Low Fat Diet Vs Low Carb Diet, Saturated Fat & Coconut Oil

Be My Friend www.myspace.com Joe’s website www.nutritionaustin.com The Study http Low Fat Diet Vs Low Carb Diet, Saturated Fat & Coconut Oil Is a low fat diet really good for weight loss and cholesterol levels? A new two year study found that a low carb diet and the Mediterranean diet were more effective for weight loss and cholesterol than a low fat diet. Better Body Clinical Nutrition Joe Stickland, ACN Applied Clinical Nutritionist This video was produced by Psychetruth www.myspace.com www.youtube.com psychetruth.blogspot.com ¬© Copyright 2008 Better Body Clinical Nutrition. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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    25 thoughts on “Low Fat Diet Vs Low Carb Diet, Saturated Fat & Coconut Oil

    • Boeu13

      It probably has saturated fat then, which is unhealthy. Highly processed foods are not always bad, it just depends on what’s involved.

    • Sparisi1122

      Ahh, one of the few people who don’t buy into the lipid hypothesis bullshit.

      I did for a while and always felt like shit and my skin was a mess. Now I eat mostly saturated fats along with of course enough EFA’s. Now I feel better than ever.

    • fabulous7

      Well, glad to see there’s someone else out there who is logical about what they cook with… it seems like most of the world is quite disinformed.

    • borderlinebuddhist

      olive oil and the fat in tuna, chicken, soy and occasionally eggs.
      i eat red meat like… every other week.

    • bundleHastings

      Listening to the radio I just heard a “science reporter” state that beef is bad cos of saturated fat.

      1. Over half the fat in beef is unsaturated — the same fat as in olive oil
      2. There is no clinical evidence that saturated fat is bad for us, , anyway!
      3. There is no clinical evidence that saturated fat causes high cholesterol, , anyway!
      4. There is no clinical evidence that high cholesterol causes heart problems, anyway!

    • canadianwargod

      I use coconut oil but would never cook with it. Your still damaging the oil and whatever you are cooking with it if your frying. You wanna get healthy? stop using a frying pan! If you are browning your food, your doing so for reasons other than health.

      Even Bruce Fife the coconut oil king says not to cook with coconut oil. Add it to your food after cooking.

    • Christie204

      Actually, coconut oil is the only oil you can cook at high temperatures that does not turn rancid. You can use it for deep frying and you are not damaging the oil. Happy cooking1

    • canadianwargod

      Try eating some meals raw. Steam or bake the meals you must cook. Anything but fry. I have no idea what your eating so there’s not much else I can suggest. Main point would be to not brown whatever your cooking.

    • joelsjunkemail

      The only fat that I would stay a way from is any thing hydrogenated. Or fat that has gone rancid then deodorized and bleached then dyed such as vegetable and corn oils.

    • therawfooddiet

      It’s fantastic to see your video!!! Great learning, great stuff!!! Don’t forget to watch my videos!!!

    • tickyul

      I am just so sick of the phony science that is put forth as nutritional advice. Uh, mineral and vitamin deficiencies from a meat, egg and vegetable diet……..that is funny. Animal products are nutritional powerhouses, same goes for veggies. Uh, DUH, what would you rather live on if you had one choice, EGGS or PASTA? I hope your said eggs, because if you did not you would get very sick on that crappy pasta or whatever junk the so called experts push. Man evolved and thrived on meat and veggies!

    • WOB1010

      You think just maybe that teaspoon of coconut oil once a day is the reason hes 20lbs overweight?

    • zegonzales

      Another vegetable source of unsaturated fat is Dendê Oil , found is some foods in Brasil.

    • LAXislifeTK

      i really only cook with coconut but i eat olive oil on my foods. Trans fat is not healthy and I am also not a fan of polyunsaturated fats. monounsaturated and saturated are the way to go and ive been eating meat and monounsaturated fat for the last year and haven’t been healthier.

    • mokugin81

      The Thing Is If U Eat Fat-butter, olive oil, coconut, cacao, whatever- in the same meal with high carbs foods like grains, beans, fruits its more likely you burn the carbs foe energy and store the fat as your pancreas wakes up and produces insulin thats whats makes u store fat.. My friend Zoe Harcombe explains deeper in her youtube videos and book Stop Counting Calories, start Loosing Weight. Good Luck everyOne

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