Friday, 17 January 2014
Professor Grant Schofield - Low Carb and Public Health
This video features a lecture entitled “Low Carb and Public Health” by Grant Scofield (ProfGrant.com), Professor of Public Health at AUT University located at the AUT Millennium Campus. Grant’s research and teaching interests look at the basic biology and the experimental results of trials showing just how important the low-carb approach could be in helping us in the modern world with chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and neurological decline. Low-carb is way more than a handy weight loss method; it can be an important part of the solution to poor quality of life and increased population wide well being as you'll see in this presentation that was a part of the 2013 Low-Carb Down Under Seminar Series. Dietary Carbohydrate Modifies the Inverse Association Between Saturated Fat Intake and Cholesterol on Very Low-Density Lipoproteins.