Could Your Healthy Diet Make Me Fat
In the article Could Your Healthy Diet Make Me Fat written by David S. Ludwig published on November 28, 2015 is about how diets may be genetically-influenced yet eating less processed carbohydrates is still the most effective advice. Ludwig argues that all diets must be personalized to be the "right" diet for a person. He mentions an Israeli study found insulin-30 levels to best predict how a person's diet may influence weight gain. This measured a person's insulin level 30 minutes after eating. Ludwig cites this study as a major source of information on how preconceptions of "healthy food" could be fattening or bad for some people therefore person-specific diets are for the future, but currently to emphasize the quality of carbohydrates to prevent obesity.
David Ludwig, MD, PhD. (n.d.). Retrieved December 2, 2015, from http://www.childrenshospital.org/researchers/david-ludwig
Ludwig, D. (2015, November 28). Could Your Healthy Diet Make Me Fat? Retrieved December 2, 2015, from http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/29/opinion/sunday/could-your-healthy-diet-make-me-fat.html?comments&_r=0