The “Carbs are Bad for You” Myth | (False Advertising Series)

The carbohydrate-insulin model (CIM) says that increases in body fat are caused by excess consumption of carbohydrate, which then disrupts normal insulin metabolism leading to weight gain and weight-related illnesses.

According then to the carbohydrate–insulin model, low-carbohydrate diets would be the most effective in causing long-term weight loss.

Is is true though? Is weight gain caused by eating too many carbs, increasing our insulin hormone, leading to more fat storage and therefore can we lose and keep off all the weight by saying no to them?

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Coach B.

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