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Gary Taubes: ‘Obesity isn’t a calorie problem, it’s a hormone problem’ – The Guardian

The author of The Case for Keto argues that conventional approaches to tackling obesity and diabetes aren’t working, and that low-carbohydrate diets could be the…

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ObesityThe author of The Case for Keto argues that conventional approaches to tackling obesity and diabetes arent working, and that low-carbohydrate diets could be the way forward
Sun 17 Jan 2021 14.00 GMT
Over the past two decades, the UKs rates of obesity and type 2 diabetes have spiralled, something that has invariably been blamed on our intake of saturated fat. Conventional nutrition science argues this leads to elevated cholesterol levels and a greater risk of heart disease, but journalist…

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