I don't get why Public Health England are allowed to say "The evidence tells us that we need to eat more starchy foods, such as potatoes, bread, pasta and rice, as well as fruit and vegetables to increase fibre consumption and protect bowel health".
It completely ignores the harm that is caused by high IGF-1/insulin/blood glucose levels.
For years they've been saying we can't advocate a low-carb diet because we have no evidence of the long-term impact. Well, we have evidence of the harm of fructose, and high-Gi foods, but it's okay to keep advocating those? It doesn't make sense!