Hold the bacon. Bring on the peanut butter.

If you're trying to cut carbs, it may be better for your health to eat more protein and fat from plant sources than animal sources, a new study says.

Scientists followed 85,168 women and 44,548 men for several decades. Participants completed food surveys and were scored based on their carb intake. Those who cut their intake the most limited it to about 37%-43% of calories from carbs, which is lower than what most people consume but not nearly as low as the famous Atkins diet advocates.

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