Who Needs Carbs

managing an LCHF lifestyle in Israel

In the wake of the cottage boycott …

(June 23, 2011)

I read many low-carb sites and forums (in other languages​​, didn’t find any in Hebrew …)

I found this article by Dana Carpender, the author of several low-carb cookbooks. In the article she answers the question why the “decision makers” still claim that sugar is OK but fat isn’t. They’ve started to understand that it’s better not to continue to claim that sugar is “okay”, thank God, but fat is still the “villain”.

Unfortunately, it’s not only in the U.S. that economic interests are priority, but in most of the world. 😦

And I day dream … Imagine a supermarket or a grocery store where maybe more than two thirds of the products will no longer be on the shelves … Maybe we won’t have to hear the sad commercials about children with concentration difficulties or annoying ones about erectile dysfunction drugs, etc. … 🙂

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