Dietary Fat Is Associated With Lower Death Risk

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Avoid one of these and eat the other to lower risk of dying Dietary Fat Is Associated With Lower Death Risk No, that is not a misprint. Despite dietary fat having been demonised for over 40 years and the consumption of whole grains (aka carbohydrates) having been praised and touted as our health saviour, it is really gratifying to see that science is now saying that dietary fat is associated with lower death risk and that high carbohydrate intake is associated with higher total mortality risk. Isn’t it great when the contrary position you have held for many years is Continue Reading →

Dietary Fat Is Not The Villain

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Dietary Fat Is Not The Villain In recent posts, we have tried to demonstrate to you that sugar is the enemy of health, causing inflammation and potentially leading to type 3 diabetes (cognitive decline, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease). Despite many medical practitioners and scientists publishing studies for several decades and saying that dietary fat is not the villain previously thought, there is still a widely held belief that we should aim for a low fat, high carbohydrate diet. The Problem was the Food Pyramid This emerged in the US in 1977 and around the same time in the UK and Continue Reading →