It seems that the medical establishment still does not feel comfortable with suggesting low carb diets for people with heart disease. It seems that they are afraid of something or another.
Yet those of us who have followed low carb diets have found that almost without exception, the huge range of health benefits positively outweigh any inconvenience that we might suffer through restricting our diet by moderate amount.
This article I’ve linked to below goes through many of the different types of diets that could be called loosely low carb and covers many of the relevant points and studies in quite a comprehensive way.Google+
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