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Old 03-02-2011, 08:09 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Many people fear fat to the point where when they go low carb they are hesitant to eat more fats than they did while eating with their normal diet. A 2500 calories, low carb diet would look something like:

175 g protein
25 g carbs
189 g fat

That's nearly 70% fat.

You could certainly eat a little more protein, but that still wouldn't drop fats under 60%.
Here is a shocker to most folks. I started this journey to bring my cholesterol down. I did so in 12 weeks eating super low carb and high fat/protein.
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