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low-fat diet

  1. Kvothe

    Low-fat diets and testosterone in men: Systematic review and meta-analysis of intervention studies

    Keep the butter on the bread, especially if you're a white dude!? A meta-analysis on the effects of low-fat diets on testosterone levels. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0960076021000716 The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Volume 210, June 2021...
  2. haidut

    Low-fat, High-carb, Ad-libitum Diet Leads To Fat/weight Loss In Women

    About 2 years ago, I posted a controversial rat study which showed that the addition of large amounts of sucrose to the diet of rats did not lead to any weigh gain. Drinking Coke Freely Quadruples Calorie Intake WITHOUT Weight Gain The diet in the rat study above can be considered a high-carb...
  3. J

    Low Fat Vs Saturated Fat To Reduce PUFA Stored In Tissue: What Is The Best Strategy?

    I am a bit confused by the constant back and forth regarding PUFA depletion techniques (no fat) versus adequate saturated fat in ones diet. I understand self experimentation is the best way but am eager to hear some feedback from those who feel one is superior.
  4. burtlancast

    Life Supporting Substances - It's Rain Making Time, 2011-07-04

    Download link for the audio file: http://media.blubrry.com/itsrainmakingtime/p/itsrainmakingtime.com/_radioshows/110704Peat.mp3
  5. P

    Low-fat Diet 'better' Than Low-carb Diet For Getting Rid Of Body Fat

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealt ... f-body-fat the study www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/p ... 3115003502
  6. R

    How Much Fat Can You Et Away With And Still Be No Fat/low Fat?

    In terms of all the benefits of low fat/no fat benefits. How much fat can you get away with and still be considered low fat/no fat and get all the benefits? i know RP talks about like very very little when he mentions it so thats like under 10g a day. But is there a ceeiling and what is it?
  7. F

    Suggestions For Low Fat /no Starch Meals

    I know this is a boring question and I thank anyone who takes the time to answer it. I just need some good suggestions of low fat and no starch meals and snacks. I have eaten high fat and starch for so long it's really hard for me to just come up with appetizing food. I have seen many people...
  8. haidut

    Dietary Fat Intake Below 15% Depletes PUFA

    A human study. Obviously, a lower fat intake will increase PUFA depletion. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1345066/ "...No patient was EFA deficient before the onset of TPN. EFA deficiency was prevented when at least 3.2% of total calories were given as intravenous fat or at least...
  9. N

    Extremely Low Fat Diet

    Hey everyone, long time reader of Peat but first time on here. So I did a quick search and as far as I can tell, I didn't find anything on here about my question. Back in the day (1938) William Brown volunteered to go on an extremely low fat diet for 6 months and "he experienced an absence...
  10. Kasra

    Does A Low-Fat Diet Lower Free Fatty Acids?

    I've found some evidence that high-fat diets can increase fasting serum FFA, but surprisingly little on the effect of low-fat diets. Any insight on this?
  11. T

    Low-Fat Diet, Hypocaloric Diet, Weight Loss, Metabolism

    [ moderator edit: thread separated from PUFA Depletion Can (probably) Be Accomplished In 30 Days! ] ..... So I feel absolutely compelled to speak up here. Please understand that I don't have a scientific background or mind and I'm only relaying my personal results from my experiment. As a...
  12. S

    Anyone Done Low/nofat Enough Protein And Unlimited Sugar?

    Hello I was wondering if anybody has tried doing the fat deficient diet or low/no fat diet with enough protein 80-150g coming from good sources like milk, cheese etc but ofc skimmed milk etc. Since the body has a really hard time making fat from simple sugars found in fruit,milk, white sugar...
  13. R

    Downsides Of Very High Carbs, Low Fat?

    Are there any downsides of having your body turn your carbohydrates into saturated fat by consuming large amounts of carbohydrates and having your dietary fat intake a bit lower?