Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

I don't think that, lacking definite proof of causality, basing advice on strong correlations would qualify in any way as bad advice or as "extremist". We know there are strong correlations at a populations level between eating relatively 'much' sugar, 'much' refined grains and relatively little lipids and many diseases. We don't have any data indicating ...


5

The only studies to my knowledge that have any correlation between carbohydrates and Alzheimers are epidemiological. In short they use survey data to find areas of study where more controlled studies should be performed to see if there is a true cause and effect relationship. The problem is that many people assume that correlation is the same thing as ...


0

From my understanding, which is admittedly basic, your body is producing new enzymes to more effectively mobilize lipids as an energy source during that two to four week period. Regardless of how much fat you put in before you have the necessary enzymes, your body can only process and use the fat at a certain rate. This is why it can be pretty horrible ...



Top 50 recent answers are included