I’d really appreciate hearing advice from you as I know you have a vast amount of knowledge. A friend has sent me the link below regarding low carb diets causing AF. I’ve changed my diet to low carb: moderate amounts of fat, beans, nuts, seeds, chicken, fish, colourful vegetables, some fruits, and kefir. I’ve done this after posting on here last week about being newly diagnosed with AF. I was advised to read as much as I could. So I’ve been reading lots of info on here and subsequent links, and other sites, books etc. I want to lose half a stone but more importantly I want to nourish my body with real whole food. I’ve ditched sugar, processed foods, flour, alcohol, artificially sweetened foods, caffeine, rice and pasta. I’d be pleased to hear what you think about this. I’m meeting my cardiologist for the first time in 5 weeks and would like to be making good choices before then, for the right reasons. Thank you. Here’s the link. dailymail.co.uk/health/arti...
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