Why do conventional low-fat, high-carb diet recommendations often lead to insulin resistance, fatty liver and heart disease? And why could doing the opposite be a good idea for avoiding these diseases? Here’s a good new article explaining it.
If you’re carbohydrate intolerant, there’s only one way you can go; insulin resistance, expanding waistline, obesity, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes await you.
Noakes says: “And that’s the point when we’re talking about nutrition. Nutrition is not the issue. It’s the patient. And you’ve got to fit the diet the patient. People just don’t seem to get it; If you’re insulin resistant you cannot eat carbohydrates.“