I guess awriter destroyed the last thread. Starting a new one. Hopefully people will ignore her messages here, and we will have some real discussion.
It shows that temporary leptin resistance can develop due to high triglycerides. As it affects leptin penetrating the Blood-Brain Barrier. This one should go away as soon as TGs reduced.
TGs go high on a high fat diet but don't remain high for long. While they don't go too high on a high carb diet but remain high for much longer.
Also leptin resistance affects on a really long term basis.
So a high carb diet that keeps TGs high constantly will cause metabolic syndrome.
There has to be a catch because Kitavans don't get metabolic syndrome. I guess we need to wait for his further messages.