Coverage from Science magazine, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett and Dariush Mozaffarian
Coverage from the Forum at HSPH, featuring Frank Hu and Dariush Mozaffarian
Coverage from NBC News, featuring HSPH’s Lu Qi
The journal Annals of Internal Medicine recently published a paper suggesting there is no evidence supporting the longstanding recommendation to limit saturated fat consumption. Media reporting on the paper included headlines such as “No link found between saturated fat and heart disease” and articles saying “Saturated fat shouldn’t be demonized” springing up on social media.
Coverage from The New York Times, featuring HSPH’s Dariush Mozaffarian and Frank Hu
Coverage from WGBH news, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett
Coverage from Renal and Urology News, featuring HSPH’s Edward Giovannucci
Coverage from New Scientist, featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett
Coverage from NBC News, featuring HSPH’s Lilian Cheung
How might a high-protein, low-carb diet lead to weight loss more quickly than a low-fat, high-carb diet, at least in the short run?
- First, chicken, beef, fish, beans, and other high-protein foods move more slowly from the stomach to the intestine. Slower stomach emptying means you feel full for longer and get hungrier later.