Pending answers to important questions such as whether to produce further reduction in carbohydrate intake would be additional benefits, concentrations of plant-based low-carbohydrate diet high in vegetable proteins and oils may be an effective option in the treatment of patients with dyslipidaemia, for both weight loss and LDL-C concentrations, therapeutic goals are, the authors conclude erektiohäiriöt pillereitä .
David J. Jenkins, Michael’s Hospital and the University of Toronto, Ontario, and his colleagues tested the effects of of a low-carbohydrate diet high in vegetable proteins from gluten, vegetables, cereals and vegetable oils among overweight men and women with high LDL cholesterol levels. A total of 25 participants were randomly assigned to consume this diet – the ‘Eco – Atkins ‘diet for four weeks vs 25 participants ate a control high in carbohydrate, high in carbohydrate, lacto-ovo vegetarian and based on low-fat dairy and whole grains. Study food was distributed to the participants at 60 % of their estimated calorie requirements are available. – Of the 47 participants who began the study, 44 completed the four-week period. Weight loss was similar about 4 kg or 8.8 pounds in both groups. However, lowering LDL-C levels and improvements in the ratios between total cholesterol and HDL – C were greater compared to the low-carb diet with a high carbohydrate diet. The low-carb diet also seemed positive changes in levels and ratios of apolipoproteins, proteins, fats produce tie. In addition, small but significantly greater systolic see and diastolic blood pressure for the low-carb vs. High-carbohydrate group. Continue reading