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Butter has been wrongly 'demonized' as unhealthy

The knives have been out for butter for decades — but it could actually be much better for us than widely believed, research shows. Experts now claim the full-fat favorite has been wrongly demonized for contributing to disease and that it may ... Iran Daily, 3 weeks ago

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Butter is NOT bad and doesn't lift a risk of heart disease, vital investigate claims

Home » news » / no comments Butter is not bad for us and does not lift a risk of heart disease, a vital investigate has found. Scientists detected eating one tablespoon of butter a day had tiny impact on altogether mortality, no poignant ...
 HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago Butter is NOT bad and doesn't raise the risk of heart disease, major study claims  HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago

Sweet poison: How fructose is fueling the soaring rates of metabolic dysfunction and obesity

Dr. Robert Lustig's 2009 video " Sugar: The Bitter Truth ," has now garnered nearly 6.5 million views on YouTube. The featured video is a follow-up on that original lecture. In it, he discusses the metabolic influence of sugar and processed foods ...
 Sott.net1 month ago

Eatwell Guide 'not based on evidence'

14th June 2016 - The UK's 'Eatwell Guide', which visually depicts the government's recommendations for a balanced diet on a plate, has no basis in science, a dietary expert is warning. In an editorial in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Zoe ...
 BootsWebMD1 month ago Eatwell Guide benefits industry more than public health  OnMedicanet1 month ago Revised UK 'Eatwell Guide' promotes industry wealth not public health, argues expert  EurekAlert!1 month ago Eatwell Guide Promotes Industry Wealth Not Public Health, Argues Expert  Huffington Post UK1 month ago

Row erupts over claims Government's healthy eating guide was 'not scientifically tested'

The Government's controversial healthy eating guide has never been scientifically trialled to make sure it works, a British Medical Journal editorial has claimed. Obesity researcher Dr Zoe Harcombe said the advice behind the Eatwell Guide, which ...
 XinMsn1 month ago The Government's carb-heavy healthy eating guide could be CAUSING obesity  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

expert reaction to editorial on the revised UK Eatwell Plate

MIL OSI Source: United Kingdom Science Media Centre Press Release/Statement: Headline: June 13, 2016 Victoria Taylor, Senior Dietitian at the British Heart Foundation, said: The Eatwell Guide is a tool which is used to illustrate UK ...
 Foreign month ago
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Eating Weetabix for breakfast 'can slash your risk of dying early from any cause'

Eating Weetabix can slash your risk of dying early, a study suggests. Experts at Harvard found just one 16g serving per day cuts the risk of dying from heart disease or cancer. And the more grains people eat, the bigger the benefits. A ...
 Irish Mirror1 month ago

FITNESS FABLES: New dietary advice says we can eat fat to get slim

DOCTORS and dietitians who have been telling people for decades to cut back on red meat, butter, eggs, and lower their cholesterol have probably made the "biggest mistake in modern medical history". It's a mistake that has had "devastating ...
 BDlive2 months ago New dietary advice says we can eat fat to get slim | Health  Sokolako1 month ago
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