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169. CALORIES IN VERSUS CALORIES OUT

This contribution is by Judy Barnes Baker and I am most grateful to her for permission to re-post here. The original can be seen at http://carbwars.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/calories-in-versus-calories-out.html   Ask anyone and they’ll tell you the solution for obesity. Eat less; move more. Our collective weight problem would go away if all the overweight people just quit eating more calories than

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167. HUGE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE NEW GOVERNMENT TO DEVISE A RADICAL HEALTH POLICY (PART 2)

In part 1, I described how there is a real scope for reducing the expenditure on drugs and many medical procedures which make little contribution to improving health and very often do more harm than good. In this blog the emphasis will be to focus on the potential for curing and preventing diseases by making

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107. Support for Diets High in Fat and Low in Carbohydrates Gathers Momentum

There is a growing body of scientific evidence and personal experience which demonstrates that the high content of sugar and refined carbohydrate foods is one of the main factors responsible for the rapidly increasing levels of obesity and diabetes. This in turn increases the risks of conditions such as heart disease, cancers and Alzheimer’s Disease.

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66. BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION REPORT ON SATURATED FAT

According to the latest report prepared for the British Heart Foundation there is not enough evidence to support the current dietary recommendations to reduce saturated fat(SFA) and increase polyunsaturated fats (PUFA) in order to reduce the risk of heart disease(1). This finding should come as no surprise to anyone who has bothered to keep up

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