Seems medical researchers are progressively coming to the realisation that the case against dietary fat is baseless.
Let’s hope more people with the power to change the the dietary recommendations realise the tide is turning and try to get in front of the wave.
The only problem I have with this is that Dr Hamdy recommends LESS THAN 40% dietary carbohydrates.
People who are not gifted with invincible insulin sensitivity need to do whatever it takes to achieve normal blood sugars.
For people with type 2 diabetes this is likely to be less than 20% carbohydrates (or less than 25% insulinogenic calories).
A type 1 diabetic might need to drop to 5 to 10% carbohydrates (or less than 20% insulinogenic calories) to get off the blood sugar roller coaster.
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