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    Post by Eddie on Fri Feb 19 2016, 15:00

    The saturated fat from natural foods will kill ya is the biggest con ever worked on the human race.


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    Post by chris c on Fri Feb 19 2016, 23:42

    Nice to see Ron Krauss mentioned, as one time president of the American Heart Association he could have had a perfectly adequate career sitting back and regurgitating dogma, but he preferred to do science. You might think his studies into the effects of carbohydrate on lipid metabolism would have gained more traction because of his status: that they haven't is a testament to so many closed minds.

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