This is prompted by the latest health presentation I've got through at work that is basically advocating a high fat low carb diet called the banting way. It's basically a 19 slide powerpoint that says we've been given the wrong advice for years and it's not fat that makes us fat but too many and the wrong type of carbs. It basically advises to completely remove sugar from your diet and eat eggs, fish, meat (not processed), nuts, some fruits etc. Basically a high fat, medium protein, low carb diet avoiding things like bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, porridge, all confectionery containing sugar and carbs, all oils other than olive, coconut and macadamia oil. What's people's thoughts on this, good advice? I tend to avoid anything with a red symbol in the fat and saturated fat labels on packaging but not look so much at the sugar one, maybe I'm looking at it all wrong? Thoughts?