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Old 05-12-2014, 09:57 AM   #1
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"Saturated fat does not cause heart disease"—or so concluded a big study published in March in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine. How could this be? The very cornerstone of dietary advice for generations has been that the saturated fats in butter, cheese and red meat should be avoided because they clog our arteries. For many diet-conscious Americans, it is simply second nature to opt for chicken over sirloin, canola oil over butter.

The new study's conclusion shouldn't surprise anyone familiar with modern nutritional science, however. The fact is, there has never been solid evidence for the idea that these fats cause disease. We only believe this to be the case because nutrition policy has been derailed over the past half-century by a mixture of personal ambition, bad science, politics and bias.
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Old 05-12-2014, 10:31 AM   #2
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I'll stick to my mostly paleo diet and eating foods only in their most natural state - and my body has responded very well, and that included plenty of red meat.
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Agree. Have seen other articles/studies stating same...

It's more so what you do with food (exercise) as well as what else you eat with some foods (e.g. omega6 vs. omega3 ratios) than the actual food....

In the past, I've been 4% BF eating McDonald's 2-3 per day for 2.5 years (worked there) and had excellent blood results.... I was lifting 6 days/week, running 3-4 days/week, walking several miles to and from work, working n my feet 8+ hours per day, etc...
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