Swedish Doctor Explains Science Behind Low Carb High Fat Diets
October 2nd, 2011 | Food Facts, Our Food, Andreas Eenfeldt, diabetes, diet, grain-free, health, LCHF, low-carb, natural, paleo, Swedish
More and more information is coming out about the dangers of eating a diet high in carbohydrates. People are finally waking up to the fact that the past 20 years or so of the low-fat fad have created more obese people and kids than our world has ever seen and have put an incredible strain on our health systems, creating a huge “red market” in human body parts. It is hard to imagine that simply going back to eating more traditional foods could solve a lot of our world’s problems, but it can. Eating LCHF not only is good for our economy, but it is good for our mental stability and reduces aggression and violent behavior. Just imagine…we can eat our way to a peaceful world!
LCHF (Low Carb, High Fat) means you eat less carbohydrates with a higher proportion of fat. The most important point is to minimize your intake of sugar and starches. That way you can eat other delicious foods until you are satisfied – and still lose weight.
A number of recent high quality scientific studies show that LCHF makes it easier to lose weight and control your blood sugar. And that may just be the beginning.
The epidemics of obesity and diabetes are continuing to spread across the western world. Now we know why. Modern science has revealed our mistake.
The unnecessary fear of natural food has inadvertently caused us to eat more of the new food that can make us hungrier, make us eat more, make us fat.
Despite half a century of research there is still no evidence that natural saturated fat (like butter, eggs etc.) is anything but completely safe to eat. www.dietdoctor.com
Watch this video of Andreas Eenfeldt, MD at the 2011 Ancestral Health Symposium, as he explains the science behind eating Low Carb, High Fat diets. To get started on this diet visit his website: www.dietdoctor.com