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Thread: Low Fat vs Low Card For Weight Loss

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximus83 View Post
    Good post. Without having that particular study to refer to, I kind of reached the point about 3 years ago of just eat healthy food. For me, that also meant cutting a lot of crap food that tended to be unhealthy carbs, like chips, etc. Currently my wife and I follow the Mediterranean diet, which is a long-term proven diet (see here), is a joy to eat and prep food for, and we pretty much don't have to mess with all the specialized calorie/protein/carbs counting. It is not the fastest diet for 'weight loss', but it compensates by being long-term sustainable and probably the best overall for your health.
    Which is what I recommend to everyone not athletes looking for a specific effect. For general health, etc, that's the diet vast majority should follow, and the data continues to support that. It's not as exciting for radical as keto diets, etc, so ignored by many ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by maximus83 View Post
    Good post. Without having that particular study to refer to, I kind of reached the point about 3 years ago of just eat healthy food. For me, that also meant cutting a lot of crap food that tended to be unhealthy carbs, like chips, etc. Currently my wife and I follow the Mediterranean diet, which is a long-term proven diet (see here), is a joy to eat and prep food for, and we pretty much don't have to mess with all the specialized calorie/protein/carbs counting. It is not the fastest diet for 'weight loss', but it compensates by being long-term sustainable and probably the best overall for your health.
    There are no unhealthy carbs I can think of, it's just the way they are cooked / processed that makes them unhealthy.

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