Fri, 8 June 2018
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In today’s show, Nina Teicholz spent five years of her life unearthing science that pundits pushing the diet-heart hypothesis hoped no one would find.
\What she found and published in the Big Fat Surprise is, well, shocking…. When, “women go on a low fat diet they might even be increasing their risk of heart disease more than-men,” because their HDL drops and triglycerides increase she said.
Watch the video interview: http://highintensityhealth.com/230
(You normally want high HDL and lowered triglycerides.)
Her book has been vetted by both The Lancet and British Medical Journal—this piece ought to be mandatory nutrition reading for all. Her book and this discussion changed my perception of nutrition advice and science—hopefully it does the same for you.
In this chat you’ll learn more about:
-How biases and personal gain influenced nutrition policy and evidence-based medicine
-What Americans ate at the turn of the 19th century (Hint: it wasn’t kale)
-The truth about dietary fat, mean consumption and heart disease
- Why Canola oil, grape-seed oil and soybean oil shouldn’t be in your kitchen
-Why women shouldn’t go on a low-fat diet
Hope you enjoy!
P.S. Here's the video interview: http://highintensityhealth.com/230