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Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Bonkers and Saturated Fat

I see Bonkers is diving in again regarding saturated fats. Thankfully, Dillinger stepped in to give a more nuanced viewpoint.  The study below notes that there are no appropriately conducted randomised controlled trials to support the notion that cutting back on saturated fat is good for the prevention of heart disease. 

1. Mente A, et al. A Systematic Review of the Evidence Supporting a Causal Link Between Dietary Factors and Coronary Heart Disease. Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(7):659-669.



Anonymous said...

This is the study that the BBC article refers to.


Lowcarb team member said...

Ah, Mr.Bonkers speaks out again against saturated fat. Swiftly backed up by the Carb Queen Phoenix, and the resident Nobhead.

When I saw this article this morning, I thought how long before the clique comment My money was on the Cherub, but I was wrong. My wife thought the Bonkers one would post first, and she was right.

How Bonkers has the bare faced effrontery to comment, with his high med’s junk food diet, is beyond me, but as we know, the betas is a funny old game.

Just look at Carbo’s out of work misfits and low life miscreants.


Lowcarb team member said...

In the US it's common practice to use growth hormones,sex hormones, steroids and leaning agents on meat animals, perhaps this is were the problems stem from.


Lowcarb team member said...

How about a bit of pink slime with your meat!

Pink Slime


Anonymous said...

Bonker's and co will have been blind amputees for so long before the cancer gets them, that it will probably be a blessed relief.

Anonymous said...

by Sid Bonkers » Today, 7:06 pm

philc wrote:
This issue is covered by Gary Taubes in his book "Good Calories Bad calories". Scientific research into fattening diets proved that people eating more than 5000 calories per day could still lose weight.

And what scientific research was this then? I wasnt aware that Taubes was a doctor involved in research!!!
borofergie wrote:

Have you actually read the Taubes book Sid?

No Stephen, why would I, I tend to believe what the medical profession believe rather than what some maverick with a 'feory' says ...

Bonker is an OAF.