Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Butter good - not the answer we want!

I woke to news that there is no difference between saturated and polyunsaturated fat consumption in triggering heart disease.

A Cambridge University academic has reviewed research studies and found (what MANY doctors and researchers have been saying for ages) that saturated fat does not cause heart disease.

At the end of the news item, the journalist reported that scientists were confused by these findings and stated that more research was needed.  That implies that they're not happy to be proved wrong and want to find a way to prop up bogus nutritional guidelines issued by Western governments.

In the words of the great philosopher, Homer Simpson:

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