February 2005 Issue
Low-Glycemic Trumps Low-Fat
In the Ongoing Diet Wars
One downside of dieting is that it slows metabolism, making it harder to burn calories and continue losing weight. But focusing on “good” carbohydrates rather than low-fat foods may curb the inevitable drop in metabolism that occurs when you cut back on calories.
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