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22 October 2012

Noakes on carbohydrate intolerance

According to Prof Tim Noakes there are two types of people: those who can metabolise carbohydrates effectively and those who can't. How do you know if you are intolerant to carbs?

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The high-fat, high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet has enjoyed much of the media spotlight over the last few months and one of its greatest advocates has been sport scientist Prof Tim Noakes. 

According to Noakes there are two types of people: those who can metabolise carbohydrates effectively and those who can't. Could you be intolerant to carbs? How do you know?

Health24 sat down with Noakes to chat about carbohydrate-resistance and good and bad fats.

Watch the video here:




- (Health24, October 2012)

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