A new Cochrane review concludes low carb diets are no better than any other for weight loss or reduction of cardiovascular risk markers. But once again, we need to realize that they improperly define low carb and make sweeping conclusions that don’t apply to true low-carb eaters.

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In this video, we discuss how to fundamentals of nutritional diets breakdowns. Nutrition Comprehensive Healthcare Series.

We discuss NPO (nothing per mouth), clear liquid, full liquid, mechanical soft, regular soft, low fiber (low residual), high fiber (high residual), fat restricted, high-calorie, high protein, carbohydrate consistent, sodium restriction, protein restricted, vegan and vegetarian diets.

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