Posted by Colin Rose on June 9, 2009
Any form of refined fat has no significant nutritional value other than calories and serves no purpose other than to make junk foods like pastries. Lard is enviromentllay friendly? If we don`t raise any domestic pigs we don`t have to worry about eating all their parts and we would would avoid a lot of environmental degradation. The same goes for domestic beef.
Fat, naturallyBY REGINA SCHRAMBLING Slate
09 Jun 2009
Wait long enough and everything bad for you is good again. Sugar? Naturally better than high-fructose corn syrup. Chocolate? A bar a day keeps the doctor away. Caffeine? Bring it on. Lard, however, has always been a ridiculously hard sell. Over at…read more…
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Posted by Colin Rose on June 6, 2009
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Posted by Colin Rose on June 3, 2009
Dr Nicholas Christou, a bariatric surgeon, claims that obese people are dying for lack of bariatric surgery. Do you ask a barber if you need a haircut? There is not a single randomized, sham-operated, controlled trial proving that gastric bypass or banding has saved even one life. Morbidly obese people are not dying from lack of bariatric surgery but from junk food addiction . Before the discovery of drugs for reducing stomach acid, many thousands of gastric bypasses were done to treat peptic ulcer disease but they were never associated with major weight loss. But now stomach surgery is touted to be the cure for obesity. If “diet and exercise” don’t work then why do patients after bariatric surgery still have to “stay on their diets”? Quite likely, bariatric surgery “works” only because patients are convinced that they must control their addiction or suffer abdominal pain. Eventually they discover they can eat as before and, if they haven’t mastered their addiction, regain the weight. Before we spend many billions of dollars on this unproven “treatment” a controlled trial is essential.
Obese dying awaiting operations
SHARON KIRKEY CANWEST NEWS SERVICE
03 Jun 2009
Patients in Canada are dying while waiting their turn for obesity surgery, according to new research that says wait times for bariatric surgery are the longest of any surgically treated condition in the country. In 2007, 6,783 patients were waiting…read more…
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