Using new study to back high-fat, low-carb diets is flawed logic


PJB/Getty “Low-fat diet could kill you,” reported The Telegraph. The origin of this surprising message was the publication of the innocuous-sounding Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) study. Its results “challenge decades of dietary advice“, said the Daily Mail. Many low-carb, high-fat campaigners likewise saw it as public vindication of their non-mainstream mantra. Aseem Malhotra, author of a recent book on low-carb diets, said that it was time for “a complete U-turn” in the UK’s approach to official advice on what to eat. Big claims, but did the results justify them?
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