Study backs meals with one-third each of protein, carbs, fat

09/22/2011 | United Press International

A diet containing 65% carbohydrates causes several genes in the body to work extra hard, including genes linked to inflammation, type 2 diabetes and heart problems, a Norwegian study found. Meals comprising one-third carbs, one-third protein and one-third fat might help the body work best, researchers said.

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