O que Emagrece Mais? Diminuir Carboidratos ou Gordura na Dieta?

A Public Health Collaboration, organização do Reino Unido dedicada a divulgar dados científicos sobre alimentação, fez um apanhado de todos os ensaios clínicos randomizados em que dietas de baixo carboidrato (com menos de 130g de carboidratos por dia) são comparadas com dietas com baixa gordura (com menos de 35% de gorduras ao dia).

Ao todo foram compilados 54 estudos, onde em 2 estudos os resultados foram iguais no emagrecimento, em 5 estudos, dietas de baixa gordura foram mais efetivas e em simplesmente 47 (QUARENTA E SETE) estudos, as dietas de baixo carboidrato foram mais efetivas no emagrecimento. Ou seja, do total de ensaios clínicos randomizados (o mais alto nível de evidência científica) sobre dietas de baixo carboidrato e baixa gordura que encontramos na literatura, o primeiro apresentou melhores resultados em 87% dos estudos.

Será que reduzir gorduras para dietas focadas em emagrecimento ainda é uma boa opção? Qual sua opinião?

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