Participants who followed a very-low-carbohydrate diet lost a little more weight and attained lower diastolic blood pressure in the long run than did those who were on a low-fat diet, according to a review in the British Journal of Nutrition. However, those in the very-low-carb group also showed higher increases in both good and bad cholesterol levels compared with the low-fat group, researchers said.

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