I'm looking for a good explanation of the common explanation in the Paleo/Low Carb community on the ability to consume Saturated Fat safely as long as insulin spiking carbohydrate is not done in the same time frame. Most specifically a description of the physiology of the process.
any links to articles etc appreciated.
The Art and Science of LowCarb Living written by Drs. Phinney and Volek. Written by doctors for doctors so it gets a bit dense and technical, but a really good explanation of physiology and bio-chemistry involved in low-carb.
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