Diets that are based on reducing carbohydrate intake have a faster effect, but are not as effective in the long term as diets that reduce fat in the diet, the AFP agency reads, an American study reads. Research published by the New England Journal of Medicine has shown that a diet that reduces the intake of carbohydrates (carbohydrates) has a faster effect, while, in the long term, a diet that reduces lipids (fats, especially of animal origin) ) is healthier for the heart and vessels.
But the specialists concluded that diets that reduce the amount of fat are healthier than those that eliminate more carbohydrates (bread, pasta, potatoes, etc.) from the diet.
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May 28, 2007