correlation of nutrient density with carbs, fat, protein, insulin load, saturated fat and cholesterol

Reducing the amount carbohydrates tends to improve nutrient density. Nutrient density seems to peak at between 10 and 30% insulinogenic calories. Monounsaturated fat from foods like olive oil, avocados and nuts seems to be correlated with higher overall nutrient density. Higher protein seems to be correlated with improved nutrient density. Cholesterol, polyunsaturated fat and saturated …

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