Diets based on moderate carbohydrate use are best for human health. According to a study published in the Lancet magazine, the mortality risk, when the diet consists of about 50-55% carbohydrates, is much lower than diets that depend on more carbohydrates
. involving 15,400 people in the United States who were dieting. Eating schedules in which carbohydrates amount to less than 40% or more than 70% of the food intake have a bad effect on the health of the majority of the persons interviewed.
The diet that counts for a small number of carbohydrates, and where fat and protein stocks come mainly from vegetable sources, are much healthier than low-carbohydrate diets that are heavily dependent on animal proteins and fats
. "The replacement of carbohydrates by more vegetable fats and proteins can actually (Keto), which is based on a low-carbohydrate diet, increases the risk of diabetes," said research leader Sarah Seidelman