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by Kiera Aaron
Men’s Health

More evidence suggests that a high-fat, low-carb diet is better for weight loss than a low-fat diet, according to new research presented yesterday at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine in Denver.

The results aren’t shocking—we’ve told you to Stop Blaming Fat for years. Still, some news sites are reporting that saturated fat might be bad over time and to only indulge in fatty foods occasionally. We disagree. These results are more evidence to support the idea that fat isn’t the nutritional monster it’s been made out to be.

The study: Researchers at Johns Hopkins University studied 45 obese or overweight subjects who followed either a low-carb or low-fat diet to see if fat has a negative effect on the heart. The low-carb group had a diet of 40 percent fat and 35 to 40 percent carbs. The low-fat group had a diet of close to 30 percent fat and 55 percent carbs. Both groups ate about 1,600 calories a day.

Low-Carb = Faster Weight Loss

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