Low Carb Keto Linked to Atrial Fibrillation (AFib): NEW STUDY

Low Carb Keto Linked to Atrial Fibrillation (AFib): NEW STUDY

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hey guys I’m back for another video and unfortunately I’m I’m really sorry to tell you this but low-carb diets that are now linked to atrial fibrillation I know this is this is really this is really scary because we’re gonna have to all go back to our high carbohydrate diets you know based on this study yeah I don’t even know why I need to do this video because this is ridiculous they did a study and they found a link between low carb and atrial fibrillation which is a problem of the heart couple problems with the study okay first of all is it’ll questionnaire is an observational study which is the least credible of all studies why because there’s an unlimited number of variables that could cause this they showed that the low-carb group increased risk for atrial fib by 16% if we compared to the high carb group if we compared the low-carb to the moderate carb group it was an increase in risk from two atrial fib by eighteen percent that’s pretty scary Wow increased by 16% or 18% and the researcher who led the study stated while the research shows an association okay it can’t prove cause an effect alright guys so what is the big problem with this study right here how they defined low carbohydrates their definition is forty four point eight percent of the total calories being carbohydrates guys that is not low-carb when you do keto you’re only doing five percent of the total calories being carbohydrates they’re doing it you know mere forty five percent that is a high carbohydrate diet so really the so called low carbohydrate study didn’t even evaluate low carbohydrates so basically what they do is they take a group of people who are consuming a high amount of carbohydrates and they split up into three groups and then they’re evaluating the relationship between high carb to high carb high carb behind car that’s what they’re doing okay and it’s very interesting because every week you see this new study that comes out that’s scaring people okay well this is completely false study because they’re putting doubt in people’s mind when they’re not even evaluating low carbs it’s actually kind of ridiculous I mean the next thing you know they’ll probably come out with something like I don’t know cheeto crotch where your private parts now have bad odor when you do keto or something like that that would be hilarious so you know my viewpoint on this topic I want to know your viewpoint what do you think about this video go ahead and comment down below

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about low carb diet being linked to atrial fibrillation. There’s a new study that shows the low carb diet increased the risk for atrial fib by 16% compared to the high carb group and 18% for the low carb compared to the moderate group. And the researcher of the study stated, “while the research shows an association, it can’t prove cause and effect.”
The biggest problem with this study is how they defined the low carb diet to which they said that 44.8% of the total calories being carbohydrates. BUT the truth is when you do the ketogenic diet, you are only doing 5% of the total carb.
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