Last updated on September 14th, 2017
Discussed on the podcast this week were the role of sardines in an LCHF diet, the connection of sugar consumption to markers of obesity, and a comparison of low-carb and low-fat diet-results in an interesting new study.
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Call it the “Too Many Sweets” theory. This theory plays into stereotypical images of over-weight people eating big slices of cake, or piece after piece of candy.
But how much truth is there to the “Too Many Sweets” theory of obesity?
If so, why does this happen? Does it matter if the diet is low carb or low fat? What can we learn about such individual variance that might be useful?