Originally Posted by Kabrich
The war on Saturated Fat is probably the biggest mistake in the history of nutrition.
1. In Europe, the markets with the highest percentage of saturated fat in their diet have the lowest rate of heart disease.
2. The Obesity Epidemic in the USA Started at Almost The Exact Same Time the Low-Fat Dietary Guidelines Were Published
3. Diets that Are High in Fat But Low in Carbohydrates Cause More Weight Loss than Diets that Are Low in Fat
4. The Diseases of Civilization Increased as Butter and Lard Were Replaced with Vegetable Oils and Trans Fats
5. The Obesity Epidemic Started as People Reduced Their Intake of Red Meat and High-Fat Dairy Products
6. In the Framingham Heart Study, Heart Disease Goes up as People Replace Heart-Healthy Butter with Toxic Margarine
As for correlation with laziness, you ever looked at France or Greece.....or even Mexico?
This guy knows what he's talking about. The less processed our food is typically the safer it is to eat. It is the FDA's job to ensure our food is safe to eat. As with any government agency they don't usually do a good job of that especially when big corporations are involved.
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