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    What happens when you base your dietary recommendations of pseudo science and bias

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    You get pwned http://www.nutritionjrnl.com/article...02893/fulltext

    Eloquent summary by Chris at The Healthy Skeptic http://thehealthyskeptic.org/new-stu...ary-guidelines

    But let me just say they are finally nailing the mainstream paradigm for demonizing saturated fats, animal proteins, salt, and for lauding whole grains. and low fat diets This article is incomplete for me because they don't address the recommendations about omega 6 oils, which is possibly the most egregious injustice and the most harmful aspect. It is not like that hasn't been harshly criticized but these guys should have done it.

    All and all pretty good. They cite many studies I have read and bookmarked and I just feel like it needs a part two with more detail.
    Last edited by Stabby; 10-03-2010 at 09:50 PM.
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    Stabby, looks like good info and I'll read it more in depth when I'm better rested, Thank you.
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    great find, thanks.

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    thanks Stabby, this will be handy for my assignment.
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    thank you for this.


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    *grin* - I was just coming here to post a link, but was overtaken by an express raccoon. Very, very nice paper - fun to read for all the moments of

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    VINDICATION!
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    My goal is to go to school enough to do nutritional studies that disprove vegan propaganda and tell the truth. Things like this only inspire me that it's possible.
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    Vegan propaganda disproves and discredits itself without help. Like I said in the title, you base your dietary recommendations or food religion on pseudo science and stick to your guns despite the fact that you never demonstrated anything in the first place or were falsified, that puts you up the crazy tree with all of the other squirrels.

    That video is very cute, by the way.
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    Very good paper I thought. I'll just point people to it when people start doubting. Interesting conclusion too. That people are actually following the official guidelines and thing have got worse. I've never seen anything before that indicated people were actually sticking to the official line.

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    Perhaps not precisely the guidelines but in the average health conscious person the same dogmas remain prevalent. Fat is bad, whole grains are good, etc. That certainly influences the health of some.
    Last edited by Stabby; 10-04-2010 at 02:46 PM. Reason: terrible spelling!
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