Plant-based Atkins diet

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DESCRIPTION: study discovered that males and females eating low carb diet plans live significantly much shorter lives, however what about the "," a plant-based low carb diet? Have a question about this video? Leave it in the remark area at and I'll try to address it!

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  1. It’d be wonderful if you could post it to this specific video on nutritionfacts. org. This way more people benefit from the response, and I can actually provide you with links (which I can’t do on Youtube). Thanks!

  2. The Fung study is carefully controlled and as good as nutrition research gets. All of your biomarkers are second-tier. Low carb is never able to lower LDL, which is widely considered the best biomarker for heart disease. High LDL, regardless of particle size, is linked to increased risk for heart disease.

  3. This video ought to be viewed by all members of the plant based community; it has the potential to unite instead of divide our movement; by showing that the real cause of degeneration and disease is the consumption of animal products!  

    1. I think lower fat is best but still no over eating. More green Leary’s the better off

    1. +Justin C. G. Garrett It was between a meat based Atkins diet(original) vs a plant based Atkins diet

  4. Question: Was it High Fat and High Protein in both cases? If so, that may be a cop-out. I have seen it in many criticisms of “atkins”. My interest is in a simply High Fat and Low Carb diet. From what I understand, they are fundamentally different.

    1. freedomsadvocate plant fats like nuts and seeds have insane amounts of protein, so to meet fat needs you would have to eat alot of nuts or seeds.

  5. I went from high carb veg to low carb veg and my RLS has finally gone away…. I’m not ravenously hungry all the time and i just feel so much better. I’m sticking with it.

  6. Thank you for all of the diligent work! I love watching your videos to learn more about the newest studies on nutrition.

    I follow Eco-Atkins diet for the most part. I don’t do the protein as high (80g instead of 120) but I keep my carbs between 100g-128g and my saturated fat between 11-13g. My father’s family has problems with blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes and my mother’s is full of those whiskey drinking and bacon eating old folks that live forever lol. I’m not quite 30 but… I’d rather not test my 50/50 shot. Preventative medicine! I eat a mostly whole food diet that focuses on low GI/GL foods and eats higher carb stuff as a treat or snack. That being said I have a deep fondness for sweet potatoes and I love that they are in season!!!

  7. Ok, but what about comparing it to the standard plant based diet…???
    How did they do comparing to them…?

  8. I am curious about Seitan. I make it without oil just chickpeas, organic vital wheat gluten. Vegetable broth and spices. I have been following a wfpb diet now for 5 years. I’ve just been told recently that seitan Is not recommended and should be avoided in a WFPB diet. Why?

    1. It’s not a whole food but it’s relatively healthy. It’s eaten alot in East Asia by Buddhist vegetarians, and sometimes as an appetizer by ordinary people.

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