Nutrition

300. HEALTHY EATING: THE BIG MISTAKE

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106. Bad Science and Big Business Responsible for Obesity Epidemic

Dr David Diamond is a neuroscientist who was overweight with high values for his blood cholesterol (TC) and triglycerides, which indicated that he was a prime candidate for heart disease. He was therefore typical of those who are recommended to be prescribed statins on the grounds that this treatment will lower the TC and therefore

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30. Does Calorie Reduction Result in Long Term Loss of Body Weight?

At any given time there are large numbers of people who are attempting to lose weight. For example a survey conducted in Denmark found that 25% of people classified as underweight were slimming (1). The results for all BMI categories are in Table 1  TABLE 1. PROPORTION SLIMMING IN THE DIFFERENT BMI CATEGORIES BASED ON

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