High-fat Ketogenic Diet for Weight Loss

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by Paul Fassa
Health Impact News

Ever since the inception of the high-carb low-fat diet for heart health promoted in the U.S. since the 1960s, obesity has continued to climb exponentially. For over a half century, health “authorities” have claimed that consuming saturated fats would make you fat.

It’s not true.

Despite national compliance to the lipid theory for heart disease dogma from media, medicine, and government, obesity rates among the low and no-fat consumers have climbed exponentially, even among young children, and heart disease has remained the number one cause of death from disease.

Fat Dogma Diminishing Slowly as Processed Carbs and Oils Truth is Revealed

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Pablo, 27, says his survival after terminal diagnosis is down to special diet

Pablo Kelly was given months to live after doctors found a terminal tumour in his brain.

He rejected chemotherapy in favour of a specialist, meat and fat-heavy diet and is still alive two years later.

At 25 years old Pablo, from Wrangaton, was diagnosed with stage 4 glioblastoma multiforme – a terminal brain tumour. Due to the tumour’s position in Pablo’s brain it was also inoperable.

“I was devastated,” Pablo said.

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Study Compares American Diabetes Association Low-fat Diet to High-fat Ketogenic Diet for Helping Diabetes: Ketogenic Diet Wins

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Health Impact News Editor

A study published in April 2014 compared two diets with overweight diabetic people.

One group ate the standard recommended diet by the American Diabetes Association, which was a low-fat, high carbohydrate, restricted calorie diet, as per the USDA dietary guidelines for a “healthy” diet. This group was assigned a “registered dietician with several years of diabetes education experience.” The group was encouraged to eat a diet that was 45-50% carbohydrates, while restricting calories and fats. As per the study: “the diet includes high-fiber foods (such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes), low-fat dairy products, fresh fish, and foods low in saturated fat.”

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