Thanks for the link, it is interesting - although I'm not sure if the author's credentials are any better than Dr. Fung's, so I'll suspend judgement on this.amz155 wrote: ↑Jan 7th, 2019 7:47 amInsulin isn't the cause of obesity. You have to be careful of myopic zealots who may and try and convince you otherwise though. Fung is one such charlatan to beware of.
What do you mean that there's no doubt that reducing sugar is good? For who? Which type of sugar? From what level down to what level? Context needs to be known prior to making broad statements
For anyone that wants to read up on insulin:
https://weightology.net/insulin-an-unde ... eputation/
Re: sugar, reducing intake should be a given. It includes white, brown, refined, unrefined... I doubt anyone would claim that sugar is good for you! Given the % of people who are obese, and the prevalence of sugary foods, there is an obvious connection. Of course, it's not the whole story of the obesity crisis, but it's part of it.