Coming to one or more of your favorite blogs’ comments section soon, if the messianic crusade on Peter’s Hyperlipid blog is any indication. The comment thread in question begins here. He has also hit Dr. Eades on this post (there’s no comment links, but the comments in question begin at 25 April 2009, 23:24). Now, Stephan’s blog. In a nutshell, from one of his comments: HED = high-carbs + high-fat + high-calories HED = SAD – sugar – HFCS – PUFAs – TFAs I’m not going to recount all the specifics, as those are contained in the comments — over and over — if you’re interested. I’ve said before that I don’t think carbohydrate is the primary problem (for those without type 2 or borderline, or obsese), and the Kitavans and other H-G groups seem to prove that. In that regard, this HED does seem to eliminate at least some of what migh destroy a high-carb munching Kitavan’s health, i.e., refined sugar, high fructose corn syrup, processed vegetable oils (HEDers seem also not too fond of omega-3 PUFA — the Ray Peat influence) and trans fatty-acids. He has also posted that lots of the low-carbers ignore the Kitavans, which is…
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