Scientists from Australia tested diet with a low carbohydrate and high fat intake on mouse over a period of eight weeks, and the result is weight gain by 15 percent and doubling the fat.
“Paleo diet” can cause weight gain and be one of the reasons for getting diabetes, a new study found, but immediately doesn’t come across as the target of disputing, writes British “Telegraph”.
By warning people to avoid diets that are based on fats, researchers from the University of Melbourne said that a diet low carbohydrate and high fat is actually dangerous to health, despite the fact that you will not lose weight.
“We were told to eat zero carbohydrates and a lot of fat in ” paleo diet “. We tried modeling it mimicked it, but we did not see positive results. In fact, they were bad. The final result is that a high intake of fat is not good, because such diets are becoming increasingly popular, and there is no scientific evidence that they are successful, “said Professor Sof Andrikopoulos.
“Paleo diet” first appeared in 2001 by Lauren Korda in doctor and has since been massively popular in America. Professor of the department of health at the University of Colorado, says people should eat what the cave people ate – meat, fruits, vegetables, seeds, and that they should avoid modern food – sugar and process food.
But one of the recent studies on this diet that was carried out on experimental mouse showed that he had become glucose intolerant, had elevated levels of insulin in the blood and double its increased percentage of fat. The study is published in the “Journal Nutrition and Diabetes”, but the results are contested by users of “paleo diet”, including the chef Pete Evans.
“The media and health organizations once again hold of a straw. This time, the study was performed on the mouse – yes, on a mouse! You must ask yourself the question … who finance these studies, whether this university professor or have any connection with any pharmaceutical or multinational funding? “Wrote the famous chef on Facebook.
Professor Andrikopoulos, an expert on diabetes, defended the study, saying that mice share genes with humans and have a similar psychology.
“I do not think you can give a blank statement that the diet will be beneficial to all and I think that the circumstances, the people, their lifestyle, their exercise regimen, their genetic code vary and that much affect nutrition and health. For example, Pete Evans is poor guy who exercise every day and have time to eat organic things. Some people do not have it, “he said on ABC.
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