Long-Term Effects of a Very Low Carbohydrate Compared With a High Carbohydrate Diet on Renal Function in Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Trial

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URL: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/26632754/

Journal: Medicine

Publication Date: 11/2015

Summary: Compared with a traditional HC weight loss diet, consumption of an LC high protein diet does not adversely affect clinical markers of renal function in obese adults with T2DM and no preexisting kidney disease.

Key Takeaways

High protein low carbohydrate diets are typically used for weight loss, but there is speculation about high protein diets having adverse affects on kidneys. This study showed that high protein low carbohydrate diets did not have negative effects on kidneys in patients who were obese with type 2 diabetes and without preexisting kidney disease.

High Protein Diets Do Not Damage Kidneys!

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