Less Fat and More Fiber is Key

Many promoters of fad-diets, including Atkins, Sears (Zone Diet), and Agatston (South Beach Diet) have claimed high-carbohydrate diets promote obesity. The rationale given is that such diets, particularly if they have a high glycemic index (GI), cause an over stimulation of insulin production, which stimulates appetite, leading to excessive hunger and overeating, and the carbohydrates being conver...

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