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    Experts create new 'science based' low carb diet!

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    Eddie
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    Experts create new 'science based' low carb diet!

    Post by Eddie on Sun Mar 05 2017, 23:40

    Trials showed huge medical improvements for type two diabetes patients

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    "The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has released a book outlining their new low carb, high protein diet, which they say will help you not only lose weight, but be healthier on the whole.

    Associate Professor Grant Brinkworth, who co-authored the diet plan, explained to Daily Mail Australia that the new diet is low in carbohydrates but high in protein and unsaturated fats - a big turnaround from more traditional diets.

    While both groups lost a significant and roughly equal amount of weight, results show the low carb group had a number of extra improvements, including a reduction of 40 per cent in the amount of medication they needed to take.

    According to Associate Professor Brinkworth, the research also showed people could easily adhere to the diet, as it was quite flexible in nature - allowing for carbs, snacks and sweet treats.

    'We're not saying no to carbs, just putting limit on them,' he explained. 'We would recommend high fibre, low GI cereal and bread. The diet allows for 50 grams of carbs a day."

    The low carb good news gets better by the day. For many here the fight for the low carb cause has been long, but nothing worth winning was ever won easily. Raising a glass to you guys.

    More on this new article here  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4276794/CSIRO-launches-NEW-low-carb-diet-plan-backed-science.html


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    Re: Experts create new 'science based' low carb diet!

    Post by graham64 on Mon Mar 06 2017, 22:28

    'We're not saying no to carbs, just putting limit on them,' he explained. 'We would recommend high fibre, low GI cereal and bread. The diet allows for 50 grams of carbs a day."


    So it is low carb then Cool , not sure about the bread and cereal though with only 50g carbs daily it's got to be small portions


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    Re: Experts create new 'science based' low carb diet!

    Post by Paul1976 on Mon Mar 06 2017, 23:04

    @graham64 wrote:
    'We're not saying no to carbs, just putting limit on them,' he explained. 'We would recommend high fibre, low GI cereal and bread. The diet allows for 50 grams of carbs a day."

    not sure about the bread and cereal though with only 50g carbs daily it's got to be small portions

    Sounds like the 'Trafalgar Square pigeon diet' to me-Think I'll stick to my fry ups. Very Happy


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    Re: Experts create new 'science based' low carb diet!

    Post by chris c on Mon Mar 06 2017, 23:06

    Hehe, when more or less mainstream sources start coming on board there's something big going on.

    I'm waiting for Walt Willett and his awesome moustache to come out and say "of course we believed this all along" while the dummy Frank Hu sits on his knee gazing up at him adoringly.

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