Do low-carb diets really do anything?

Do low-carb diets really do anything

Some fads never die. Low-carb diets were a thing in the late 90s and they’re still a thing now.

But why does this fad have staying power?

Is it because the touted benefits are real?

Or is that greasy, low-carb burger fried in snake oil?

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