Although I must say that with regards to lipids a low carb diet can be deceptive. We take the average person on a high carb diet with poor blood lipids and then compare them to someone on a low carb diet with good blood lipids, we can't really tell who is actually healthier. I mean certainly lower carbs (10-30% of calories) are healthier with regards to blood lipids, but I don't think we can really draw the comparison because that low carber may or may not exhibit equally poor blood lipids given some time with more carbs. Your life insurance company doesn't know that though
Stabbing conventional wisdom in its face.
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