A Low Carb, High Fat diet reduces blood glucose levels which decreases the chance of developing insulin and leptin resistance.
A well-formulated low carbohydrate diet improves blood glucose and lipids and reduces bodily inflammation without medication.
Carbohydrate restriction induces the process of keto-adaptation, refining the body’s metabolism and allowing the burning of excess body fat.
There is no evidence for the claim that eating saturated fat causes heart disease.
Cholesterol is a molecule that is vital to human life. Eating saturated fat increases the size of LDL Cholesterol and raises levels of HDL Cholesterol.
Glucose can be produced by the liver from fat and protein and does not need to be ingested as carbohydrates in our diets.
Low Carb, High Fat should not be viewed as a short term diet but as a long term lifestyle change.
Of the three macronutrients in our diet (protein, fat and carbohydrates), only carbohydrates are non-essential for human life.