Low Carb Diets And Obesity

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Low Carb Diets & Obesity in Perspective
By Damon Hayhow | Submitted On March 17, 2009

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Expert Author Damon Hayhow
Low Carb diets are Reckless and Dangerous?
The Medical and sports nutrition establishment are horrified by the concept of low carbohydrate and ketogenic diets. While studies are being released almost daily proving the superiority of low carb diets for fat loss, the medical establishment warns against trying them as the long term health risks are "unknown". Apparently it is a case of 'better the devil you know than the devil you don 't '.

Dangerous because we don 't know IF they 're safe
This fence-sitting attitude is an absolutely inexcusable disgrace! The devil we know - a devil only revealed as a result of the high-carb recommendations - is epidemic levels of obesity, diabetes, cancer, heart disease and depression. Is there any possibility of the unknown risk being worse than the sickness that the health department recommendations have caused? I think not!

There Might be Side Effects
It is the most patronising hypocrisy that the Medical community warn against using a treatment (low carb dieting) PROVEN to cure a disease state
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