sorry gang..pasted the link twice and it shows the correct link until i hit submit, then it changes to that sentence. essentially the article said how high animal fat diets lead to fatty liver disease..
It's still the correct link, these forums just pull in the headline/SEO title of the link.
That's a lala article with bogus recommendations. Not worthy of discussion
Four years Primal with influences from Jaminet & Shanahan and a focus on being anti-inflammatory. Using Primal to treat CVD and prevent stents from blocking free of drugs.
Eat creatures nose-to-tail (animal, fowl, fish, crustacea, molluscs), a large variety of vegetables (raw, cooked and fermented, including safe starches), dairy (cheese & yoghurt), occasional fruit, cocoa, turmeric & red wine
that's what i thought... and thanks Nivanthe...if I had clicked on it, i would have seen it worked... :-)
I don't know that I can argue with this point too much, at least as it relates to "conventionally raised" meat. That's why the recommendation is to go organic/pastured/naturally raised OR to go conventional, but trim the fat and then supplement with other "safe fats" which won't have the toxin issues, such as grass fed butter or ghee, pastured tallow, etc.Animal fats tend to contain toxic materials that were trapped by the animals body. When we ingest these fats the toxins are released in the liver where they have the ability to cause damage, inducing poor liver function.
Also, the article mentions artificial sweeteners as a culprit. What it doesn't mention is that the list of "artificial sweetener" should include HFCS as high content of fructose bypasses the digestive system and goes directly to the liver. It also neglects to mention that Sucrose and most Fruit Juices have the same problem.
The other item it mentions is the over use of Rx and OTC drugs and who here disagrees with that? The article even recommends:Again...what's to argue here?seek a holistic health professional who can assist with eliminating the underlying cause(s) of your condition which would eliminate the need for the medication.
So, other than not completely covering the gamut of sweeteners which can affect liver functionality, what exactly did this article get wrong?
Re-focusing on the Primal Lifestyle in 2012!
Starting: 221.0lb, 29.5% BF (1/9/2012)
Latest: 208.9, 26.1% BF (3/19/2012)
yes, you're right....commercial is much different than grass fed of course...just like the red meat media scare that came out a couple of weeks ago...!
Back in my sugar fiend days, my liver enzymes starting getting really jacked up and my doc suggested NAFLD.
She also recommended cutting out all saturated fats. It's a good thing I did my research because I massively increased my saturated fat intake while cutting out sugar/grains, which dropped my AST/ALT back into the normal range very quickly.
From my N=1, I call B.S. on this.
i love how they don't mention fructose as a cause of NAFLD.
also, while i'm not advocating conventionally raised meat, these animals do have livers, i'm not entirely convinced that you're eating the amount of toxins this article would have you think. i still hedge my bets and always by hormone & anti-biotic free if i'm getting CAFO stuff.