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The Case for a Low-Carb Diet Is Stronger Than Ever

A new, major study supports the “Carbohydrate Insulin Model” of obesity

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The Problem

Most people have trouble staying on a weight-loss program.
Of those who stay on a program, most don’t lose much weight.
Of those who do lose weight, most regain it in 1 or 2 years.




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Dr. David Ludwig

Dr. David Ludwig

Physician, Nutrition Researcher, and Public Health Advocate. #1 NY Times bestselling author ofALWAYS HUNGRY? and ALWAYS DELICIOUS

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