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Diet Doctor Team tries higher protein

What happens when you dined higher protein on a low-carb diet? Over the last three months, a number of us at Diet Doctor have been experimenting to find out. If you’ve been considering adding more protein to your low-carb diet, you might be interested to learn from our experiences and upshots. But first, why explore […]

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Red meat is not associated with heart disease, cancer, or early death

A new analysis of the PURE study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports no association between gobbling red flesh and the risk of early death, coronary thrombosis, cancer, or stroke. Does this study completely clear red meat’s reputation? The short answer? It does, and it doesn’t. Here’s why studies and research doesn’t […]

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Short-term fasting and LCHF are effective treatments for fatty liver

Today those in favour of the Dietary Science Foundation can be happy and proud. For the first time, we’re able to present the results of a study we have helped fund: studies and research of diet for fatty liver cancer. It has shown that 5:2 and LCHF diets can counteract fatty liver, thereby preventing liver […]

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Keto diet raises LDL — does this apply to you?

A recent study reports a significant rise in low-density lipoprotein( LDL) cholesterol for young, healthful gals following a ketogenic food. What do these results means for you? The study, be made available in the gazette Nutrients, randomized 17 wives to follow either a ketogenic nutrition( less than 25 grams of carbs and 77% from overweight […]

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Weak science puts meat in the hot seat — once again

Two recent studies claim feeing meat increases the opportunities of a host of afflictions, including dying. But these studies rely on low-quality evidence and aren’t reliable sufficient to meaningfully inform whether we should snack meat. We’ve handled the science behind eating red meat and continually conclude there is no quality data to advocate “youve been” […]

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New study claims red meat leads to heart disease

A brand-new observational study, published in The BMJ, claims to show an association between snacking more red flesh and an increased risk of heart disease. It likewise hints ingesting bushes — instead of animals — leads to better health. Unfortunately, this study is a repeat of numerous low-quality studies that have come before it and […]

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Do low-carb eaters burn more calories?

A new study depicts people can burn more calories on low-carb diets but only after their own bodies adequately adapts, which takes about two and a half weeks. We have handled the numerous studies from Harvard physician and researcher Dr. David Ludwig showing that beings devouring a low-carb diet have higher median energy expending than […]

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Men lose more weight on a low-carb diet than women — but why?

A brand-new study from the DIETFITS test, published in the publication Nature, shows that gentlemen lost more load and reported complying better with a low-carb diet than females. This analysis specifies helpful takeaways for clinicians about how attention to gender can affect nutritional counseling. The DIETFITS trial randomized over 600 parties to a “healthy low-carb” […]

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Meta-analysis finds keto diets are beneficial for type 2 diabetes

As interest in ketogenic diets continues to grow, we are seeing more refreshes analyzing the outcomes of existing visitations, including a study we covered last June. Now, a new meta-analysis of clinical contests looking at ketogenic foods exclusively in beings with sort 2 diabetes concludes that very low-carb diets significantly reduce blood sugar, promote weight […]