Study: Eat Fats, Avoid Carbs


fat-stomachThrow all your diet books out the window-again. A new study financed by the National Institutes of Health found that people who shun carbohydrates and consume more fat will shed body fat and have less cardiovascular risks.

The study followed 150 men and women of all races for a year while they were limited in the amount of carbs or fat they could eat. In the low-carb group, participants had lost an average of eight pounds more than the low-fat group. Read more at The New York Times.

{Andy Newscenter}


  1. depends how many carbs….eating under 150 carbs a day is bad for you…your body takes protien from your muscles and uses that for engery instead of glycerol stores, this conversion has a biproduct of ketones….not good for you
    eating the right carbs like whole grains and fruits and eating good fats and protiesn….moderation is key

  2. Oh this is great news! I always knew I could fress without having to worry. Although I do get stomach cramps every now & then.