Why You Should Do The Opposite Of What Official Health Advice Recommends
May 3, 2017 | Prevention | C.Wilson
"People have told me what I do is dangerous. They have walked away from me at meetings," says David Unwin, a doctor practising in Southport, UK. Unwin suggests to his patients with type 2 diabetes or who want to lose weight that they do the opposite of what official health advice recommends. He advises them to stop counting calories, eat high-fat foods -- including saturated fats -- and avoid carbohydrates, namely sugar and starch. Telling people to avoid sugar is uncontroversial; the rest is medical heresy.