that this would increase the risk of heart disease.
Small, dense LDL: These are small lipoproteins that can penetrate the arterial wall easily, which drives heart disease. Large LDL: These lipoproteins are large and fluffy and don't easily penetrate the arteries. The small, dense particles are also much more susceptible to becoming oxidized, which is a crucial step in the heart disease process (17, 18, 19). People with mostly small LDL particles have three times greater risk of heart disease, compared to those with mostly large LDL particles (20).
Soa€¦ if we want to reduce our risk of heart disease, we want to have mostly large LDL particles and as little of the small ones as possible.
Here's an interesting bit of information that is often ignored by "mainstream" nutritionistsa€¦ eating saturated fat changes the LDL particles from small, dense to Large (21, 22, 23).
What this implies is that even though saturated fat can mildly raise LDL, they are changing the LDL to a benign subtype that is associated with a reduced risk of heart disease.
Now scientists have realized that it's not just about the LDL concentration or the size of the particles, but the number of LDL particles (called LDL-p) floating in their bloodstreams. Low-carb diets, which tend to be high in saturated fat, can lower LDL-p, while low-fat diets can have an adverse effect and raise LDL-p (28, 29, 30, 31). Bottom Line: Saturated fats raise HDL (the "good") cholesterol and change LDL from small, dense (bad) to Large LDL, which is mostly benign. The supposedly harmful effects of saturated fat are the cornerstone of modern dietary guidelines. Howevera€¦ despite decades of research and billions of dollars spent, scientists still haven't been able to demonstrate a clear link.
Several recent review studies that combined data from multiple other studies, found that there really is no link between saturated fat consumption and heart disease. This includes a review of 21 studies with a total of 347,747 participants, published in 2010. Another review published in 2014 looked at data from 76 studies (both observational studies and controlled trials) with a total of 643,226 participants. We also have a systematic review from the Cochrane collaboration, which combines data from numerous randomized controlled trials. According to their review, published in 2011, reducing saturated fat has no effect on death or death from heart disease (34).
However, they found that replacing saturated fats with unsaturated fats reduced the risk of cardiac events (but not death) by 14%. This does not imply that saturated fats are "bad," just that certain types of unsaturated fats (mostly Omega-3s) are protective, while saturated fats are neutral. Soa€¦ the biggest and best studies on saturated fat and heart disease show that there is no direct link. Unfortunately, the governments and "mainstream" health organizations seem reluctant to change their minds and continue to promote the old low-fat dogma.
Bottom Line: The link between saturated fat and heart disease has been studied intensely for decades, but the biggest and best studies show that there is no statistically significant association. This is the diet recommended by the USDA and mainstream health organizations all over the world.
This diet also recommends increased consumption of fruits, vegetables and whole grainsa€¦ along with reduced consumption of sugar.
Other massive studies have confirmed thisa€¦ the low-fat diet provides no benefit for heart disease or the risk of death (39, 40). Several studies that replaced saturated fat with polyunsaturated vegetable oils showed that more people in the vegetable oil groups ended up dying (41, 42).
Of course, this graph alone doesn't prove anything (correlation does not equal causation), but it does make sense that replacing traditional foods like butter and meat with processed low-fat foods high in sugar had something to do with it. It's also interesting when looking at the literature, that in almost every single study comparing the "expert approved" low-fat diet to other diets (including paleo, vegan, low-carb and Mediterranean), it loses (44, 45, 46, 47). Bottom Line: Studies on the low-fat diet do not show a reduced risk of heart disease or death and some studies show that replacing saturated fat with vegetable oils increases the risk. The studies clearly show that, on average, saturated fat does not raise the risk of heart disease.
Perhaps most individuals see no effecta€¦ while others experience decreased risk and yet others experience an increased risk. That being said, there are definitely some people who may want to minimize saturated fat in the diet. This includes individuals with a genetic disorder called Familial Hypercholesterolemia, as well as people who have a gene variant called ApoE4 (48). With time, the science of genetics will most surely discover more ways in which diet affects our individual risk for disease. Bottom Line: Some people may want to minimize saturated fat intake, including people with Familial Hypercholesterolemia or a gene called ApoE4. For this reason, coconut oil, lard and butter are all excellent choices for cooking, especially for high-heat cooking methods like frying. Foods that are naturally high in saturated fat also tend to be healthy and nutritious, as long as you're eating quality unprocessed foods.
Bottom Line: Saturated fats are excellent cooking fats and foods that are high in saturated fat tend to be both healthy and nutritious. The evidence points to saturated and monounsaturated fats being perfectly safe and maybe even downright healthy. We need to get these two types of fatty acids in a certain balance, but most people are eating way too many Omega-6 fatty acids these days (51).
It is a good idea to eat plenty of Omega-3s (such as from fatty fish), but most people would do best by reducing their Omega-6 consumption (52).
The best way to do that is to avoid seed- and vegetable oils like soybean and corn oils, as well as the processed foods that contain them. Trans fats are made by exposing polyunsaturated vegetable oils to a chemical process that involves high heat, hydrogen gas and a metal catalyst. Studies show that trans fats lead to insulin resistance, inflammation, belly fat accumulation and drastically raise the risk of heart disease (53, 54, 55, 56). So eat your saturated fats, monounsaturated fats and Omega-3sa€¦ but avoid trans fats and processed vegetable oils like the plague.
Bottom Line: The truly harmful fats are artificial trans fats and processed vegetable oils high in Omega-6 fatty acids. The health authorities have spent an immense amount of resources studying the link between saturated fat and heart disease.
Despite thousands of scientists, decades of work and billions of dollars spent, this hypothesis still hasn't been supported by any good evidence. The saturated fat myth wasn't proven in the past, isn't proven today and never will be provena€¦ because it's just flat out wrong.
Humans and pre-humans have been eating saturated fat for hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of years, but the heart disease epidemic started a hundred years ago.
So, how does a low-carb diet (approximately 45 percent of calories from fat) stack up to a low-fat diet (30 percent or fewer calories from fat)?
Many studies conducted in the 1980s revealed what was thought to be a direct correlation between the intake of saturated fats and the increase in cholesterol, which is a major indicator of heart disease.
The low-carb group didn’t even try to avoid saturated fats, either—they had plenty of butter, meat, and cheese, and neither group was asked to count calories. Even more surprising was that between the two groups, waist circumference, body weight, and other metabolic risks factors were not significantly different between the two diet types.
When it comes to weight loss, deciding how to accomplish your goals—and make them last a lifetime—can be difficult. The Annals of Internal Medicine published a study comparing low-carb and low-fat diets with surprising results.
The study found that “at three, six, and 12 months, participants on the low-carbohydrate diet had lost more weight than those on the low-fat diet.
Chemically speaking, saturated fats are fat molecules that have no double bonds between carbon molecules because they are saturated with hydrogen molecules. While you may think of saturated fats as coming mostly from meat and dairy products, there are also many plant-based saturated fats, including palm oil and coconut oil. If these studies surprised you, share them with your friends and family—they may be surprised too.
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These marvels of nature deserve their reputation for keeping the doctor away when you eat one a day. First of all, they elevate your blood glucose (sugar) levels in a safe, gentle manner and keep them up longer than most foods. An average size apple provides only 81 calories and has no sodium, saturated fat or cholesterol.
So the key is eating dark, rich, high-fiber breads such as pumpernickel, whole wheat, mixed grain, oatmeal and others. There’s good reason for this traditional diet food to be a regular part of your diet.
It’s rich in natural galacturonic acid, which adds to its potency as a fat and cholesterol fighter.
Try the hot, spicy kind you find in Asian import stores, specialty shops and exotic groceries. Peppers are astonishingly rich in vitamins A and C, abundant in calcium, phosphorus, iron and magnesium, high in fiber, free of fat, low in sodium and have just 24 calories per cup.
A cup of cooked rice (150 grams) contains about 178 calories – approximately one-third the number of calories found in an equivalent amount of beef or cheese.
Slice three large onions, three carrots, four stalks of celery, one zucchini and one yellow squash. There is no question that a reduction of calorie intake coupled with high-level energy expenditure results in weight loss (all other factors being equal). People with a higher percent of body fat will lose more fat and retain more muscle with a significant calorie deficit. People with a lower percent of body fat will lose more muscle and retain more fat with a significant calorie deficit. Here’s a little bit of historical science behind the accepted caloric value of protein, carb, and fat in the diet.
Low carb diets facilitate the loss of glycogen stores and associated water, which can be as great as 4.4 pounds. Because the Rubner and Atwater factors used to calculate metabolizable energy are not exact, the standard macronutrient values are not perfect, and small errors can occur. In general, high glycemic carbs create a large, temporary rise in blood sugar (glucose) because they are quickly digested. Highly processed foods that contain refined sugars (cookies, crackers and corn syrup) usually have a higher glycemic level.
Other factors affecting the glycemic level is whether the food is liquid or solid, raw or cooked, and the amount of fiber it contains. The more grams of carbohydrate consumed the higher the glycemic response because there is an increased glycemic load.
Research published in the journal Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition shows why people find it hard to follow government guidelines to cut their fat and sugar intake at the same time -- a phenomenon known as the sugar-fat seesaw. Despite the increased fat intake with a larger portion of saturated fatty acids, their lipoproteins did not get worse. Furthermore, the study found that the low-glycemic index diet had similar metabolic benefits to the very low-carb diet without negative effects of stress and inflammation as seen by participants consuming the very low-carb diet. After weight loss, the rate at which people burn calories (known as energy expenditure) decreases, reflecting slower metabolism. Based on a review of 16,000 studies, it said the best sorts of food for losing weight were high fat foods which could include anything oils like olive and coconut. A high-carb diet increases the amount of glucose in the bloodstream, which in turn means you produce more insulin. For three weeks he got these calories from a low-fat, high-carb diet; for another three, he ate more fat and cut right back on carbs.
I've personally been on many of these public policy and procurement programs investing hundreds of hours of my time trying to convince officials that food pyramids have to be thrown out the window along with many recommended foods they hold praise to. She has consulted on public health policy and procurement in Canada, Australia, Spain, Ireland, England and Germany. And this is not surprising given the large number of those who have failed to lose weight with their help.
Take protein at every meal – about a gram per kilogram of ideal weight, typically between 60 and 85 grams per each meal.
Moreover, in order to be a successful diet, you should include regular physical activity and intake of all necessary nutrients. High fat content is also worrying fact for dieters, as many studies have shown that a diet rich in fat is a risk factor for heart disease and some cancers. In other words (and certain conditions!) Rich carbohydrate diet protects against cancer and other chronic diseases. Later they learned that while LDL was linked to increased risk, HDL was linked to reduced risk (5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10). Although they increase LDL in the short-term, plenty of long-term observational studies find no link between saturated fat consumption and LDL levels (24, 25, 26).
For example, palmitic acid (16 carbons) may raise LDL, while stearic acid (18 carbons) does not (27).
Their conclusion: there is absolutely no association between saturated fat and heart disease (32). It was a randomized controlled trial with 46,835 women, who were instructed to eat a low-fat diet. However, more recent research has shown that saturated fats don’t always cause high cholesterol and some might actually have the opposite effect. The researchers enrolled obese people who did not report a history of cardiovascular disease, and they were randomly assigned to a low-fat or low-carbohydrate diet.
Individuals with high levels of triglycerides are at higher risk for atherosclerosis, which can lead to heart disease and stroke.
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These foods go a step beyond simply adding no fat to your system – they possess special properties that add zip to your system and help your body melt away unhealthy pounds.
This type of fiber prevents hunger pangs by guarding against dangerous swings or drops in your blood sugar level, says Dr. You’ll also get the added health benefits of lowering the level of cholesterol already in your blood as well as lowering your blood pressure. Researchers compared white bread to dark, high-fiber bread and found that students who ate 12 slices a day of the dark, high-fiber bread felt less hunger on a daily basis and lost five pounds in two months. Studies show it can help you burn more calories than normal, perhaps up to 10 percent more.
The additional benefit here is assistance in the battle against atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and the development of heart disease. Maybe not the canned varieties from the store – but old-fashioned, homemade soup promotes weight loss. Also called soybean curd, it’s basically tasteless, so any spice or flavoring you add blends with it nicely. So, bubble-wrap your weight scale and put it in the basement or attic and focus on your body composition: the fat to muscle ratio.
This is why attention must be paid to the correct calorie deficit based on your existing percentage of fat and your activity level. That is, no matter what source it is from, one calorie is the energy required to increase the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree Celsius. After all, 15 grams of fat has 135 calories and 15 grams of carbs has only 60, so to help shed the pounds, back off on the fat intake.
However, neither macronutrient-specific differences in the availability of food energy nor changes in energy output could explain these differences in weight loss.If a calorie is a calorie, then what other factors could account for the differences in weight loss between the two diets?
The substitution of one macronutrient for another has been shown in some studies to be statistically significant regarding the effect on the expenditure half of the energy balance equation, especially in high-protein diets. Consuming a high glycemic food within 45 minutes after exercise elevates plasma glucose concentrations and facilitates muscle glycogen replenishment. You'll still see this on most food pyramids regulated by government policy on diet and nutrition. Lower energy expenditure adds to the difficulty of weight maintenance and helps explain why people tend to re-gain lost weight.
I was really surprised that the damaging changes had happened so quickly," stated Dr. All content on this site may be copied, without permission, whether reproduced digitally or in print, provided copyright, reference and source information are intact and use is strictly for not-for-profit purposes. Diet fails to take into account the individual characteristics of those wishing to lose weight, by complying with the diet with health.
Several clinical studies have shown that low-carbohydrate diet tends to produce faster results than other weight loss diets low in fat. In 1997, the American Institute for Cancer Research analyzes of over 4500 diets and relevant studies for cancer. Vegetables, fruits and whole grains are low in protein and high in carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and dietary fiber. Ever since low-fat diets became the latest fad, fat has largely been shunned from most weight-loss conversations. Healthy fats can be important for achieving and maintaining healthy, sustainable weight loss. Sarah hopes to someday live much like the Grinch: high on a mountain top overlooking the villages. And don’t worry, this isn’t like those annoying click bait messages that fill up your spam inbox all day. These incredible foods can suppress your appetite for junk food and keep your body running smoothly with clean fuel and efficient energy.
Charles Klein recommends consuming more that that, if you can believe it – 1,500 to 1,800 calories per day.
Bjarne Jacobsen found that people who eat less than two slices of bread daily weigh about 11 pounds more that those who eat a lot of bread. Others who ate white bread were hungrier, ate more fattening foods and lost no weight during this time.
Jaya Henry of Oxford Polytechnic Institute in England, found that the amount of hot mustard normally called for in Mexican, Indian and Asian recipes, about one teaspoon, temporarily speeds up the metabolism, just as caffeine and the drug ephedrine do.
Add three cans crushed tomatoes, two packets low-sodium chicken bouillon, three cans water and one cup white wine (optional).
If you possess a significant amount of body fat, you can probably get away with a larger deficit in the early stages. Because the energy expenditure is minimal, however, it may account for less than one-third of the differences in the weight losses reported between high-protein or low-carb diets and high-carb or low-fat diets. But because glucagon is still in short supply, the body does not tap into its fat supply for energy. Post-exercise insulin secretion increases protein synthesis by increasing amino acid uptake in the muscles. My advice would be to consult a registered dietician or a nutrition specialist for specific diet recommendations based on your fat loss goals.
He also trains clients through Pinnacle Personal & Performance Training in Chesterfield, Missouri. When the body is exposed to a high-carb low-fat meal, the pancreas works hard at overshooting the secretion of insulin which then causes the excess to be stored as fat.
The diet is not recommended for pregnant and nursing, as well as people suffering from hypothyroidism and diabetes. On the contrary – they weaken quite successfully in the beginning but in the long term very often there is so called. The main disadvantage of low carb high protein diets is the limited range of foodstuffs as a result of which it becomes almost impossible to weaken to adhere to such a diet for a long time. And, moderate amounts of saturated fat in particular may not be bad for your heart, which means restricting fat intake may not help your health or your waistline. He says you will still lose weight quite effectively at that intake level without endangering your health. Add only skim milk to it and try doing without sugar – many people learn to love it that way. An average sized grapefruit has 74 calories, delivers a whopping 15 grams of pectin (the special fiber linked to lowering cholesterol and fat), is high in vitamin C and potassium and is free of fat and sodium.
The peppers’ metabolism- raising properties worked like a charm, leading to what Henry calls a diet-induced thermic effect. John Foreyt of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, found that dieters who ate a bowl of soup before lunch and dinner lost more weight than dieters who didn’t. Rich in iron, beta carotene and vitamins C and E, it supplies most of the nutrients you need.
The type of protein, carb, and fat must be considered as well as how the body processes them.
Insulin also enhances blood flow into muscle, thus facilitating the removal of lactate and carbon dioxide. Even if your goal is to gain weight (muscle), there are certain dos and don’ts the dietician can address. Although it is allowed to eat cream and butter, keep them for occasions … if weight loss goals. Their forthcoming meals restore glycogen (especially if high glycemic) and the cycle keeps repeating. With different varieties available, the firmer tofus are goof for stir- frying or adding to soups and sauces while the softer ones are good for mashing, chopping and adding to salads. The fact is, contrary to official advice by our diet dictocrats, high-fat diets lower blood sugar, improve blood lipids, and reduce obesity. Proteins (proteins) in which such a diet is particularly rich, certainly burden the work of the kidneys. I am not a Registered Dietician so I cannot offer you specific advice on what you should be consuming. However, the latest studies show that markers of renal function did not change significantly.
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