🍩 The Case for a Low-Carb Diet Is Stronger Than Ever


[8 min] One of the oldest and most stubborn stereotype about weight loss is the idea of "calorie restriction": less calories in, more calories out. This theory, born in the 20th century, has been proved faulty many times but stereotypes are really hard to die. In this article, nutrition researcher Dr. David Ludwig explains how his latest study questions conventional wisdom around weight. In particular, the study showed that the type of calories consumed affect the number of calories burned, challenging the long-standing dogma that all calories are alike to the body.


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