mloc Registered User
#31

Thomas Magnum said:
Charming. A poster asked you to explain something and you "couldn't be arsed".

Regarding Ancel Keys' 7 country study, what's wrong with it?


Reporting and selection bias, mostly.

longshanks Registered User
#32

thehamo said:
F**k this I'm off to buy some eggs and cheese. Omelette anyone?


Stick in some mushrooms too

thehamo Registered User
#33


thehamo said:
F**k this I'm off to buy some eggs and cheese. Omelette anyone?


Stick in some mushrooms too


Nah not enough cholesterol in mushrooms

Transform Registered User
#34

Yes I don't have the next day or two to go over and back on why people have been duped into thinking fat fom animal products some how clogs arteries and causes HD.

I and many others have covered this gound for many years now.

Denise mingers recent article on this was the best review of all this area but to be honest most people will still go about their day eating flora on bread while snacking on high fibre cereal bars and wondering why they are sick and tired.

I contribute boards to point people in the right direction not to take up days of endless wrestling over what I see working in my practice every day

badabing106 Registered User
#35

Transform said:
Yes have best job in the world!!!

It's a flippin disgrace that I have a better grasp of cholesterol than some (there are plenty of clients of mine that are doctors who are well versed in what i recommend and even they are fighting an uphill battle against the statin train) of the so called experts.

Start here if you want a better understanding and please read more it might just help you look and feel your best

http://chriskresser.com/i-have-high-cholesterol-and-i-dont-care



Allthough I agree with alot in what Chris says , he comes across as being a bit of a bro scientist in alot in what he says


Paraphrasing here : He says five a day vegeatable concept is unnessecary and and it would be better to eat organ meats instead . He has a pro meat bias.


I'm pretty sure eating a wide range of vegetables would not do any harm..

He says it is perfectly fine to eat rashers ,a heavily processsed meat with high salt content....even though there is alot of scruitiny over these meats every year...?

Mellor Unsubscriber
#36

badabing106 said:
I'm pretty sure eating a wide range of vegetables would not do any harm..

But your quote above doesn't say it will do harm.
He is pointing out that we neglect organ meats, which are higher in nutrients.

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He says it is perfectly fine to eat rashers ,a heavily processsed meat with high salt content....even though there is alot of scruitiny over these meats every year...?"]
He says it is perfectly fine to eat rashers ,a heavily processsed meat with high salt content....even though there is alot of scruitiny over these meats every year...?

They are cured and sliced. That's about it. Obviously, thats a process. But I wouldn't condiered them heavily process. Process meat to me is reconstituted meat and such

pejay Registered User
#37

Transform said:
Yes I don't have the next day or two to go over and back on why people have been duped into thinking fat fom animal products some how clogs arteries and causes HD.

I and many others have covered this gound for many years now.

Denise mingers recent article on this was the best review of all this area but to be honest most people will still go about their day eating flora on bread while snacking on high fibre cereal bars and wondering why they are sick and tired.

I contribute boards to point people in the right direction not to take up days of endless wrestling over what I see working in my practice every day



What does raise the cholestral then because i am at wits end trying to keep mine down by diet never heard of it until i was called in with results on blood test.
Getting sick of this low fat diet and not being able or knowing what i can and cannot eat.

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