Ketogenic Diet May Be Actually Harmful to Your Health
Recent research, performed by Sara Seidelman, a cardiologist and nutrition researcher from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, USA, finds that diets which ban entire food groups from the eating plan, for example, ketogenic diet, may actually harm your health.
The research included eating patterns of more than 447,000 people from many countries around the globe. The analysis showed that popular keto diet that strictly limits intake of carbohydrates is one of the diets that may bring long-term harmful consequences. Other diets that should be included in this category are paleo diet, Atkins, Dukan, and whole 30.
Maciej Banach, a professor at the Medical University of Lodz in Poland who helped write the study, says: “Our study suggests that in the long-term, [low-carb diets] are linked with an increased risk of death from any cause, and deaths due to cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular disease, and cancer.”
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