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    Angry Bad Science just refuses to die.....

    Google "what foods cause heart disease" and up pop a slew of bad science sites; still promulgating the "less fat" "lean" healthy whole grain message. You have to peruse this site below; these freaks are even pushing pizza dough:

    10 Foods That Cause Heart Attacks

    Naturally the site is filled with Diabetes ads. If this "healthy diet" was so healthy; why are all your readers diabetic?

    The message of ; its all about "calories" and fatty meat; eat less fat; go lean is STILL out there.

    Maddening.
    Last edited by zebonaut; 03-12-2013 at 01:09 PM.

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    every time i see a youtube vid of paula deen cooking with butter or one of her butter memes, at least half the comments are 'diabetes '

    and so far i've resisted it, but when i see them i want to hit caps lock and rage
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    The problem for poor Paula has been wheat, sugar, and crisco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    The problem for poor Paula has been wheat, sugar, and crisco.
    Or genes.

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    I'm eating a lot more bacon; that said; Im still a bit concerned about the nitrates used in processing; (although I get nitrate free). Actually its nitrosamines; that are the concern....

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebonaut View Post
    I'm eating a lot more bacon; that said; Im still a bit concerned about the nitrates used in processing; (although I get nitrate free). Actually its nitrosamines; that are the concern....
    Don't be too worried one and two.

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    First nitrate free bacon is not nitrate free. It is cured with celery salt, high in sodium nitrate. Second, you have to cook your bacon at a high temperature to create nitrosamines. Thirdly, taking vitamin C will counter the damage from nitrosamines.
    So pass the bacon, please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Rx View Post
    Thirdly, taking vitamin C will counter the damage from nitrosamines.
    So pass the bacon, please
    So...have a glass of oj with breakfast?

    I read once that old fashioned food mixes had purpose that may have been unknown but was still useful and I think this may be another example. OJ with breakfast, veggies with fat, etc..

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    Thankfully, rationale (and the science that supports it) will eventually win - changing conventional wisdom is a slow and painful process (especially for the people who are sick because of it), but I have reason to believe that the primal/paleo way of thinking and eating is becoming more mainstream.
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    Man oh man; they didn't get ANY of the science correct in the 70's. What a time to grow up. I guess 'cause it was Pre-Internet.

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