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PALEO DIET and DENISE MINGER FOUND FLAWED - Forks Over Knives & Healthy Longevity - LowCarb, RawFoodsos, Vegan, Mark Sisson, T. Colin Campbell, Weston a. Price Foundation

PALEO DIET and DENISE MINGER FOUND FLAWED - Forks Over Knives & Healthy Longevity - LowCarb, RawFoodsos, Vegan, Mark Sisson, T. Colin Campbell, Weston a. Price Foundation

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Denise Minger has been found debunked. Denise Minger involved in serious academic flaws. 1. Denise Minger used a Chart that was found to be FAKED. 2. Denise botched numbers and falsely reported the amounts of animal protein intake for the periods of 1936-37 and 1945 in a study. 3. Denise Minger was found to have no MD degree whatsoever. Minger is not certified to practice medicine or authorized to give medical advice. 4. Denise Minger turned out to be merely a 'blogger' with only 'an English major'. 5. Minger ignored the findings of a paper linking cardiovascular mortality to intake of animal fats. Omission. 6. About a European paper, Minger falsely claimed that eating meat did't decline until after heart disease was already declining from something else, which was false. 7. Minger mislead everyone as she equated a rationing time period with just the period when the intake of animal foods declined, which was incorrect. The decline actually came from scarcity, before the rationing. 8. Minger posted a 'Fake Correlated Variable' graph in an apparent attempt to ridicule another doctor (one WITH a medical degree). 9. Minger falsely claimed that cardiovascular health did not actually improve in Norway during war years, unaware that additional hospital data also confirmed it. 10. Denise Minger erroneously claimed that these results of Forks Over Knives were due to infectious diseases going UP, and hid confirming data from Sweden where mortality from infectious diseases actually went DOWN. Thus Minger's work is flawed and Forks Over Knives is actually more solidly confirmed. 11. Minger neglected to tell her readers that data also from Finland, and Germany corroborated the damage from meat, in addition to Sweden and Norway, so even more studies confirmed Forks Over Knives and debunked her own work. 12. Denise Minger resorted to distorting the data from Norway. A breach of academic integrity that should cause any university to pause on admission of any of her work. 13. Denise Minger referred to people's lives saved from heart death in Norway as being 'nothing to sneeze at', potentially caring about animals more than human life. (eating animals). 14. Denise Minger falsely reported that 1/2 the patients dropped out of a study by Esselstyn. It turns out it was Minger whose work was flawed. She confused the number of patients who had follow-ups with the number of patients. Thus Minger's English major "Microsoft Excel number-crunching" dropped out important data on 7 additional human patients. It was actually 75% of people who stuck with the plant diet in the 1st study, and 91% of people found it easy to stay on the plant diet in a later larger study of over 200 people. 15. Minger brags of using science, but then quizzically asserts that the results of some work may have "been luck". Note that just Luck is not a term often used in a proper scientific conclusion. So Denise Minger herself is unscientific, while claiming to be an authority, and reviewing things for being scientific (Denise Minger being a Hypocrite). Denise Minger's beliefs that experimental results may conclude with "it was just luck", despite the fact that other datasets also confirmed the results as well, may mean that her own "luck", with regard to stumbling into praise, success, and book deals, and having anyone proper believe her anymore, may be running out. ... and more flaws ... KEY WORDS: Denise Minger, RawfoodSOS, Rawfoodsos.com, How to argue with a vegetarian, Forks Over Knives movie, ForksoverKnives, movie, review, nutrition, cardio, vascular, cattle, fried, grains, heterocyclic, amines, hominids, huffington, hunza, isoflavones, livestock, livin la vida, lowcarb, meatless, melangestrol, methionine, mma, myths, nutrition, octogenarian, okinawa, okinawans, Japanese, organic, phytoestrogen, plant, plant based diet, plant-based, poultry, rice, cron, calorie restriction, rich

Denise Minger has been found debunked. Denise Minger involved in serious academic flaws. 1. Denise Minger used a Chart that was found to be FAKED. 2. Denise botched numbers and falsely reported the amounts of animal protein intake for the periods of 1936-37 and 1945 in a study. 3. Denise Minger was found to have no MD degree whatsoever. Minger is not certified to practice medicine or authorized to give medical advice. 4. Denise Minger turned out to be merely a 'blogger' with only 'an English major'. 5. Minger ignored the findings of a paper linking cardiovascular mortality to intake of animal fats. Omission. 6. About a European paper, Minger falsely claimed that eating meat did't decline until after heart disease was already declining from something else, which was false. 7. Minger mislead everyone as she equated a rationing time period with just the period when the intake of animal foods declined, which was incorrect. The decline actually came from scarcity, before the rationing. 8. Minger posted a 'Fake Correlated Variable' graph in an apparent attempt to ridicule another doctor (one WITH a medical degree). 9. Minger falsely claimed that cardiovascular health did not actually improve in Norway during war years, unaware that additional hospital data also confirmed it. 10. Denise Minger erroneously claimed that these results of Forks Over Knives were due to infectious diseases going UP, and hid confirming data from Sweden where mortality from infectious diseases actually went DOWN. Thus Minger's work is flawed and Forks Over Knives is actually more solidly confirmed. 11. Minger neglected to tell her readers that data also from Finland, and Germany corroborated the damage from meat, in addition to Sweden and Norway, so even more studies confirmed Forks Over Knives and debunked her own work. 12. Denise Minger resorted to distorting the data from Norway. A breach of academic integrity that should cause any university to pause on admission of any of her work. 13. Denise Minger referred to people's lives saved from heart death in Norway as being 'nothing to sneeze at', potentially caring about animals more than human life. (eating animals). 14. Denise Minger falsely reported that 1/2 the patients dropped out of a study by Esselstyn. It turns out it was Minger whose work was flawed. She confused the number of patients who had follow-ups with the number of patients. Thus Minger's English major "Microsoft Excel number-crunching" dropped out important data on 7 additional human patients. It was actually 75% of people who stuck with the plant diet in the 1st study, and 91% of people found it easy to stay on the plant diet in a later larger study of over 200 people. 15. Minger brags of using science, but then quizzically asserts that the results of some work may have "been luck". Note that just Luck is not a term often used in a proper scientific conclusion. So Denise Minger herself is unscientific, while claiming to be an authority, and reviewing things for being scientific (Denise Minger being a Hypocrite). Denise Minger's beliefs that experimental results may conclude with "it was just luck", despite the fact that other datasets also confirmed the results as well, may mean that her own "luck", with regard to stumbling into praise, success, and book deals, and having anyone proper believe her anymore, may be running out. ... and more flaws ... KEY WORDS: Denise Minger, RawfoodSOS, Rawfoodsos.com, How to argue with a vegetarian, Forks Over Knives movie, ForksoverKnives, movie, review, nutrition, cardio, vascular, cattle, fried, grains, heterocyclic, amines, hominids, huffington, hunza, isoflavones, livestock, livin la vida, lowcarb, meatless, melangestrol, methionine, mma, myths, nutrition, octogenarian, okinawa, okinawans, Japanese, organic, phytoestrogen, plant, plant based diet, plant-based, poultry, rice, cron, calorie restriction, rich

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journal. And it is so gravely flawed that Minger's work would probably never survive

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