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Title Catalyst : Low Carb Diet - Fat or Fiction?.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2014 November 13 at 20:00:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (29 min. 23 sec.) ; 177622527 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary Catalyst investigates the science behind the low carb diet. What are the health benefits and are there any risks? Is it suitable for everyone? Australian cricketer Shane Watson talks about how cutting carbs has helped him overcome his long-term struggle with weight. Recent research suggests it could improve the lives of people suffering from obesity and diabetes. We ask the international advocates, sports scientists and Australia's leading nutritionists - is it just another fad or is there more to cutting the carbs? PRODUCTION DETAILS: Series Producer Ingrid Arnott.
Audience Classification G ACMA.
Other author Demasi, Maryanne, host.
Arain, Zeeshan, contributor.
Brukner, Peter, contributor.
Brunsdon, Gabrielle, contributor.
Crowe, Tim, contributor.
Evans, Pete, contributor.
McGrice, Melanie, contributor.
Noakes, Tim, contributor.
Phinney, Steve, contributor.
Raab, Ron, contributor.
Samaras, Katherine, contributor.
Stapleton, Troy, contributor.
Watson, Shane, contributor.
Zinn, Caryn, contributor.
Subject Acetonemia.
Athletes -- Nutrition.
Carbohydrates in human nutrition.
Diabetes -- Diet therapy.
Lipids in human nutrition.
Low-carbohydrate diet -- Physiological effect.
Educational.