Does the brain need carbs?

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Low carb can be great for losing weight and lowering blood glucose. But isn’t it dangerous for the brain? Doesn’t the brain need carbohydrates in order to function?

We asked some of the top low-carb doctors in the world to give their quick and spontaneous answers, and made this video. Watch a segment above, where Dr. Sarah Hallberg answers (transcript).

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