Stanford’s Christopher Gardner Tackles the Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat Question
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Low-Fat Diet Dangers
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Dangers of an Ultra Low Fat Diet
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Do Low Fat Diets Decrease Testosterone Levels?!
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The Dangers of a Low-Fat Diet
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DANGERS OF A LOW FAT-DIET
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Low Fat Diet Myths
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Low fat diets have also been linked to the thinning of hair, decreased energy, decrease in mental clarity and even infertility! Many people avoid fats to reduce cholesterol levels, when actually a balance of the good healthy fats are needed for healthy cholesterol balances and to keep your HDL cholesterol (the “good” cholesterol”) levels where they need to be. Low-Fat Diet: Why Fat-Free Isn’t Trouble-Free. Think Good Fat, Not Fat-Free.
If you eat three servings of low-fat ice cream, at 3 grams of fat and 250 calories per serving, you’re eating 9. Research (here and here for examples) shows that a low fat diet can really reduce the amount of testosterone in your system. So, if you want to be bouncy, strong, and sexy – put that olive oil on your salad, and add that coconut cream to your curry. The low-fat diet is very high in carbohydrates.
Excess carbohydrates are turned into fats in the liver, which raise blood levels of triglycerides, an important cardiovascular risk factor. 3. The Low-Fat Diet Discourages Consumption of Healthy Foods. Animal foods that are naturally high in fat tend to be healthy and nutritious. The main fat in their diet, though, was not the saturated animal fat common in countries with higher rates of heart disease.
It was olive oil, which contains mainly monounsaturated fat. This finding produced a surge of interest in olive oil and the “Mediterranean diet,” a style of eating regarded as a healthful choice today. This type of fat comes mainly from animal sources of food, such as red meat, poultry and full-fat dairy products. Saturated fats raise high-density lipoprotein (HDL or “good”) cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (LDL or “bad”) cholesterol levels, which may increase your risk of cardiovascular disease.
Low-fat diets are known to alter serotonin function. They might decrease the fats in nerve-cell membranes, impairing serotonin receptors. An ultra-low-fat — or very-low-fat — diet allows for no more than 10% of calories from fat. It also tends to be low in protein and very high in carbs — with about 10% and 80% of daily. Forget The Low Fat Food Diet And Eat The Right Fats Instead.
While a low fat food diet isn’t good for you, just eating any fat you want is just as bad. You need to chose the right kind of fats to include in your diet. Avoid saturated fats and trans fats. These are as bad or worse than no fats. Low-fat cookies, muffins and other pastries: Read the nutrition facts panel to compare low-fat and regular varieties.
The regular ones may be a healthier choice with less sugars and other.
List of related literature:
|from Everyone Eats: Understanding Food and Culture|
|from Diet and Health: Implications for Reducing Chronic Disease Risk|
|from Nutrition: Science and Applications|
|from The Setpoint Diet: The 21-Day Program to Permanently Change What Your Body “Wants” to Weigh|
|from Practical Handbook of Soybean Processing and Utilization|
|from Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Epilepsy|
|from In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto|
|from DeVita, Hellman, and Rosenberg’s Cancer|
|from Health Psychology|
|from Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies, MyPlate Update|