2017: another record year for the Dietary Science Foundation, with two low-carb studies funded

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Here’s some good low-carb related news. The Swedish Dietary Science Foundation aims to do high-quality research on how to treat health problems using positive dietary changes. They’re very positive to the potential of low-carb diets and they’ve now completed funding for two studies involving low carb.

The first study will investigate the potential of a low-carb diet to improve IBS, and has already started. The second study will be the largest study ever to attempt to stabilize blood glucose in people with type 1 diabetes using a dietary change (i.e. fewer carbs).

2017 has been a great year for the foundation, as explained in the post below:

The Dietary Science Foundation: 2017: another record year for the Dietary Science Foundation

Full disclosure: I’m on the board of directors of the Dietary Science Foundation, though I’m unpaid and have no financial interests in the not-for-profit foundation.

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