I did McDougall (or at least his diet) long, long ago, and it drove me nuts because no matter how much I ate I was never satisfied, and to avoid the blood sugar roller-coaster I had to eat 6-8 times a day. I am infinitely happier and healthier as a keto-adapted, carb-shunning critter, and yeah, that's going to be what I recommend to other people with metabolic issues. But I can't ignore the fact that there are people doing the exact opposite of what works for me--and it's working for them. I don't have the science background to figure out why, but it is. So I can't just write it off as vegan quackery, even though life as a fat-free sugar-burner didn't work for me. For the folks who have a truly lousy time of it on low-carb, it may be a perfectly viable option.
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Dr Oz Show - Carbs cause Alzheimer's