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    What the media thinks a high fat diet looks like

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    What the media thinks a high fat diet looks like

    Post by graham64 on Wed Nov 16 2016, 22:31

    Naturally-occurring saturated fat is healthy - a big problem is that many studies don't separate SFAs in real food from those in junk food.


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    Re: What the media thinks a high fat diet looks like

    Post by Jan1 on Thu Nov 17 2016, 21:43

    @graham64 wrote:
    Naturally-occurring saturated fat is healthy - a big problem is that many studies don't separate SFAs in real food from those in junk food.


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    Re: What the media thinks a high fat diet looks like

    Post by chris c on Fri Nov 18 2016, 22:02

    Yes most of the "studies" about the harms of saturated fats added them to a high carb diet, and probably included a bunch of trans fats too. As Richard Feinman wrote "in the absence of carbohydrate fat is metabolised quite differently"
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    Post by graham64 on Fri Nov 18 2016, 23:00

    @chris c wrote:Yes most of the "studies" about the harms of saturated fats added them to a high carb diet, and probably included a bunch of trans fats too. As Richard Feinman wrote "in the absence of carbohydrate fat is metabolised quite differently"

    NHS/BDA both include the likes of pies, biscuits and cakes in full fat dairy products

    BDA

    Full-fat dairy products;
    meat and meat products
    such as pasties,
    sausages and pies;
    biscuits, cakes and
    pastries; savoury snacks;
    chocolate; butter, ghee
    and lard; coconut milk/
    cream; and coconut and
    palm oils.


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    Post by chris c on Sun Nov 20 2016, 23:22

    Well they believe everyone has to eat 230 - 300g carbs a day to avoid expiring. How I'm still here after nearly twelve years and others over 30 years and probably more they have yet to explain, along with all the people who have lost scads of weight, controlled their diabetes, improved their BP, lipids etc.

    The nearest thing I've seen to an explanation is that since we were lying when we said we were eating low fat and getting worse, we are secretly eating low fat now and only pretending to do the opposite.

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