The American Heart Association; as of 2013; continues to tell it's readers to eat lots of grains; to go "fat free" and to count calories. Are they not following current science at all? The want us to eat bowls of wheat cereal and oatmeal; (which will spike insulin; cause tooth decay; and obesity, and type 2 diabetes) They want us to eat "fat free" which means more carbohydrates; and more metabolic and hormonal appetite disregulation.

Their site:

Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations

Who are these people at the AHA? They can't be real scientists? Does this organization have anything at all to do with science; or is it just ....what? A CPR training club? Profiteers who sell a meaningless logo pasted on sugar cereals?