Dietary Fat Intake as Risk Factor for the Development of Diabetes – (02-24-03)By
Dietary Fat Intake as Risk Factor for the Development of Diabetes
Let’s see…increased animal fat is a risk factor for diabetes? This may seem like a no-brainer, but I’m sure the Atkin’s diet people are out there scratching their collective heads saying that they thought high protein helped control insulin levels. Well, maybe lean proteins and wild game may contribute to a healthy lifestyle, but there are no good nutritionists on the planet that would agree that higher animal intakes protect against any chronic diseases.
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