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    Isabella Hochkeppel - A Healthy Low-Carbohydrate Diet.

    As we all know, low-carbohydrate weight-loss plans have become very popular. While these programs may help you lose weight, it is too soon to tell whether they are safe. In fact, low-carbohydrate diets that are high in saturated fat and red meat might increase your chances of getting heart disease or certain types of cancer.

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    The article has contradictory points, and there's no link between cancer/cardiovascular disease and saturated fat per se.
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