Mediterranean Diet vs Keto [The Most Misunderstood Diet in The



What is the most misunderstood diet and why? With all the different diets and weight loss gurus out there, all promising that their diet is the best one, and constantly criticizing all the other ways of eating, it becomes really difficult to know which diet is the best diet for humans. Mediterranean Diet vs Keto, Which diet is healthier?

From the Mediterranean diet to Vegan Diet, to Keto, to Paleo, to Low Fat, to Weight Watchers! You might get overwhelmed with all the contradicting information, dozens of studies showing conflicting results, and your own personal experiences and beliefs around food. You might stick with some way of eating. Then one day you’ll hear that it’s the best diet in the world, the other day it’s the deadliest diet!

There is one diet, that is the most misunderstood diet in the world, and there’s a reason why it requires extra attention! I share a must-watch video that will clarify certain facts from fiction and put a dot once and for all. I answer the question, which diet is the best diet for humans and why?

I’ll look deep into the science to find the best diet, so listen carefully to not miss anything out.

When it comes to healthy eating, weight loss, and various different diets used to achieve it, there is one diet, that is the most misunderstood diet in the world. Everyone has heard about this diet at least once. Many people have tried it. Many people had great results following it. And yet, the amount of misinformation around it just puts so many people off. The media talks bad about this way of eating. Most doctors and dietitians don’t support this way of eating. Can you guess what this diet is?

The factors I’ll use to compare the two diets in this video are:
Does this diet look healthy?
Does it provide enough nutrients?
Is it a healthy balanced diet?
Does any part of the meal not have a purpose and could be replaced with something more nutrient-dense?
Is it satiating?
What effects does it have on your hormones?
What does the research show about this diet?
Is it good for weight loss?
Does it help you to improve your health?

There’s the one diet that is the most misunderstood diet in the world because of the amount of misinformation around it. And it is time to end it.

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Coca-Cola – a model of transparency in research partnerships?
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Long-term effects of a ketogenic diet in obese patients
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Comparison of energy-restricted very low-carbohydrate and low-fat diets on weight loss and body composition in overweight men and women
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Return of hunger following a relatively high carbohydrate breakfast is associated with earlier recorded glucose peak and nadir
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Mechanisms of nutritional and hormonal regulation of lipogenesis
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Genetic Evidence That Carbohydrate-Stimulated Insulin Secretion Leads to Obesity
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Effects of Dietary Composition on Energy Expenditure During Weight-Loss Maintenance
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Very-low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet v. low-fat diet for long-term weight loss: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
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An Isoenergetic Very Low Carbohydrate Diet Improves Serum HDL Cholesterol and Triacylglycerol Concentrations
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