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Old 03-04-2011, 08:44 PM   #46
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Originally Posted by BigFiveFive View Post
SO by keeping your carbs low(er) than that of the average person on a 2k calorie diet which is like 300g of carbs a day, so can thus maintain a healthy/active metabolism in later years of life

^That is like 30% a question, 70% a statement with no scientific research...lol
This is about right. There is actually science backing this up. Much of the science in the book Good Calories Bad Calories shows that those who never go carb crazy develop far fewer health issues and keep a healthier metabolism much longer.
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