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The Diet Delusion

by Gary Taubes

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0091924286, Paperback)

Where mainstream nutritional science has demonised dietary fat for 50 years, hundreds of millions of dollars of research have failed to prove that eating a low-fat diet will help you live longer. Nutrition and obesity scientists have struggled to make sense of the paradox that obesity has become an epidemic, that diabetes rates have soared and the incidence of heart disease has not declined despite the fact that society is more diet and health aware today than generations ago. "The Diet Delusion" is an in-depth, scientific, groundbreaking examination of what actually happens in your body as a result of what you eat, rather than what the diet industry might have you believe happens and is essential reading for anyone trying to decide which diet - low-fat or low-carbohydrate - is truly the healthy diet. For years we have been deluded by the dieting industry. Now it's time to find out the truth.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 03 Aug 2015 09:08:45 -0400)

Whilst low-fat diets have been sold as the route to health, obesity has become epidemic, diabetes rates have soared and heart disease has not declined. This book examines this paradox and debunks the popular misconceptions on health, taking a hard look at the corporate world of the diet industry.… (more)

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