Do High Protein Diets Really Cause Early Death?
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While other studies have shown that diets high in protein can actually help aid in weight loss and a healthier lifestyle, this new study seems to be contradicting. According to the new study, high-protein diets may help you lose weight and build muscle, but too much will cause an early death. According to Longo, these diets were made with a short term vision and people never really knew what affect these kind of high-protein diets would have after a while. On a high-protein, high-fat diet you can lose weight, but in the long run you may be hurting yourself. The main point stated in the report is that high-protein diets lead to increased levels of IGF-1 .
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Meanwhile, medicos kept pushing to lower those cholesterol numbers. Instead, those who really bothered to look beyond the low/no-fat dogma realized that there were two major root causes for increased heart issues and diabetes, both related to processed foods, which all the no/low-fat foods were and are. The real culprits include processed fats such as margarine and hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated cooking and salad oils, all of which are essentially toxic and inflammatory. That inflammation has been a major factor for creating cardiovascular problems. Add this to the constantly increasing sugar and high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) dosing of most processed foods, even those that aren’t sweet, and the real sources of obesity, heart disease and diabetes are in full view.
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