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Does it make a difference what you call a diet? Should Jim call his diet “low-carb” or “LCHF” or “keto”? He tends to use all three terms interchangeably. Do they really mean the same thing? Would it be better to settle on one?
A new study raises the question, what’s the least worst form of sugar?
Is it fructose? Sucrose? Glucose? Some combination?
This seems like asking, “Who was the less worst mass murdering dictator of the 20th Century, Adolph Hitler or Joseph Stalin?” Does the ranking really matter? For sugar and dictators, the question may have more academic than practical significance.
The American Heart Association is sticking to its theory of fat, cholesterol and heart disease.
This week, the Association issued an advisory that was picked up by major news organizations around the world. The advisory advised against consuming saturated fat.
It’s a familiar refrain from this organization. We’ve been marching to the tune for several decades, but not getting anywhere.