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    Post by chris c on Mon Oct 23 2017, 00:29

    https://twitter.com/laurathomasphd/status/882976727844225024

    https://twitter.com/EricTopol/status/902464725128286208

    PharmaCEO at his best

    https://twitter.com/MacroFour/status/890580179747192832

    Utter hypocrisy

    https://twitter.com/DrDuaneRD/status/918225275141414912

    The world only became fat on these people's watch and they are concerned with "fat shaming". How about not creating the obesity in the first place, just like what used to happen back when we were young???

    They even get prizes for it

    https://twitter.com/DietitianSian/status/913143012649205761

    she does not exactly look well

    Even worse

    http://angry-chef.com/blog/cutting-off-tall-people-s-feet

    how touching is his pseudo-concern for people with autism. And how faux his attack on PETA. Pity he has no such concern for diabetics while he relentlessly hammers everyone who actually succeeds in improving if not reversing diabetes. Or obesity. Or cancer, scroll back a post or three for his ongoing attacks on low carb and especially ketogenic diets. While agreeing with the likes of PCRM and CSPI. Who are PETA fronts.

    Mellor too.

    https://twitter.com/DrDuaneRD/status/907721877195554817

    This just takes the biscuit. To be read immediately after Chef and AmcA and their ilk

    https://twitter.com/Leicnut/status/920340324752519168

    Now I'm off to decide: grilled salmon with toasted almonds and spinach, or chicken roasted wrapped in bacon with sprouts? And an oatcake with a thick layer of butter of course.
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    Post by graham64 on Mon Oct 23 2017, 22:32

    It's a joke when nutrition doc spouts about aggressive Low carbers when deluded dietitians  slavishly follow the Angry Chef who takes aggression to a new level 

    Only had a quick glance through your links Chris will read more later


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    Post by chris c on Thu Oct 26 2017, 22:41

    Uploads hard hat.

    http://www.bmj.com/content/358/bmj.j4226

    Then she complains about "being abused" - on Angry Chef's twitter feed no less.

    Has anyone seen her being abused anywhere? I haven't - but then I didn't look too far, I suspect she is bleating because she was disagreed with - check the responses, especially from Nicola Guess who I usually see defending Conventional Wisdom - when she says "could do better" really she has a point - and a surprisingly excellent list of references. She could really do with looking at Test Test Test which lets you work out your OWN carb tolerance, and at different times of day.

    Meanwhile

    https://twitter.com/RD_Catherine/status/912765370376876032

    https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/loseweight/Pages/the-truth-about-carbs.aspx

    I wish just one of the Idiot Brigade would tell me which nutritious foods I should stop eating in order to fit in all my recommended starch, the only dietary deficiencies I've had in the last twelve years are a deficiency of statins PPIs and antidepressants, and a low blood level of BP meds.

    Oh I just love the heading at the top of the NHS site "find out more about cookies"

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