Have you been living a low-carb life? Diets that switch carbohydrates for protein or fat - think Atkins, South Beach, paleo, keto - are popular largely based on claims that they lead to weight loss and reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes.
However, new research suggests that replacing carbs with animal fat and protein, as most low-carb diets do, is linked to a shorter life span.
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