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New Trends in Low-Carb Diets Show that Old Wisdom Is not Always the Best

June 12, 2009: 08:30 PM EST
Conventional thinking about the links between cognitive function, vitamin intake, obesity, carbohydrate intake and calorie consumption and other common dietary factors should not be taken for granted when considering healthy eating, as seven new research studies show. One of the studies examines the "eco-Atkins" diet – and despite all the intricate details, shows that the traditional Atkins diet definitely works. Vitamin D is shown to be linked to better memory and is effective in guarding against skin diseases.
Jimmy Moore, "7 riveting new diet and health research studies for you to think about", Examiner.com, June 12, 2009, © Clarity Digital Group LLC d/b/a Examiner.com
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