Is low carb an extreme diet?

Is low carb an extreme diet?

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  1. Daniel
    Completely agree with you. The problem is that people think it's extreme because they don't understand how harmful refined carbs are. And also don't understand how effective low carb diets are.
    They've been brainwashed for 50 years. I think it's more extreme to try to diet eating the foods that make you hungry, but that is what people do.
  2. Geraldine
    Truth! I am 70 years old, working an extremely physical and mentally demanding job and can honestly say that it is due to my low carb high fat diet!

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