low fat diet

What's the best way to eat if you're trying to lose weight? For years, doctors and dietitians have encouraged us to eat less
Many Americans have discovered the Paleo Diet, named after Bud Paleo, a prehistoric entrepreneur who started a chain of fast food mammoth burger restaurants back when all food was not only pure, but a lot of it could run really fast and then kill you.
While the Mediterranean diet is naturally low in animal and saturated fats, it's also high in healthy monounsaturated fats
Now, don't get me wrong. I'm a big fan of the concept of Mediterranean eating, even though I've never seen anyone definitively define what "the Mediterranean diet" actually is.
An article just published in the New England Journal of Medicine claims that a Mediterranean diet is much more effective than a "low-fat diet" in preventing cardiovascular disease. A careful reading of the study reveals that this is simply not true.
Having the honor of speaking all over the world about health gives me an awesome opportunity to see what sticks with my audience and what doesn't. If there's one tip that seems to have the greatest stickiness and impact, it's "avoid the three B's."
For more than two decades, many commentators have discussed and cussed so-called low-fat diets and gotten away with talking nonsense. It is time to look at some facts.
A staggering volume of evidence suggests eating wholesome food and mostly plants will help you live long, and well.
Western medicine usually prescribes a pill or other laboratory made medication to help cure. Yet the idea that food and dietcan help the body heal itself is a concept thousands of years old.
A new study comparing the Atkins diet, a Mediterranean diet and a low-fat diet published on July 17 inThe New England Journal