Carbs: Low vs. Lower

 

 

This was met with much backlash from the low carb cavalry, because, well, if low is good then lower must be better

I’m not anti-keto; but I’m not anti-science.  FACT.

 

“…some people are not genetically equipped to thrive in prolonged nutritional ketosis.” –Peter Attia

So, we have this: Ketogenic low-carbohydrate diets have no metabolic advantage over nonketogenic low-carbohydrate diets (Johnston et al., 2006)

It’s not a bad study.

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