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Low-fat diet could kill you, major study shows

More good news, keep eating meat!

The Lancet study of 135,000 adults found those who cut back on fats had far shorter lives than those enjoying plenty of butter, cheese and meats.

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Old 30.08.2017, 12:12
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More good news, keep eating meat!

The Lancet study of 135,000 adults found those who cut back on fats had far shorter lives than those enjoying plenty of butter, cheese and meats.

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Even if they said you'd have a shorter life eating fat, it has got to be a thumbs up for a more delicious life.
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More good news, keep eating meat!

The Lancet study of 135,000 adults found those who cut back on fats had far shorter lives than those enjoying plenty of butter, cheese and meats.

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thanks Marton!

I'll also take the follow studies in account for my new diet:
http://anthonymartin.be/en/news-even...ould-drink-it/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_effects_of_wine

http://www.empowher.com/community/sh...benefits-pizza
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Old 30.08.2017, 12:48
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More good news, keep eating meat!

The Lancet study of 135,000 adults found those who cut back on fats had far shorter lives than those enjoying plenty of butter, cheese and meats.
Your link shows it's more the increase in sugars and other simple carbs that's the problem.

There seems to be an increase in the number of low-fat (but high sugar) products here compared with what there used to be.
I guess we'll see an increase in obesity and decreased longevity as a result over the next few years.
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Re: Low-fat diet could kill you, major study shows

Would you rather die having happily eaten lots of bacon..

Or die having eaten lots of lettuce..


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Old 30.08.2017, 12:54
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Enough meat and fat? I think I got both covered, but thanks...

(Can anyone research the positive effects of pizza please?)
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Or die having eaten lots of lettuce..
Vegans don't live longer. Its just that their miserable lives feel much longer
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Old 30.08.2017, 13:49
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More good news, keep eating meat!

The Lancet study of 135,000 adults found those who cut back on fats had far shorter lives than those enjoying plenty of butter, cheese and meats.

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But, but those all evil ACID foods than can cause the cancerz!!!

FAKE NEWS!!!!11111WTFBBQ
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Re: Low-fat diet could kill you, major study shows

Yes, but we are threatened by a butter shortage, prices are soaring.
Sell your gold and invest into milk cows!!!
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*source https://www.ft.com/content/8550f05a-...6-7b38dcaef614
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Old 30.08.2017, 16:41
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Enough meat and fat? I think I got both covered, but thanks...

(Can anyone research the positive effects of pizza please?)
k_and_e already did at 11.23h
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Would you rather die having happily eaten lots of bacon..

Or die having eaten lots of lettuce..


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I believe in balance - BLT is my favourite meal
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Re: Low-fat diet could kill you, major study shows

I am doing the Ketogenic diet. I eat high fat, 20gr carbs per day. Best thing ever for my weightloss
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I am doing the Ketogenic diet. I eat high fat, 20gr carbs per day. Best thing ever for my weightloss
yep, did that for about 12 months, damn hard to be honest, but lost significant amounts of fat, but muscle building was a no-go, felt pretty sour for days after the gym. Now I am on a targeted carb cycling and i get the benefits of keto, but still consume carbs around the workouts. Its probably the best of both worlds.
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Old 12.09.2017, 10:06
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Re: Low-fat diet could kill you, major study shows

Fundamentally any diet where you cut something out or significantly reduce something is flawed because unless you are prepared to stick to that regimen for life pretty much as soon as you go back to a regular diet the pounds will comeback.

It's not quite as simple as calories in versus calories out but not far off you need to have a balanced diet from all food groups fat carbs protein etc. Cutting something out basically means the body has to create it from something else. The prime example being sugar and the myth that cancer feeds on sugar, that in itself is correct but not the whole story your whole body feeds on sugar so cutting out sugar means you deprive your body of fuel lowering your ability to fight anything, however reducing sugar to daily recommended amount won't kill cancer but it may slow it down as there is no excess sugar for it to feed on.
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Fundamentally any diet where you cut something out or significantly reduce something is flawed because unless you are prepared to stick to that regimen for life pretty much as soon as you go back to a regular diet the pounds will comeback.
Agreed, I see 99.9% of modern advertised diets as short-term fads designed to address our vain pursuits of fast muscle buildup and visibility (men) and fast weight loss and maintaining a low weight (women). I see both as un-natural and unhealthy, and my philosophy is that a regular balanced diet composed of as few processed foods as possible, combined with exercise, is all you need to be healthy in this life (medical conditions notwithstanding). I think everyone should aim to be as slim and healthy as their natural frame allows without forcing or stressing the body to starvation or excess in order to maintain what would otherwise be non-sustainable weights. Just be the healthiest natural you that you can be.

The fashion industry, and modern "health and lifestyle" magazines have a lot to answer for.
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agreed, i see 99.9% of modern advertised diets as short-term fads designed to address cash in on our vain pursuits of fast muscle buildup and visibility (men) and fast weight loss and maintaining a low weight (women) and desire to buy a quick fix. I see both as un-natural and unhealthy, and my philosophy is that a regular balanced diet composed of as few processed foods as possible, combined with exercise, is all you need to be healthy in this life (medical conditions notwithstanding). I think everyone should aim to be as slim and healthy as their natural frame allows without forcing or stressing the body to starvation or excess in order to maintain what would otherwise be non-sustainable weights. Just be the healthiest natural you that you can be.

The fashion industry, and modern "health and lifestyle" magazines have a lot to answer for.
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The prime example being sugar and the myth that cancer feeds on sugar, that in itself is correct but not the whole story your whole body feeds on sugar so cutting out sugar means you deprive your body of fuel lowering your ability to fight anything, however reducing sugar to daily recommended amount won't kill cancer but it may slow it down as there is no excess sugar for it to feed on.
No, sugar is not needed to "fight" anything. Dumbed down, sugar is a monosaccharide, which is the most basic carbohydrate. Your body can break down complex carbs into basic ones, which in a simplistic way is better as it doesnt cause insulin spikes.
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No, sugar is not needed to "fight" anything. Dumbed down, sugar is a monosaccharide, which is the most basic carbohydrate. Your body can break down complex carbs into basic ones, which in a simplistic way is better as it doesnt cause insulin spikes.
Actually most of what we call "sugar" in "dumbed down" form is a disacharide - sucrose.
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Old 12.09.2017, 11:50
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The prime example being sugar and the myth that cancer feeds on sugar, that in itself is correct but not the whole story your whole body feeds on sugar so cutting out sugar means you deprive your body of fuel lowering your ability to fight anything, however reducing sugar to daily recommended amount won't kill cancer but it may slow it down as there is no excess sugar for it to feed on.
The only way sugar consumption affects cancers is through consuming too much and becoming obese or overweight. It's the excess fat that triggers cancer and not the sugar. There is strong evidence of this.
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