Why Gwyneth Paltrow's no-carb diet for children makes perfect sense →

March 14, 2013 |

The Guardian:

For half a century we have been told to avoid saturated fat, even though there is no good evidence that fat is inherently fattening. By diligently avoiding it, we have ended up replacing whole, unprocessed foods, such as red meat and butter, with starchy carbs of the highly refined and processed sort, often containing added sugar. Net result? We're getting fatter.

Great article.