Low-carb diets damage arteries
Professor Alan Maryon-Davis, president, UK Faculty of Public Health, said: "This research helps to back up the basic message that our diet should contain more starchy carbohydrate, not less.
"For long-term health at least one-third of what we eat should be bread, rice, potatoes, pasta or other starchy food."
WOO HOO! Now excuse me, while I go make Ina Garten's Linguine with Shrimp Scampi.