Healthy Countries Consume More Fat, More Animal Protein, Fewer Carbs, New Study Finds

Healthy Countries Consume More Fat, More Animal Protein, Fewer Carbs, New Study Finds

A new study examining food consumption in 158 nations found that a higher consumption of fat and animal proteins was associated with decreased risk of heart disease. Meanwhile, more carbohydrates—especially more wheat and cereals—were associated with higher rates of cardiovascular death. These data are the latest to confirm that the U.S. government’s high-carbohydrate diet is quite likely not the best advice.

USDA Aims to Add Transparency to the Dietary Guidelines

USDA Aims to Add Transparency to the Dietary Guidelines

The announcement is good news, because it signals that the USDA and HHS are committed to increasing transparency in the Guidelines’ process, which in 2015 became a political battle field, riddled by activist agendas and corporate interests.The Nutrition Coalition will submit public comments, and we encourage you to make your voices heard in this important process.

The Hill Op-Ed: Congress, stop government from dishing out bad dietary advice

The Hill Op-Ed: Congress, stop government from dishing out bad dietary advice

Americans’ lack of physical fitness is affecting everything from our military, who are struggling to find enough recruits who are fit to serve, to rising costs in treating diabetes. As a personal trainer and wellness consultant, I believe exercise is critical for a healthy lifestyle. Yet, despite how much time and effort people invest trying to get in shape, they rarely meet their goals.

From A Scientific Perspective, The Evidence Overwhelmingly Supports The Idea That A Diet Low In Carbohydrates And High In Fat Is “Evidence Based.”

From A Scientific Perspective, The Evidence Overwhelmingly Supports The Idea That A Diet Low In Carbohydrates And High In Fat Is “Evidence Based.”

Prof. Noakes was actually acquitted on all counts last April, but the medical board is appealing its own decision. This letter does not address the many ethical issues surrounding the HPCSA’s actions against Prof. Noakes. We focus here exclusively on the question of whether the *LCHF diet he favors is “evidence-based.”