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The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health.

One co-author reported receiving royalties for books on the management of diabetes (which were used by members of the online social media group surveyed for the study). Two other co-authors also reported receiving royalties related to books on low-carbohydrate diets and books on nutrition and obesity in general, and another reported an ownership interest in companies using low-carbohydrate principles. Other co-authors reported financial relationships with Virta Health, Atkins, Merck, and AstraZeneca.

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“They said, ‘If you broke a bone, we could give you a wheelchair, but you didn’t — so, we don’t think your insurance will cover it,’” she recalled. Instead, after signing a waiver agreeing to pay whatever her insurance didn’t cover, they gave her a pair of crutches to use while in Portland to give a speech.

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