Saturated Fat A Serial Killer – Or Just Another Witch Hunt Victim

Healthy food and good for your waistline

Once again science is tested and found wanting. For years the wankers in white coats, with the approval of their political masters, the support of the media and the complicity of the medical professions have been telling us saturated fat is the Heart Disease Villain. Some of us were sceptical of course, having received the character forming Renaissance Education which teaches us to question everything, we examined the claims of those brainwashed blockheads who had been dumbed down by the ultra – conformist STEM* education we subjected claims that saturated fats was the culprit, a lone psychopath responsible for many thousands of murders. While the PhD prostitutes were producing the results their paymasters required of them (science was ever fascism's whore) and a caricature heart attack victim, a fry – up chomping, beer swilling, chain smoking labourer named Joe Bese and his girlfriend Marcie Muffintop were paraded as a figures we must learn to hate, fat, stupid, lazy, slobbed out in front of the TV, burger in one hand, beer can in the other, a five gallon bucket of pork scratchings never far away. Meanwhile the scientists of the Big Pharma profit sweller's academy were conspiring with food corporations to sneak the real villain of the heart disease and diabetes pandemic into our diets under various guises.

We sceptics, already bloodied but unbowed by our long and bitter fight against the Warmageddonists and CAGWARTs** of the Anthropogenic Global Warming scam had to join battle on a second front. We took up the gauntlet without complaint, we pointed out to these science worshippers who are always raving about evolution that in fact evolution had engineered out bodies to deal with saturated fat, that the Eskimo, Inuit and the Sami all of which tribes live inside the Arctic Circle had huge amounts of highly saturated fat in their diets, that the people of france, Germany and the Scandinavian nations all consume on average more saturated fat and salt than British and American people but have lower rates of heart disease and live longer. It was to no avail, the science was settled we were told. The scientists had produced the results their corporate and political bosses wanted, taken the money and moved on to their next scam. The food police were running around as if eating a steak or a pork pie, a lasagne or pizza, enjoying a cake and a coffee with cream Pork Pie were forms of treason more heinous that selling your country's secrets to the enemy. “Oh you evil person, you had butter on that bread roll instead of low fat spread. You shook a little salt on your fish and chips when you should not be easting fried fish and chips but steamed fish and wilted spinach. We must burn you, spawn of Satan,” they would cry. It was all bollocks of course. Pure propaganda, a crude attempt to divert attention from the real villiain behind the high rates of heart disease in the English Speaking world, refined sugar and the other highly processed foods created by scientists to swell our bodies and the profits of the food processing companies. And as a secondary effect to boost profits for Big Pharma as people were debilitated by cardio vascular disease, diabetes, Meanwhile the Dr. Evil style chemist whose plan is to turn us all into addicts to his creations with quick fixes, sugar rushes that soon wear off but will not do us any harm he promises, is lauded as a prophet of the new global religion of Scientism. While Joe Bese and Marcie Muffintop were being pilloried in the town square the propaganda was ramped up. You eat the hamburger, steak, pork chop, buttered bread, cheese sandwich, scrambled eggs, the saturated fat forms plaques that attach to the walls of your arteries, the arteries clog up like the plumbing in hard water areas. And once that plaque is there, it cannot be got rid of.

Not a day would go by without us seeing some earnest, semi – anorexic 'nutritionist' outside a supermarket waving a frozen ready meal at us and screeching about how eating just one of these would shorten our lives by several nanoseconds and pointing out the amount of saturated fat it contained. Those ready meale are not good for us but it is not the saturated fat we should fear, the additives, preservatives, colourings, flavourings and other stuff nature could never have created is a bigger threat to health. The sell was plausible and easy to understand. So easy, in fact, people closed my ears to heretical suggestions from independent scientists and natural health advocates that there was no conclusive evidence to link saturated fat to death from coronary heart disease. Then, to quote Snoopy Versus The Red Baron, in the nick of time a hero rose. As mistrust of scientists and the media reached a pinnacle, Dr. Lundell stepped up to the mark. “Having performed over 5,000 open heart surgeries, I freely admit to being wrong,” says Dr. Lundell, a retired US heart surgeon who is now pointing the finger at sugar in his book The Great Cholesterol Lie which is attracting the usual hate attacks from the “progressive liberal” wing of the global fascist movement and generating a storm of controversy as critics in the acadmic world dismiss Lundell as a quack as they always have before when any honest doctor threatened one of their research grant generating sacred cows). The theory that refined sugar, processed (hydrolized) oils and processed ('simple') carbohyrates goes like this: Processed foods are very easily assimilated by the body, the normal metabolic process which regulates the release of energy is bypassed because the parts of the food that balance it with the body's processes are removed. “Sugar and other processed carbohydrates, together with supposedly “healthy” oils, inflame artery walls. When you spike your blood sugar level several times a day, it is like taking sandpaper to the inside of your delicate blood vessels,” says Lundell, “Also, infections can cause the same Marcie Muffin Top Joe Bese

damage”. The reason aspirin seems to prevent heart attacks is that it soothes inflammation. Cholesterol, meanwhile, is an innocent bystander, in fact cholesterol (which is produced naturally in the body (the stuff we take in through our diet is broken down by the digestive system and the liver)is essential to our wellbeing and too little is more dangerous that too much according to many independent experts. Sugar however, refined white sugar, is one of very few foodstuffs that’s addictive: it stimulates the brain in a manner similar to cocaine. Has anyone anywhere ever opened a box of chocolates in the office and had any left to take home? Well OK, but apart from the Coffee crème? The problem is devastating in the USA where a quick glance at the ingredients list on food packaging will reveal the presence of something called ' high fructose corn syrup' in almost everything. Well high fructose corn syrup is worth a story of it's own but it's perhaps best if you read it elsewhere (here … here ... here … here ... and here) as this is an article not a book. In the developing world, among the huge populations of Brazil and India for example, poor people have leapfrogged from malnourishment to obesity to to the introduction of cheap, highly processed food. How can it be that food grown in the normal way and then shipped to cities (sometimes on different continents) subjected to energy intensive processing in large factories, packaged in expensive materials, shipped to air conditioned supermarkets and sold in small portions be so much cheaper than stuff grown organically on a local farm, picked and sold in the street market a few miles from where it was grown, you might well ask? That is down to the insanities of globalisation and modern accounting practices and again is another article (or several). This is only a warning about the misleading propaganda we are fed (sweetened and bulked out with corn syrup) about the dangers of heart disease. There are a few sites highlighted below where useful information on natural health can be found. Now you might see some stuff at these that is a bit new agey and might seem weird. Well you are an intelligent human being, you have a built in Bullshit detector, use it. If you find something about eating natural whole food or using herbs and spices to prevent / treat problems, consider it but look for other sources to back it up before you act. If you find something about communicating with aliens, it's up to you to choose how you react. And if you decide to go cold turkey on the refined sugar and processed food, remember there is no need to turn it into a religious crusade. Our bodies are wonderfully resilient and a modicum of restraint combined with a discriminating attitude when making our choices in the supermarket will be enough to keep most of us healthy. Remember Joe Besze and Marcie Muffintop were not born

bad, they did not choose to put high fructose corn syrup and hydrolized vegetable oil in everything they eat.

*STEM Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths ** CAGWARTs Carbon Anthropogenic Global Warming Alternative Reality Trolls

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Heart Disease, Health And The Big Fat Lies Of The Medical Industry

For forty years health scientists and medical professionals have waxed hysterical about the evils of saturated fat, just as they have about that other dietary evil, salt. None however has been able to answer the European question; why do the French who eat much more saturated fat and salt than we do have lower rates of heart disease. The answer of course obvious to anyone except a

scientist because scientists are genetically unequipped to think anything they have not been told to think by the people funding their research. Or so it would seem. Over the decades there have been a few mavericks such as Dr. Robert Atkins, who have challenged this saturated fat "science is settled" dogma. Also a few specialist health journalists in mainstream newspapers, such as the Daily Telegraph's James Le Fanu, have repeatedly exposed the flawed logic of the saturated fat / cholesterol theory of cardio vascular disease. Dr Le Fanu has always maintained that (most) people should stick to the boiled eggs and buttered soldiers for breakfast and avoided margarine as if their lives depended on it. But the mainstream view for 40 years, as dished out to the public in health campaigns and via the NHS, mainstream media and government propaganda has been "avoid saturated fat like the plague, don't even look at butter, cream or lard. Use only oil-based low fat spreads or you will surely die an early and horrible death (of boredom?). But this view is changing, the dishonest science lobby forgets there are intelligent people out in the real world, people capable of understanding chemical notation and therefore sussing out that the much hyped "low fat spread" (hydrogenated vegetable fat) was in fact as close as the food processing could possibly get to manufacturing arterial plaque, the stuff that bungs up arteries and causes heart disease, most strokes and blood clots. If you doubt it, if you are one of those fools who is thinking, why should I believe this blogger chappie rather than a load of medical experts, well just remember this blogger is not paid by big Pharma. Then consider that we have a leading young cardiologist, Aseem Malhotra, writing in the British Medical Journal today, saying quite plainly: "If you have a choice between butter and margarine, have the butter every time." The evidence is pretty persuasive. The essence of it is: recent studies have failed to support any significant association between saturated fat intake and cardiovascular risk. Indeed, saturated fat has actually been found to be protective – though it should come from natural sources, not processed food where it's mixed with harmful chemical additives. That is to say, steak is all right, but an Ulster Fry – sausage slice, black pudding, bacon etc – should be for special occasions only. Basically what the science has done (as always) is to bury the logic and common sense again. "Oh look," they say, "people who eat a lot of saturated fat get very fat a lot of heart attacks therefore saturated fats causes heart attacks and we must stop people from eating any." Such a failure of logic must be at least partly deliberate, a more realistic conclusion is, "People who eat a lot of everything eat more saturated fat than others because they eat more of everything. Therefore we must look at other dietary factors associated with weight gain such as highly processed sugars and starches, chemical additives and trans - fats," (the kind of fats that could never be produced in nature). News

report: BBC News What has happened over the past forty years is that public health propaganda campaigns have relentlessly plugged the"natural fat equals bad fat, scientifically frigged about with fat is good and healthy" message. The general public has responded, egged on by the food companies flogging "low-fat" processed snacks and meals. The trouble is, fat makes substances palatable to eat, and if you take it out the food will taste bland. So what did the food processors do? They replaced all that natural fat with highly refined sugar (high fructose corn syrup - which you will find in almost all American food brands) to provide a substitute taste hit.

And did obesity decline in this period? No it did not, it expanded faster than a junk food addicts waistline. Over the past 30 years in the US, as the proportion of energy derived from fat in the diet fell from 40 per cent to 30 per cent, obesity rocketed. And there is plenty of evidence that refined sugar is an independent risk factor for the metabolic syndrome. Dr. Malhotra is not the only one questioning the dishonest and dangerous orthodoxy imposed by the establishment. Apart from the article above this one, there is a steady stream of docxtors and researchers questioning the received wisdom. For years alternative health practitioners, i.e. a mix of seriously competent and committed medically qualified professionals and a few seriously flaky mavericks with rather dubious qualifactions, have been telling us the advice on heart disease pumped out by the government / big pharma propaganda machine is wrong. highly processed foods like margarine are not healthy and in fact are worse for us that much maligned natural fats like butter and lard. Well it is no surprise to learn government and corporate 'experts' lied, that's what they are employed to do. Everything they said is bad for you is good for you They have also told us time and again that the main culprit in the pandemic of heart disease is not cholesterol, a compounds manufactured naturally in the body, but processed foods. Foods like white sugar, white flour and table salt are so highly processed they are stripped of

almost everything that balances them to our body's natural processes. Thus we have not been engineered by evolution to cope with these unnatural substances.

Read more on that BMJ article by Aseem Malhotra

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