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Low-Fat-High-Carb and High-Fat-Low-Carb Diets Exert Same Health Benefits

So many diet fads, so little evidence of efficacy. The single most important thing about what one eats is to ensure that input (commonly defined as calories) doesn't exceed the energy expenditure needs of ones body. Some fad diets espouse the so-called benefits of low-carbohydrate intake, others the so-called benefits low-fat intake. The clinical evidence is quite clear that too little carbohydrate in the diet activates a stronger desire for food, in other words it makes one hungrier, and too little fat in the diet can wreak havoc on ones skin, nails, hair, and most importantly brain functioning. So what does one do then?? As I recently posted on my blog a healthy life extending diet is composed of a balance of macronutrients (protein, carbohydrate, fat) that is in balance with the energy needs of ones body:

BALANCE OF WHAT YOU EAT, NOT TOTAL CALORIES DICTATES HEALTH AND LONGEVITY

Now new clinical research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition demonstrates that whe…

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