Sugar Industry Diet Scam – The Attack on Fat

 

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Sugar Industry Nutrition Scam The Attack on Fat. Over the years several prevailing nutritional misnomers have spread like wildfire across America. For as long as we can remember, people have blamed the majority of America’s major health issues on several key dietary factors.

These include heart disease, heart attack. 50 Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat: The Two-Way Documents show that in the ’60s, the sugar industry funded Harvard researchers who, examining risk. Recently released internal documents from the sugar industry show that about 50 years of research has been biased by the industry; in the 1960s, an industry trade group called the Sugar Research Foundation (now the Sugar Association) paid researchers to downplay the dietary hazards of sugar while pointing to saturated fat as the culprit for coronary heart disease, shaping the conversation around sugar.

Sugar Industry Nutrition Scam The Attack on Fat Posted October 17, 2018 Over the years several prevailing nutritional misnomers have spread like wildfire across America. For as long as. The sugar industry paid scientists in the 1960s to play down the link between sugar and heart disease and promote saturated fat as the culprit instead, newly released historical documents. The article, “How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat,” reveals how the publishing standards of the day so easily allowed the food industry to commit this fraud on the American public and ultimately on. Disturbing new evidence has revealed the American sugar industry paid its way to blame saturated fat as the cause of coronary heart disease.

Published in JAMA Internal Medicin. How the Sugar Industry Destroyed Our Health By Demonizing Fat Cameron Hooper September 14, 2016 Nutrition Over the past 50+ years, the sugar industry has brainwashed scientists, doctors, and the public into thinking fat is unhealthy. But the truth is, fat. Sugar v Fat: Debunking the Latest Attack on Low-Carb Diets. by Brent Boswell. on February 4, 2014. Companies have been combining fat and sugar ever since the birth of the industrial food industry to.

After a two year review involving sixteen scientists, it concluded that a high fat, low carb diet may not only be best for weight loss, but also for reducing several markers of cardiovascular risk.

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One of the major ways companies, organizations, government, and front groups lie to us about sugar is through shady paid-for science.

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Evidence recently came out that the sugar industry deliberately funded studies that looked for a link between fat and heart disease in order to take the focus off of sugar.

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An article published in JAMA Internal Medicine analyzed internal sugar industry documents and concluded that the sugar industry funded research with the goal of highlighting the dangers of fat and downplaying the risks of a high-sugar diet.

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The results of this manipulation are clear: Sugar-related illnesses and chronic diseases have skyrocketed while sugar industry profits have soared!

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Because of documents published in the November 2016 issue of JAMA Internal Medicine, we now know that the sugar industry paid scientists in the 1960s to tell people that saturated fat was what caused heart disease instead of the true culprit—

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The sugar industry lobbied on the basis that it would hurt their business and there was no proof of a link between sugar and obesity.

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These battle cries falsely demonize sugar as a dietary villain.

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I have written and lectured extensively on this subject over the past ten years as our understanding of the biochemical basis for the toxicity of sugar, especially the link to cancer, has become more clear.

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Pritikin knew that concentrated sugar of any kind—refined sugar or even extracted natural raw sugar—entered the bloodstream too quickly, upsetting the normal blood sugar levels and resulting in the production of triglycerides, his number-two enemy.

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The sugar industry funded questionable research to implicate fat intake as a culprit in heart disease, while covering up the negative effects of their own product (Kearns, Schmidt, & Glanz, 2016).

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  • Honestly, you can’t utilize any basic standards or simple diets to predetermine whether or not sugar or saturated fats are the issue for people. It alters from a person to person basis, everyone metabolizes food in their own way, some are better with digesting carbs, while others can handle saturated fats. Having too much of either is bad regardless, and anything in moderation is fine. Although, sugar is usually the culprit as it is in almost anything in abundance, not to mention, but it also spikes a person’s appetite as well. Either way, there is no use trying to determine a question that can’t be answered with only 1 correct response, instead, focusing a balance between both should be what people are more concerned about.

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  • Just look at people in the 1950’s and compare them to people today in the USA. Who is fatter? Less physically fit? Now take into consideration the battle against saturated fats/cholesterol in the last few decades. Nowadays if you buy a yogurt or other packaged foods it will be advertised as low fat but read that label in the back and look at the amount of added sugars.

  • We have discussion in Denmark whether this focus on losing weight is a source of the health problems we face, as it shifts focus away from being healthy. This weight obsession sure doesn’t seem helpful!

  • You might want to check out “Low Carb Down Under” channel, they have lectures from Researchers and Doctors who are dealing with patients with Type 2 diabetes and overweight people. Some of these Doctors have gotten people to lose weight and keep it off for years, they also include Intermittent Fasting as part of their program.

  • This guy lost a lot of weight and improved his health eating processed junk food:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9sCTyXE0CY

    It’s not necessarily the sugar or fat that it is bad, it’s people’s lack of portion control.

  • Dr. Dean ornish: proves you can reverse heart disease on a whole foods plant based diet

    Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn: proves you can reverse heart disease on a whole foods plant based diet

    Scishow: “There isnt an easy answer as to what diet is best to protect agsinst heart disease”

  • ” You’re looking at 20 teaspoons of sugar added. Of non-nutritional value.”

    What if that is his only meal? Caloric intake is inherently a value of nutrition.

  • Let’s not forget the elephant in the room…asparatame. The silent killer. Still don’t drink Diet Coke or Coke Zero because of this.

  • in the past, when people ate fat, they were much more skinny and healthy. Since we changed to sugar, obesity is increasing at alarming rates and in the whole world. Eating a lot of only one group specially these ones is not healthy, but for me its clear that exchanging fat for sugars was a terrible mistake

  • Seven countries study actually had data from 21 countries, but Keys only selected the seven that fit the hypothesis he wanted best.

  • I just started eating the same foods my Chinese & Taiwanese friends made and ate and same with some of the foods my friends from Mexico and Argentina eat. It’s made a huge difference. That and working at a hospital has meant that there’s been healthy breakfast and lunch options for like $2.

  • Every fat person I have ever known was very lazy and ate four times as much as I did. They’d go on a diet for about three days then quit because they always felt hungry.

  • I don’t think all sugar is made equal…honey and agave must be better than high fructose corn syrup…or even organic cane sugar.

  • Read “Salt Sugar Fat How the Food Giant’s Hooked Us” by Michael Moss. Processed Food is toxic along with animal flesh and animal byproducts. Eat whole plant foods SOS Free and nothing but optimal health awaits.

    SOS = No added Sugar, Oil or Salt

  • I stay away from high-fructose anything (and avoid all “diet” food-fakery), because I want to outlive my mice: “in mice eating a high-fat diet, fructose leads to poor metabolic outcomes, whereas glucose appears to be protective” [ https://www.niddk.nih.gov/news/archive/2017/tale-two-sugars-fructose-glucose-cause-differing-metabolic-effects ]

  • Ponder this story, 100’s of years ago explores from Europe discovered Eskimos in North America. These people lived on a diet of blubber, fats and meat, almost zero greens!! They were all in fine health until European diseases killed them in the 1000’s. About 300 years ago a ship sailing from the West Indies was caught in a storm and became shipwrecked on a remote Island. Survivors were washed ashore with the ships stores of rum and sugar, all the food had perished. As days went by no rescue. So men began to eat and drink the rum and sugar. Some non drinkers just ate the sugar. After several weeks they were rescued all in a dreadful state. Upon medical examinations the survivors who lived only on sugar were in a far worse state.
    A true story. You cannot live on sugar or booze. But those living for 1000’s of years on seals, whales and fish lived healthy lives. So which is worse? You B the Judge.

  • Big Sugar’s comment basically said that there wasn’t any rules about truth and transparency in the 60’s and since no other research disputed their lie until the 21st century, they are “innocent”

  • Im not saying any of this is wrong information, but I keep imagining how, like the past if it were to turn out all of this talk was false. I mean, its 2019 and transparent information has supposedly been getting built up more and more against all the false facts, if it ever turned out all of this was wrong, I imagine the whole of society would go ape.
    Id like to think humanity would only tolerate back and forward arguing for so long before mutually out crying at once.

  • Everyone expects people to do everything for them. Do 2 seconds of research check labels GOOGLE things you’re putting into your body.

  • Correlation is not causal inference. Yes they know sugar causes diabetes, Robert Lustig and his team at California found a causual inference on sugar,heart disease and diabetes. But there is no casual inference on dietary fat. The real truth is eat real food that came from a tree, plant or animal. Otherwise don’t eat. Do bread come from animal, plant or tree? No so don’t eat

  • At the turn of the 20th century (1900’s in the USA) refined sugar (prescribed in cubes) could only be obtained from a doctor, mostly for depression. That’s how addicting the doctors felt sugar could be. But soon it became available to the public (sold in small amounts), but only the wealthy could afford it and they used it mainly in their baking for special events. After WW2 the manufacturers of sugar made refined sugar more available & affordable to help everyone feel better after the devastating war. As the manufacturers saw the rise of sugary products being bought by the mainstream public, they saw (very quickly) how they could make (quite) a nice profit by selling more sugar in a lot of different foods. With sugar added to most products, that made those products more desirable & profits higher. The average American can digest and assimilate up to 16-24grams of sugar a day. That’s 4-6 tsps a day. There is 9 tsps in 1 can of soda.

  • Certainly, if you do eat more fats: 1. Make sure they are Omega-3 and -6, and monounsaturates. 2. And perhaps even more importantly still, eat a whole lot less total food. Remember: a gram of fat has well over twice the calories of a gram of proteins or carbohydrates. No matter how you slice it, losing fat is ultimately just calories consumed vs. calories burned (including basal metabolism, of course).

  • turns out we usually think we know a lot more than we do. At the end of the day most of the ideas and models were misinterpretations of data and for the most part wrong.

  • Adam is credible. I am a very slim teenager. Wanna know the secret? I rarely eat sugar in my life. I eat mostly salty foods which is not good but at least i aint fat. I once tried eating fatty foods like junk food every day for a week just to try make me fatter. Didnt work at all… i hate eating sugar tho.

  • I lost 30 pounds, from 175 down to 145, by mostly eating apples/ whole fruits, peanut butter, and hard cheeses. As well as potassium rich foods like edamame. Also I had the occasional ensure/ nutritional supplement to make sure I was getting core nutrients. Also I got a good amount of walking/ moderate exercise in each day. Eating lots of fruits along with those good protein sources helped to keep my appetite under controland the moderate exercise kept my fat burning metabolism up. That’s how I think of it anyways.

  • Excellent exposee. Very powerful, well researched and all the right people interviewed. It looks like the tide is turned. The tide is against turning against the sugar industry and government realizes they are between a rock and a hard place. Placate the sugar lobby or get crushed by a failing medical system.

  • You need to learn what really happened. firstly the study was funded by the sugar association. Second the actual study covered many more countries than 7, It became 7 when Ancel noticed the graphed data showed scattered data points which was hard to analyze. But he noticed that the data points from 7 countries almost made a straight line so he threw out all the other countries & it became the 7 country study. I really expected better history from SciShow!

  • I don’t like the sugar industry and I personally agree with this video BUT Adam the sugar industry will get on you for your statement in 03:25. The abstract for that article states “it is nevertheless supported by recent experimental research on sugar and sweet reward in laboratory rats.” You mentioned in a earlier episode that rats are “terrible test subjects.” In short don’t use research that had evidence based solely on lab rats.

  • Saturated fat like margarine that is from a plant is way worse then butter, a fat from an animal. Also animal fat found in beef, pork, and chicken are 100 times healthier then sugar. If you want to lose weight you can eat bacon.

  • It’s STRESS that’s killing us Moderns. We didn’t evolve under these absurd demands and info overloads. De-coupling from the derranged lifestyle of wageworker/corporate minion slavery will not only proloong your life, but will enhance your enjoyment of being a product of Planet Earth.

  • Wait… so we’re disaggregating the causal chain of: Sugar leads to weight gain, which leads to diabetes, just so we can say sugar consumption doesn’t itself cause diabetes? So by that logic, if I light a match, and put that lit match next to a gasoline soaked house, I didn’t directly light the house fire? What kind of friggen stupid is that?

    If we know what the domino-effect will be, playing the game of semantics is, at best, disingenuous… and, at worse, playing mouthpiece to the sugar industry. Put another way; fix your fricken video or shut the heck up.

  • Don’t stop eating saturated fat. Angelina Jolies beauty secret, “steak and butter.” Drink butter for a week and your skin will be like a baby.

  • According to Scientific American uncovered “old” evidence shows that blaming FAT was based on a FRAUD: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/records-found-in-dusty-basement-undermine-decades-of-dietary-advice/

  • She did a fantastic job of unbiasedly presenting various facts/studies and evaluating them. There are so many other factors that honestly make demonizing one thing almost impossible. For one, scientists are now suggesting that antibiotics can damage the gut microbiome, which is connected to autoimmune diseases and diabetes (as gut bacteria can also affect blood glucose levels).
    I’m just happy that society should now know that eating cholesterol and fat does not raise LDL levels. Look at the “inuit paradox”. People subsisted on eating animal protein and lived long healthy lives. Now that they have a more Americanized diet, their ways are becoming scarce while heart disease has skyrocketed. Science may say otherwise, but I believe excess sugar is enemy #1. Having some on rare occasion should be fine though.

  • She reminds me of Mayim Bailik in looks and Mira Sorvino in voice……..hysterical!!!! Don’t overthink it. She’s beautiful, just had this stray thought pass my brain lmao

  • Its the processed food! It always has been. When you can eat a 2000 calorie deep fried burger in one meal, how do you not except diabetes and heart disease?

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  • What? Nothing on whole food plant based? How about removing all refined processed food? 35 pounds lost without thought or effort. 20 points gained in kidney function. The entire discussion assumed processed food.

  • Years of low carb did nothing for me and made me miserable.

    High carb low fat vegan diet has gotten me lean gainz. Also, I do eat fat sometimes but it’s from nuts/avocados etc and often i eat very low fat. I eat quite a bit of refined sugar along with fruits and grains and I’m doin great!

  • After only 3 weeks of keto i have normal blood sugar and have got off of all diabetic meds. Been a diabetic for over 5 years. Believe what you want but facts are facts!

  • My doctor told me that if I want to consume dairy products I should try to make sure they’re low fat versions because I have high cholesterol (genetic, both sides, I’m quite young so they don’t wanna put me on meds for it yet). So, this video is confusing to me. I don’t want to eat low fat stuff because I think I’ll lose weight, I just wanna follow my doctor’s advice… is it worse for me to eat low fat products because of bad additives in them?

  • The sugar studies saying saturated fat is bad were bought in like the 50s or 60s so I’m not surprised there’s “conflicting evidence”.
    Ansel Keyes study was bought and paid for. He cherry picked his populations and other bad practices.
    Look at the keto diet… even before it’s recent popularity it was pretty much the only treatment for epilepsy.

  • this is why I say to people moderation is the key for average…
    meat is bad if eaten too much… but plants can also be bad if eaten too much with the amount of chemicals (someone said there’s more chemicals in vegetables than there are a cigarette…. maybe that’ll be an interesting SciShow topic to discuss?) and sugars… since sugar comes from all sorts of plants! not just sugar cane, since my home country which is the UK apparently farms their sugars from beetroot, there’s even sugar in milk because of the grass and other plant-based foods that cows eat, any food that milk-producing mammals eat, the nutrients go in to the mama’s milk and as I said all plants contain sugar, grass is no exception

    but really it depends on you as an individual… a diet may work well for you but it may not work well for someone else

    I know someone who’s on borderline diabetes and has to cut out the sugars and carbs, and then I know someone who has to actually eat more than average since he sounds underweight or something!

    just because ‘America’s dealing with diabetes with all the meat, fats and sugars’ doesnt mean it applies to other countries… some countries have no choice but to hunt for meat to survive since their economy is insane, apparently a certain place has a civilization that lives in harsh cold environments, you cant grow anything in that area because of the cold environments, the people have to hunt to feed themselves… they do have markets to buy plant-based products but they’ve apparently very expensive to buy over there

  • I don’t listen to so called “experts” diet-advices, because all those studies are manipulated in one way or another. Clean eating, or as clean as possible, avoiding processed foods, artificial flavors etc., a good chunk of common sense and listening to your body is the best diet one can follow

  • Are you serious? I am on keto and low carb diet for almost 2 years. I lost 30 kg in 3 months. Now I feel wonderful. I have even managed to do one meal a day from time to time. I don’t feel hunger. Carbs are bad and we don’t need them! This is science. We need amino acids, lipids, vitamins and minerals. This is simple and many people are living without nasty sugars!!! This is reality. After a keto meal I am not hungry for a 24h. Sometimes more. And 48h tasting is very easy. I am trying to get rid of sugar forever:) KETO an one meal a day is the future

  • This is very interesting. Obviously we all would love to eat healthier but the reality is that healthier food is so expensive its not funny. I can afford to eat healthy, and I cook my food 95% of the time but I am aware that for a lot of people the choice really is about quantity vs quality. A lot more people can’t even afford basic food let alone choose what to eat. Still this needs to be taught even in schools. We need to start somewhere.

  • Don’t eat sugar because it will give you diabetes.
    Don’t eat fat because it will give you heart disease.
    Don’t eat meat because it will give you colon cancer.
    Eat grass until the next study says it will give you AIDS

  • “Genetics is the waste basket for what scientists don’t fully understand” Dr Carl Hart

    Gut micrbiome out explains genetics and scientists do know sugar is the cause of diabetes lol

  • Yes, of course, it’s the money and the power. And wanting to keep us sick as a sick people are more easily controlled-and it fuels the multi-billion dollar medical establishment complex. But her solution-more totalitarian government-ban this, tax that, more government control. No thank you. The solution is to advocate and educate.

  • Unfortunately, our government continues to beat the drum that animal fat is bad for us. Apparently they haven’t noticed that the time they issued their first low-fat dietary guidelines was almost exactly the moment that obesity rates began to rise.

  • If you go low sugar and low fat, is that better than just going low fat, providing that, in both circumstances, you eat the same amount of sugar?

  • The problem is no self control, I have some chocolate or normally something unhealthy every day but 90% of my diet is still healthy, sugar is only really a problem if you don’t exercise or have it in massive quantitys

  • This is a very important topic. A hundred years ago, the average American consumed perhaps 20 pounds of sugar per year. Today, the amount is more like 120 pounds of sugar or its equivalent in a year. This explains the crises of obesity, diabetes and heart and organ disease.

    For decades, the sugar industry has denied that high fructose corn syrup is the equivalent of sugar in terms of calories and unhealthful eating. HFCS can be found hidden in virtually every product on supermarket shelves. Ketchup, salad dressing, mayonnaise, fruit juices and fruits “drinks,” breakfast cereals, peanut butter, wonder bread, pasta sauces etc etc etc. It’s an appalling situation that continues despite three decades of aggressive reporting and endless dietary warnings against it.

    The sugar industry has a powerful hold on senators from agricultural states like Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, the Dakotas, Indiana, Illinois, etc… all of which produce excess amounts of feed corn because they receive taxpayer subsidies for growing the excess corn and selling it to be turned into HFCS. It makes it impossible to sponsor legislation or generate honest epidemiological studies on the impact of sugar and HFCS on public health.

    The forces propelling sugar into the American diet are insidious and powerful. Look at Asian populations or Oceanic populations or Nordic populations. They have far less obesity because the eat far less sugar per capita. The sad thing is that it is fairly easy to get over sugar craving. It literally takes no more than three weeks of sugar avoidance (eating fruit, drinking healthful natural juices like carrot or tomato juice, and drinking WATER when cravings strike) to lose the urge. One result is that natural foods like apples and celery and avocados and tomatoes and yams all taste better and better and sugar cravings truly fade.

    While sugar is a serious villain, it is wrong to suggest that saturated fats and other known cholesterol-creating foodstuffs have no role in obesity and heart disease. While high cholesterol is a genetic trait, consuming extremely fatty foods will exacerbate the development of clogged coronary arteries and help lead to heart disease. That is why every diet needs to have a rational mix of meats, nuts, legumes, fruits and vegetables, and healthful grains and most importantly keep calorie consumption within rational normal levels; generally 1500 to 2500 calories a day depending on size and activity. Sugar is nothing more than excess calories.

    Finally, sugar and its substitutes like fructose and HFCS are bad for teeth not just because of their destructive impact on tooth enamel but because they cause excessively dry mouths, which are a primary cause of tooth decay.

  • I discovered some time ago that my body does not like carbs and does not respond well to most fruits and veggies, because it does not like sugar. I switched to a no-carb, no veg, all animal products and high fat regimen and everything settled down admirably: I lost the few kilos I needed to, my blood pressure became normal, no more bloat, farting, indigestion or cramps. My sciatica went away and can think far more clearly now.

    My wife showed me her hands, which were becoming deformed due to arthritis. I told her to throw out the plant-based oils and margarine she insisted on eating and to replace them with animal fats and butter. She did. The symptoms of arthritis were gone within a month that was two years ago. They have not returned.
    My own conclusion from this is that there is no such thing as a “one size fits all diet”. Just as we can recognise one another by our faces, voices, fingerprints, speech patterns, personalities, characters etc., so are our dietary requirements all different.

    The old adage “one man’s meat is another man’s poison” has ALWAYS held true: we are not the same, therefore our diets can only be decided by trial and error. If you eat something and suffer an aberration a little while afterward, just as I did when I suffered an ischaemic stroke 15 minutes after eating some cooked green beans, that should tell you that eating cooked green beans is a very bad idea for ME. No need to panic, though, I recovered completely without medical intervention by adding even MORE fat to an already fat-heavy diet.

    It’s a very real fact that nobody can tell you what foods are best for you: you have to experiment with different foods and let your body tell you what it wants and what you should avoid. It’s not without some risk, though, as I discovered with the beans episode.
    Where to start, though? Well, it’s a widely known fact that certain “foods” such as nuts, wheat, seafood, eggs and other substances generally regarded as “food” will cause unwanted reactions in or even kill certain people, but this has NEVER happened with red meat. NOBODY is congenitally allergic to red meat. Period.

    You can BECOME allergic to a CARBOHYDRATE component (known as “alpha gal” for short: Google it), by being bitten and infected by certain types of ticks, but nobody is born with a red meat allergy. However, the body also needs an energy source, which is provided by animal fat.

    The body cannot use carbs efficiently, which is why it converts it into something it CAN use, namely fat. However, if you do not give the body enough time to use this fat up before downing another dose of carbs to boost your energy, the fat gets shoved aside for future use whilst the new carbs are neutralised. So the vicious circle continues and the fat piles on.

    Cut out the carbs COMPLETELY and the body starts turning the fat into ketones, which fuels everything far more efficiently than carbs do. It is important to use no carbs at all. ALL plant material is made up of, or comprises cellulose and this is a sugar, whether you like to think so or not. All sugars are carbohydrates: it’s that simple. So cut out all plant or plant-based “foods” and start with red meat and fat. Keep this up until your body settles back to normal: normal B.P., normal weight, normal everything. If you become constipated, you’re not eating enough fat, so add more. None of this half-assed “low carbs” crap: get shot of the whole lot of them.
    Stay on this regimen for a few months after having reached your normal status, then try adding other substances, starting with those you know your body has tolerated in the past, like eggs, cheese, fish, etc. If your body likes them, venture farther into the greens and other veggies, if you feel so inclined.

    In time, you will know exactly what you can and what you can’t eat.

    Only YOU can do this: nobody else in the world, no matter their academic qualifications, can do it for you.

    Just how BAD is my all meat, high fat advice? This bad: https://inhumanexperiment.blogspot.com/2009/09/two-brave-men-who-ate-nothing-but-meat.html.
    Don’t neglect to followed the links provided in the body of the article.

  • Cheers for this, been searching for “foods that clean plaque out of arteries” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Nanarter Harloffe Smasher (do a search on google )?

    It is a good one of a kind guide for learning how to reduce your cholesterol level minus the hard work. Ive heard some decent things about it and my buddy got great results with it.

  • If sugar industry execs say sugar is safe, can they participate in a trial that makes them eat 8 oz of sugar a day for one year? This would be an excellent experiment. Include their family members in such a trial as well.

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