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In this KETO CRAZY, SUGAR IS EVIL nutrition world, many will find this hard to believe. They’ll think it’s a hoax. They’ll look for loopholes and ways to argue against what turned out to be a highly recommended intervention at Duke University for over 4 decades. That’s because they don’t know their history. And knowing your history is important in politics, religion, social issues, and, yes, even nutrition. If you don’t look at historical approaches to diet and weight loss you’ll be a sucker for every “new” trend coming down the pipe. Like modern low carb approaches. Or modern high carb approaches. Folks, EVERYTHING has been tried before. Has been documented. And can be examined.
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Consider Kempner’s diet or Banting’s very low carb diet in the 19th century. Many of these “worked” in some sense. Then FASHION and FOOD POLITICS put them out of business, not their relative efficacy or ineffectiveness. In Case Of Accident My Blood Type Is Dr Pepper shirt. For example, back to KETO, in my only 25 years in the field, I’ve seen this kind of very low carb diet come around, and disappear, 2 times before the current craze. Does anyone honestly think it won’t happen again this time? If you do, you aren’t familiar with history. Look, I’m not anti-keto by any means. This isn’t even a post about keto. It’s about not being ignorant to history. It’s also about being a good coach. And knowing enough to see through hype.