Dr Sarah Low Carb Diets and Weight Loss pt 3

Is the weight-loss advice and information we’ve been getting helpful or correct? No, says Dr. Sarah Hallberg, medical director of IU Health Arnett’s medical weight-loss program.

The evidence, she says, is found in both the scientific studies of the past few years as well as 35 years of increasing obesity and diabetes rates in the United States.

Hallberg presents a lecture titled “Changing Our Message: Obesity and the Failure of the Dietary Guidelines,” This was originally presented on Sunday, September 21, at IU Health Arnett Hospital in Lafayette, Indiana. The presentation was free and all available seats taken.

In these videos, Dr. Hallberg discusses the problems with the current dietary guidelines, including the lack of solid science behind the recommendations. She also discusses the basic science and recent research findings of low-carbohydrate diets.


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  1. Where is the list of fat foods we are supposed to eat she rattled on for an hour and never talked about what you should eat just what you should not eat. Just give us the list of foods to eat.

  2. I can't believe I fell for the vegan hype and did it for 6 months believing them when they said I could reverse diabetes with pasta, beans and sweet potatoes. All it did was make me a diabetic vegan. Oh and give me neuropathy where I didn't have it before.

  3. Thanks, Dr Sarah. Audio wasn't the best, but the information was top-notch. Your entire presentation is what I've been telling people for years now. I'll forward them to your account here rather than keep repeating myself.


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