For the most part there is a lot of profit motive in picking one side or the other in any debate on health issues.
Health is a billion dollar industry which is not only dominated by big Pharma but also medical researchers hoping for grants and book publishers to name a few places where the money flows.
The following study appears to be free of bias and just presents the facts.
You be the judge and tell me what you think.
The long term effects of low carb, higher fat diets have frequently been questioned but an eight year, randomized controlled study provides further evidence that low carb diets can be healthier than low fat ones for people with diabetes.
The study, carried out by researchers at The Second University of Naples compared the effects of two calorie restricted diets on participants with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes. In both diets, participants kept to a 1,500 calorie intake for women and 1,800 calories for men.
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