Jun 12, 2019
What does the research support when it comes to our current nutritional guidelines?
What about with regards to dietary fat and carbohydrate intake?
Dr. Zoe Harcombe quickly discovered that our current dietary guidelines are outdated and not supported by science.
Instead, the research is proving that just the opposite is true -- following a low-carb, high-fat diet is the key to better health.
Dr. Harcombe discusses why that is and she digs deeper into understanding food cravings, especially those for sweet and carb-heavy foods, in this episode.
You’ll also learn how to stop overeating, what it takes to improve public health, and why she transitioned from being a vegetarian for 20 years.
If you’re not familiar with Dr. Harcombe, she has a Ph.D. in public health nutrition and has authored six books, including, Why Do You Overeat?, The Obesity Epidemic, and Stop Counting Calories and Start Losing Weight.
In this podcast episode, you’ll get to hear a condensed version of her top principles from several decades of research.
Listen in now to learn more about how rewriting our nutritional guidelines can drastically improve health, combat cravings, and promote weight loss.