Here’s what happens to men who don’t eat carbs or sugar

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Here’s what happens to men who don’t eat carbs or sugar 

“Given the fact that low carbohydrate diets may be unsafe, it would be preferable to not currently recommend these diets.”

I have been saying this for years — but I was still surprised to see it finally written so clearly in a peer reviewed article by the mainstream.

I’m surprised because there is SO much anti-carbohydrate and anti-sugar propaganda in scientific and tabloid articles over the last 10-20 years.

But not only is high carb incredibly valuable…

…but low-carb diets are long-term dangerous and should not be recommended.

But let’s see how these researchers actually dared to question the conventional wisdom…and came to this unpopular (but correct) conclusion…

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The research was carried out at the Chinese Academy of sciences in Chaoyong in China. The results were published in The European Heart Journal.

Fat and carbohydrate are the two main sources of energy. 

Protein is another source of energy, but it’s really not a very efficient source for humans.

Both fat and carbohydrate have been blamed for the worst diseases of the modern world — obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.

Weight gain and obesity are often the first of these afflictions to appear. 

Body fat creates signaling molecules that cause the other diseases.

So weight loss is a good thing for people who are overweight and want to avoid type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, etc.

Well, low-carb, high-fat diets can help with weight loss.

There are numerous studies showing that these high-fat diets can help people to lose weight — at least in the short term.

In fact, the weight loss is due to people eating fewer calories.

When the calories are the same, these diets are not actually better than low-fat, high-carb diets for short-term weight loss.

What’s more, in the long term people tend to gain more weight on high-fat, low-carb diets. 

They also become more and more insulin resistant, and are much more likely to develop type II diabetes.

But what happens over longer time periods is even more important. 

What effects do high-fat, low-carbohydrate diets have on lifespan?

That’s what this study was designed to find out.

“Little is known about the association between low carbohydrate diets and mortality.”

So the researchers analyzed information from a study carried out in the United States between 1999 and 2010.

Almost 25,000 people took part in this enormous study. 

The participants filled out detailed food frequency questionnaires.

These food questionnaires were able to determine the quantity of fat and carbohydrate in the diets of all of the individuals taking part in the study.

The researchers broke people down into groups depending on how much carbohydrate they consumed as a percentage of their diet.

The study followed the participants for an average of more than six years

The study recorded deaths of any participants and the cause of death.

Low-carb dieters were much more likely to die from any cause.

Low-carb dieters were much more likely to die from cardiovascular disease.

Low-carb dieters were much more likely to die from cerebrovascular diseases like stroke.

And low-carb dieters were much more likely to die from cancer.

“Participants with the lowest carbohydrate intake had the highest risk of overall (32%), cardiovascular disease (CVD) (50%), cerebrovascular (51%), and cancer (36%) mortality.”

The researchers then looked at information from 9 other human studies. 

In total, they had data from almost half a million people.

The average follow-up time in this data set was over 15 years.

This even larger study showed that low-carb dieters had a 22% increased risk of death from any cause.

Death from cardiovascular disease was 13% higher in people on a low-carb diet.

Death from cancer was 8% higher in people eating a low-carb diet.

Low carbohydrate (usually high-fat) diets increase the risk of death from the most common serious health problems.

“We found unfavorable associations with low carbohydrate diets and overall and cause specific risk of death.”

That’s why these researchers were forced to conclude something I realized years ago…

“… low carbohydrate diets may be unsafe, it would be preferable to not currently recommend these diets.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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Here’s how to kick start your body into burning carbs and sugar again for better health and a better sex life 

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What is the biggest difference between youth and old age?


Young people are always full of energy and in great health because they have hot, high metabolisms.

They burn carbs and sugar for energy.

However, older men get cold and sluggish and their metabolisms slow down.

And they burn only fat for energy.

And this opens them up to weight gain, “rockiness” problems, diabetes, prostate issues, and even cancer.

So how do you restore a hot, high metabolism?

Simple — just use this sippy cup activity to kickstart your body into burning sugar again and enjoy better health and better sex life.


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Lower Carbohydrate Diets and All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality: A Population-Based Cohort Study and Pooling of Prospective Studies