The dangers of eating low-fat

So much time and energy have been wasted these past 40 or so years in trying to reduce dietary fat, including saturated fat. All you need do is look around you to see the result: the most unhealthy, fattest, most diabetic population in history, prescribed more drugs, more reliant on this (corrupt and unhelpful) thing called modern healthcare, with people in healthcare such as your doctor blaming YOU, rather than themselves and their misguided message. After all, doctors and dietitians are following the dictates of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the USDA food plate that carries the blessings of Big Food and agribusiness. Cutting dietary fat is not a benign practice—it results in many unhealthy consequences. Cut your fat, cut your saturated fat and: Other foods need to fill the calorie gap—Step in grain-based foods with their appetite-stimulating, autoimmune-initiating, inflammation-causing, insulin resistance-cultivating, bowel-disruptive effects. While absurd measures such as total and LDL cholesterol may drop, small LDL particles, VLDL particles, and postprandial (after-meal) lipoproteins reach new highs, effects that lead to heart disease. Metabolic distortions develop—Insulin increases, blood sugars increase, HbA1c increases, inflammatory measures like C-reactive protein increase. Insulin resistance develops—The repeated high blood sugars that develop with increased consumption of grains and other carbs cultivates resistance to insul...
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