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Carbohydrates Kill: The Bioscience of Low-Carb Diets

Makoto Natsui

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Abstract

A much-discussed work that sold 200,000 copies and ignited the “low-carb boom” in Japan. The author, a doctor, maintains a low carbohydrate diet himself and squarely refutes rumors that “low-carb is bad for the health.” The rationale for restricting carbohydrates is explained not only from medical and nutritional perspectives but numerous other viewpoints, including the history of consumption of carbohydrates. The experiences of many practitioners are also shared.

Author’s Information

Makoto Natsui was born in Akita Prefecture in 1957, and graduated from Tohoku University School of Medicine. He is Director of the Wound Treatment Center of Hikarigaoka Hospital in Nerima, Tokyo, and is famous for promoting a new treatment for wounds without using disinfectant and gauze.

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Released Date Oct 2013
Price ¥880
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Total Page Number 339 pages
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ISBN 9784334037666
Category Literature/Nonfictions/Culture/Humanities
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