NO DIF­FER­ENCE IN LONG-TERM DIET EF­FECTS

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The con­stant flux in the aca­demic com­mu­nity – and arm­chair nu­tri­tion­ists, for that mat­ter – be­tween low-fat and low-carb di­ets can be dif­fi­cult to keep up with, but new re­search has sug­gested that, re­ally, there’s lit­tle point. Ac­cord­ing to a state­ment from the En­docrine So­ci­ety, the long-term ef­fects of th­ese di­ets and oth­ers are largely sim­i­lar: mod­est weight loss and po­ten­tial im­prove­ment in health risks. This doesn’t mean that pick­ing be­tween di­ets is ir­rel­e­vant, though – di­ets can be more or less ef­fec­tive de­pend­ing on per­sonal tastes and a whole host of other fac­tors.

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