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Ivor Cummins Oct 31
This Halloween folks, eat all the sugar and carb you want. BUT BE CAREFUL WITH THE SATURATED FAT! - that stuff will clog yer arterees like a bloody sink drain - I saw it happen right here:
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Ivor Cummins Aug 2
Retweet to reveal the deviousness of the institutional vilifiers 😉 my butt - what a sneaky joke...
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Mike Nelson Oct 29
"Look for low levels of saturated fat, added sugars, and sodium," Kimberlain says.
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tim spector Jul 4
Another brick in the wall.... a distinguished group of european and US nutrition scientists argue that the WHO 2018 guidelines on reducing at all costs and replacing with other fats should be revised and are counterproductive.
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Jeffrey A. Hirschfield, MD CPI Oct 23
Replying to @vegannutrition1
High saturated fat diets lead to more cancer, including breast cancer.
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Ben Greenfield Apr 19
New Study: Dietary is not associated with increased risk of CVD:
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Lori Shemek, PhD Jun 22
How Ancel Keys Brainwashed the Masses Into Fearing Meat (He's Wrong): by @meatphilosopher
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DNA diet_DrRushikesh Nov 17
We advised Ghee for cooking for our most of clients..and they are really doing good.
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Portion Fork®The Modern Dinner Fork May 14
What exactly is , what food is it in, and what fats are actually GOOD for you? Check out ’s tips:
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iMarket Coaching 18h
New post (Changing Your Unhealthy Ways Is Not As Hard As You Think) has been published on iMarket Coaching -
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Lori Shemek, PhD Sep 25
New Study: Dietary Saturated Fat is Not Associated with Increased Risk of CVD: **I'll add that those with the SNP APOE 3/4 or 4/4 should still be careful until further research.
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Adrian Brown PhD RD Aug 1
ATTENTION: hot off the press! No change to recommendations following independent review by Conclusion that higher increases blood & heart disease with a reduction to no more than 10% of TE being of benefit
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My Kitchen Nov 16
Easy To Follow Nutrition Advice For Everyone –
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David Flatman Dec 23
Bump into a lovely old mate at the motorway services...next minute we’re bashing the Maccy D’s in. Bloody lads 🐷🙄👙🐻 @ Roadchef Taunton Deane M5 Northbound
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CHEMFIT LLC Nov 11
This Banana Bread Has A Secret, Disease-Fighting Ingredient
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Ragioniere Marilena Sep 17
Healthy Diet linked to improvement in COPD.
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Jeff Nash 🥩🍗🍖🍳🧀 Jul 26
Replying to @ProfTimNoakes
One of the greatest travesties of the 20th century was dietary policy formed based on Ancel Keys work and beliefs.
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Joy Y. KIDDIE MSc, RD Jan 22
The new recommends very high intake of from and foods (325-375g carbs per day) & does not encourage foods with including & . DETAILS HERE:
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ShelfLife.ie Feb 20
Sat fats and sugar dropped in Irish diets between 2005 – 2017
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rachel foss Oct 11
Butter is a but also contains monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. The predominate fat in a food source determines what fatty acid type it is grouped in.
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