There was no ‘sugar conspiracy.’
The junk science-fueled war against soda continues.
This is crazy. Really.
Q: How do you know when trans fats researchers are lying?
A: They publish papers like this one.
I featured the fish oil con in my 2001 book “Junk Science Judo: Self-Defense Against Health Scares and Scams.”
Junk science kills. Not food.
The dietary salt scare rolls on despite reality.
There is no such thing as magical food. Vegetarian breast cancer victim Linda McCartney is a case in point for this sort of junk science.
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.
Feeding the false dichotomy of “healthy” food versus “unhealthy” food.
This study is a weiner — and not the good kind.