carbohydrates

  1. Heart Disease study finds it's time to chew the fat

    Anti-fat frauds eat humble pie

    Vincent Van Gogh and I must be kindred spirits, because I was never shocked by the story that he cut off his ear -- I was surprised he left the other one alone.

    He only sold one painting during his life, and there are only so many times a guy can be put down... or called a crackpot... before he starts to lose his marbles. It's just more proof that we geniuses usually have to die before we're appreciated.

    But, brother, I'm sure glad I stuck around for this.

    It turns out the same self-righteous health Nazis who have been attacking my "Eat Meat Not Sugar" war for decades are now eating a big old slice of humble pie -- and I can't shove it down their throats fast enough.

    A new study out of New Zealand proves once and for all that the greatest threat to your heart isn't your love handles or that T-bone grilling on your barbecue -- it's the processed sugar Big Food is tossing into your Keebler cookies and TV dinners by the shovel-full.

    Researchers from the University of Otago have concluded a massive analysis of 48 years' worth of research... literally every study they could get their hands on... and the evidence is clearer than a Beverly Hills swimming pool.

    Sugar is unleashing mass murder around the world.

    When researchers compiled all the data, they found that your sugar intake is the single greatest predictor of heart disease, regardless of what you weigh. It causes high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, and just about any disease you can imagine. It's no wonder folks on the low-fat, high-carb diet are dropping dead in their 50s.

    The verdict is in, and the anti-meat, low-fat health nuts have been proven wrong once and for all. It's time to switch to a high-protein low-carb diet that adds years to your life and gives anti-sugar crusaders like me the one thing my earless pal Vincent never got to experience.

    Vindication.

  2. Low-carb diet conquers diabetes, heart disease

    Anti-fat phonies take it on the chin

    Let me give you a quick health tip that could add 15 years to your life. When you're looking for nutritional advice, don't trust a guy who's uglier than a monkey's armpit.

    I'm talking about that fella who's so darn bony, you could play "Taps" on his rib cage. The one whose hair is as brittle as burnt straw, and whose skin is so waxy, Madame Tussaud's ought to put him out on exhibit.

    He'd rather put a gun in his mouth than a steak -- in fact, he'll tell you it's practically the same thing.

    Well, it's time to give these malnourished "health" Nazis a piece of unfriendly advice they're going to have no trouble following.

    Drop dead.

    In fact, these anti-fat crusaders may be keeling over by the millions according to new research just published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The two-year study found that doctors who prescribe low-fat diets to diabetics aren't just sentencing them to early graves -- they're committing malpractice, plain and simple.

    Researchers divided diabetics into two groups -- those on low-fat diets, and those sticking to the protein-rich, low-carb diets I've been recommending for years. And only the delicious, low-carb diet helped REVERSE inflammation and the deadly markers of diabetes and heart disease.

    And you can bet that the low-carb folks, chowing down on tasty pot roast, grilled chicken, and fish, were a LOT happier than those anti-fat saps eating tofu-covered rice cakes.

    This study is being published just two months after researchers from Cambridge University -- you know, the academic backwater where Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin went to school -- concluded that saturated fat IMPROVES your health and can turn back the tide on literally dozens of today's deadliest diseases.

    Even the American Diabetes Association has finally seen the light and is recommending low-carb diets to folks looking to kick the insulin habit. The ADA and their army of clueless meat haters spent DECADES attacking protein pioneers like me and Dr. Bob Atkins.

    I'm still waiting for an apology -- and it's too late for Dr. Atkins to get his.

    If your doc is still a card-carrying member of the anti-fat cult, do yourself a favor and print this article for your next appointment. There's a good chance he doesn't read anything that doesn't have a Big Pharma logo on it.

    And if you're looking to control your blood sugar and give your ticker a new lease on life, start loading up on meat and tuning out the health nuts.

    Because most of them are uglier than a mud fence -- and their advice isn't much prettier.

  3. Diabetes doubles pancreatic cancer risk

    A study proves that poor blood sugar control could leave you with one of the deadliest cancers known to mankind.
  4. Leading scientist says mainstream's anti-fat message is all wrong

    A leading heart researcher reveals that there isn't a link between dietary fat and heart disease, and that the "evidence" used to make the bogus claim is full of flaws.
  5. "Mostly vegan" researcher backs study attacking meat

    Why did the leftist mainstream media refuse to report that the author of a new study blasting meat is "mostly vegan"?
  6. Carbs in new dementia link

    Seniors who eat the most carbs have a 400 percent higher risk of cognitive impairment -- while those who eat the most fats and proteins have a lower risk.
  7. Diabetes drug Actos in new link to bladder cancer

    The latest research confirms the growing evidence that the diabetes drug Actos can dramatically increase your risk of bladder cancer.
  8. How carbs wreck your skin

    Most cases of acne at any age are caused by diet -- especially sugar and the rest of the carbohydrate family, and a leading dermatologist confirms it.
  9. Fats are your friend

    After years of urging people to nibble on bunny chow to stay thin, the mainstream is starting to come around. Now, some of the leading minds in the world of nutrition say it's not fat you need to worry about -- it's the carbs.
  10. Cancer-causing carbohydrates

    So far, not a lot of research has been done to specifically pinpoint what a high-carbohydrate diet's effects are on developing the most feared of all diseases: Cancer.

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