My friend and I have been discussing the nutrition advice posted on http://www.radianthealth.org.
My friend believes that they may be onto something as his grandparents diet was similar to that on the site, and they both lived to be over 100. I, however, maintain that the advice is nothing but the latest diet scam appealing to those trying to rationalize eating high fat diets.
I particularly have a problem with the following line:
“The body will quickly adapt to a minimized carbohydrate diet and begin to manufacture the glucose it needs from the protein you eat and your own stored body fat.”
Is this even possible?
“your body can’t make more body fat from protein like steak and cheese because these foods contain little sugar (carbohydrates)”
I believe this to be a gross misrepresentation. Kinda like saying “your body needs sugars (carbohydrates) to produce fat, so don’t eat any sugars”.