Can cutting refined carbs lead to less liver fat?
The CENTRAL trial looked at that question. The researchers randomly assigned 278 sedentary Israeli adults (mostly men) with oversized waists or high triglycerides and low HDL cholesterol to one of two diets with equal calories: low-fat or Mediterranean low-carb. (The study was partly funded by the Atkins Foundation.)
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