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- Posted: Thu, 03 May 2012 03:06:25 +0000
I'm interested in the research you cited. If you can provide the works cited of those articles. You don't have to provide a url just the works cited would be fine.
I had to re-retrieve all the articles manually, as for whatever reason I couldn't copy-paste from the document I used for my paper... Type it out? HAH. So, I've not included the sources I needed just to cite the counter-arguments or the movie I provided, nor Gary Taube's book Good Calories, Bad Calories, which is easily found in most libraries.
Along with the movie provided above, here are the references from my paper, in no particular order:
"Low Carb Vs. Low Fat." Harvard Health Letter 29.10 (2004): 4. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 May 2012.
Samuel Klein, et al. "Weight And Metabolic Outcomes After 2 Years On A Low-Carbohydrate Versus Low-Fat Diet." Annals Of Internal Medicine 153.3 (2010): 147-W.55. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 May 2012.
"No Increased Risk Of Coronary Heart Disease In Women On Low-Carb Diet." Geriatrics 62.1 (2007): 14. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 May 2012.
A. Sebastian, et al. "Metabolic And Physiologic Improvements From Consuming A Paleolithic, Hunter-Gatherer Type Diet." European Journal Of Clinical Nutrition 63.8 (2009): 947-955. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 May 2012.
S. Vinker, et al. "A Low Carbohydrate Mediterranean Diet Improves Cardiovascular Risk Factors And Diabetes Control Among Overweight Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A 1-Year Prospective Randomized Intervention Study." Diabetes, Obesity & Metabolism 12.3 (2010): 204-209. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 May 2012.
Frank B. Hu, et al. "Low-Carbohydrate Diets And All-Cause And Cause-Specific Mortality." Annals Of Internal Medicine 153.5 (2010): 289-W97. Academic Search Premier. Web. 2 May 2012.
That last one is important, especially for Sweet Murder. It is a study whose findings suggest a plant-based low carbohydrate lifestyle (not vegetarian, but more heavily based on veggies than meat) is optimal over one of purely bacon and eggs-type eating you see in Sweden.
Other resources I did not cite in my paper, but worth a look:
Wheat is an opiate- Track Your Plaque
And, I know I'm really beating this horse, but: please give some of your time to FatHead. It looks shoddy, and has some cheesy bits, but the argument on carbs and fats is well organized, presented and backed up. The fast food bit is kind of interesting, too.