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Sunday, 8 May 2011

Déjà vu

Déjà vu is the experience of feeling sure that one has already witnessed or experienced a current situation, even though the exact circumstances of the previous encounter are uncertain and were perhaps imagined.

Nothing imagined or uncertain about previous encounters with the lowcarb antis, and nothing has changed. Rabid and ranting comments from start to finish. As always, not a single link backing up their claims and every old chestnut that ever came up the pike. I was expecting the flack and was not disappointed, but I was staggered to see the amount of vitriol and hate aimed at Dr. Robert Atkins.

There is one good thing that may have come from opening the door to the low carb miscreants, evidently I may be able to sue the Atkins Foundation. I quote.

“Eddie, maybe after eating all that fat Atkins said is good for you and proving him wrong by developing coronary problems.... just like he did, you may have a strong case to sue his company. If I was you I'd get legal advice from a solicitor, you never know Eddie, this just might be your chance to get a few million quid in your bank account.”

Now, if I can get my Consultant Cardiologist, to retract his statement informing me that that seven months of low carbing, and increasing my intake of fats, fats that man has eaten since the beginning of time, played no part in my need for angioplasty, I will take early retirement. And there was me thinking I would never own a Ferrari.

As I often say, every cloud has a silver lining. Oh by the way. If any of the lowcarb anti’s has further comments to make, please supply a link or some evidence supporting you arguments, “fat will kill you” won’t win any arguments here.



Anonymous said...

The comment on nine months of low carbing being the reason behind the need for Eddie's angioplasty, using that logic then surely nearly two years of lowcarbing later he should be pushing up daisy's unfortunately for you he's alive and well and still kicking your butt!!!

Another old friend!

Anonymous said...

Keep kicking butt ... you know it makes sense