Here’s the problem: “This new insight appears to be particularly important in primates and likely is translatable to humans.”
IMAGE: A 2009 IMAGE OF RHESUS MONKEYS IN A LANDMARK STUDY OF THE BENEFITS OF CALORIC RESTRICTION. THE THEN 27-YEAR-OLD MONKEY ON THE LEFT WAS GIVEN A DIET WITH FEWER CALORIES.
Continue reading Food nanny nonsense: Calorie restriction lets monkeys live long and prosper
Odd… an accompanying editorial criticizes not the study’s science… but the funding of the study.
Continue reading Study: Daily sugar intake guidelines are based on low quality evidence
“The study’s findings differ from Health Canada, National Institutes of Health and American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines recommending two servings of low fat (one per cent or two per cent) milk for children over the age of two to reduce the risk of childhood obesity.” Continue reading Another Food Myth Busted: Whole-fat milk consumption associated with leaner children
From the federally-funded perpetual junk science machine known as the Nurses Health Study. The feds are scrambling to keep the fat scare going with more bogus statistical claims. Continue reading Claim: Higher consumption of unsaturated fats linked with lower mortality
Government dietary “science” continues to get pounded. Continue reading Butter exculpated again
Hot drinks? How could their possibly any reliable data on this? And, of course, there isn’t. Continue reading Hot drinks may cause cancer, but coffee does not, says WHO
“The emphasis on carbs is the result of dietary advice to restrict fat, but this was not based on the evidence, while the advice on carbs has never been tested.” Continue reading Revised UK ‘Eatwell Guide’ promotes industry wealth not public health, argues expert
Small, spurious correlations which, if true as correlations, are more likely due to socio-economic factors. Continue reading Claim: Eating more whole grains linked with lower risk of death