Defense of the insulin-carbohydrate model redux: A response to Kevin Hall


Did the recent Kevin Hall study refute or strengthen the insulin–carbohydrate model of obesity? Here’s another excellent perspective, from Harvard nutrition professor Dr. David Ludwig.

Far from falsifying ICM, Hall’s study supports it. A more accurate summary than the one he gave at the abstract session might be as follows: “We found preliminary evidence for an exceptional effect of a very-low-carbohydrate diet on energy metabolism. This finding suggests that reducing carbohydrate may be advantageous to conventional approaches for weight loss maintenance…

Dr. David Ludwig: Defense of the Insulin-Carbohydrate Model Redux: A Response to Kevin Hall


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