Sometimes trendy diets aren’t always the most healthy ways to eat.
Right now keto and low carb diets are at an all-time high in popularity.Click here to learn how to get ultra-lean by eating a high carb diet (opposite of keto).
One of my aunts is now following a ketogenic diet.
When my family members, who never read about health and fitness start a diet, I know it has become mainstream.
If you study the longest living populations, they eat about the opposite of keto.
Here’s a video of a doctor examining what the people with the longest life expectancy eat.
In the video he explains that most of these societies eat plenty of starches and vegetables, but lower amounts of fats and protein.
He’s not the only doctor who feels we should eat this way…
One of the top longevity researchers in the world, Dr. Valter Longo, recommends that we drastically lower protein intake to age better and live a longer life.
I recently wrote a blog post about this research:
Lowering your protein intake is also ideal if you want to blast through a fat loss sticking point.
I discuss in more detail in this blog post.
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