A balanced diet can include both carbs and fats—the key is to distinguish healthy carbs and fats from unhealthy ones. Confusion over carbs and fats began decades ago when researchers linked a diet high in saturated fat to cardiovascular disease. That shift has contributed to an epidemic of diabetes and obesity, since refined carbohydrates tend to be as bad as or worse than saturated fats. Watch this video now. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.
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