…Well, they got it HALF right.
“The nation’s top nutrition advisory panel has decided to drop its caution about eating cholesterol-laden food, a move that could undo almost 40 years of government warnings about its consumption.”
- They still blame saturated fat, which is complete BULLOCKS.
- “The greater danger in this regard, these experts believe, lies not in products such as eggs, shrimp or lobster, which are high in cholesterol, but in too many servings of foods heavy with saturated fats, such as fatty meats, whole milk, and butter.” I repeat: bullocks.
- “Almost every single nutrient imaginable has peer reviewed publications associating it with almost any outcome,” John P.A. Ioannidis, a professor of medicine and statistics at Stanford and one of the harshest critics of nutritional science, has written. “In this literature of epidemic proportions, how many results are correct?”
- Taking this into consideration along with another of my posts about the epidemic of unreported and unenforced fraud in medical research might make you want to go eat a stick of butter like a corn on the cob.