Originally Posted by BendtheBar
Not a shocker to me.
Have you seen the documentary Fat Head, or read the book Good Calories, Bad Calories?
The guy in the documentary ended up eating things like fried cheese, veggies in heavy cream, etc., and low carbs and his numbers jumped down.
The movie also mentions how carbs inflame the arteries and cause all sorts of health problems that are normally associated with fats.
Hadn't seen the documentary or read the book, though I want to. I will have to find the article, but there are some published medical reports showing that it is actually carbs that contribute the most to cholesterol build up not fats.
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