Why You Should Reject All Those Low-Fat Eating Plans

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Why You Should Reject All Those Low-Fat Eating Plans

Natural News, Guy Harvey

 

 

I love this subject.

You know why?

Because for too long we’ve relied on health officials — and they get things wrong. And many times they’re slow to admit it.

It’s time “we the people” were more informed about health matters and stopped relying blindly on what the doctor or some other presumed expert tells us. It’s time we took responsibility for our own health decisions.

And that’s what this article is inviting you to do. As well as that, I’m sharing some vital information that reverses the WRONG advice these health managers have been giving us for decades.

WHEN THE TROUBLE STARTED

This low-fat gospel started to become mainstream dogma back in 1977.

After that, a whole slew of health problems proliferated around the world, especially in the affluent West. These problems include “The Obesity Epidemic” and “The worldwide diabetes epidemic.” Yes, that’s exactly how the NIH website describes the plight we’re now in. (For our non-American readers, NIH is the US government’s National Institutes of Health.)

Healthline.com has a stunning graph that shows that the obesity rate started to climb from 1977, and it hasn’t stopped yet.

One of the most important recent studies that upset the low-fat apple cart was reported in The Lancet, a prestigious British medical journal. The report said, “Diet is one of the most important modifiable risk factors for cardiovascular disease[…] and current guidelines recommend a low-fat diet.” This report on the Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) study goes on to recommend those guidelines be changed.

 

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