Why Experts Now Think You Should Eat More Fat – High-Fat Diet – Men’s Journal

For more than half a century, the conventional wisdom among nutritionists and public health officials was that fat is dietary enemy number one – the leading cause of obesity and heart disease.It appears the wisdom was off. And not just off. Almost entirely backward.

Source: Why Experts Now Think You Should Eat More Fat – High-Fat Diet – Men’s Journal

The Old-Fashioned Way to Treat Diabetes

Why don’t the medical guidelines reflect the evidence, and suggest a low-carb diet?

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For your consideration, this great article in the NY Times on Saturday is saying the same thing we say in Sugar Crush!  Cutting out the sugars, sticking to a low carb diet is a much better way to treat diabetes than adding on more medications and treatments!  And yet, the majority of medical professionals regularly prescribe insulin and oral medications and tell patients they will most likely have to take them the rest of their lives — without a second thought.  The fact is, a low carb high fat diet can reduce the need for medications, and in some cases get you off insulin altogether.  We need to make people aware, not only to treat diabetes in a better way, but to prevent it.


Sarah Hallberg is medical director of the weight loss program at Indiana University Health Arnett, adjunct professor at the school of medicine, director of the Nutrition Coalition and medical director of a start-up developing nutrition-based medical interventions. Osama Hamdy is the medical director of the obesity and inpatient diabetes programs at the Joslin Diabetes Center at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Richard Jacoby is Member of the Scientific Council of the Nutrition Coalition.

Dietary Wisdom That We Never Saw

This study 40 years ago could have reshaped the American diet. But it was never fully published. – The Washington Post

A fuller accounting of the results of a massive government-funded experiment on fatty foods challenges the conventional advice about what is healthy, and what is not.

Source: This study 40 years ago could have reshaped the American diet. But it was never fully published. – The Washington Post

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