I apologize if the title is slightly misleading. There is a plethora of reasons that I have written this post and I will address every single one of them. So please let me know how you take this. I think that many people already have begun, even many of the big names out there have, and always have. I know what this is like because the same thing happened to me. Technically it did work for a short period of time for my weight loss a few years ago, but not in the long term. We are basically replacing one dogmatic extreme, with another. I have reintroduced many foods with great success and in the end have felt much better with them included in my diet.
Our issue with carbohydrates aka carbs began with the industrial revolution. Mechanisation made flour and sugar, more affordable. Over the centuries our love affair with flour and sugar has grown to the point that much of the food we consume from these products bears no resemblance to the plants they were derived from. The backlash against carbs was inevitable. Eating a lot of refined carbohydrates has long been linked to an increasing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and obesity. In recent decades carbs, along with the other two nutritional building blocks — protein and fat, has swung in and out of favour. Most of our nutritional confusion has come from lumping all types of food in each of these groups together.
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