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  • Here is The Big Fat Surprise that will rock your nutrition world forever

    The Big Fat Surprise, written by the experienced investigative journalist Nina Teicholz, is packed with the surprises proving that fats are a necessary part of our everyday diet. With eye-opening facts, this best seller explains everything that is completely wrong with the dietary science backing the ever-popular low-fat diet.   Read More

    • Martin
    • 07/09/2017
  • Nina Teicholz Explains Everything Wrong With The Seven Countries Study

    Nina Teicholz, an investigative journalist, champions the idea that saturated fat is not the harmful demon that it’s been made out to be. In her book, The Big Fat Surprise, she analyzes The Seven Countries Study, which was the study to first and most influentially demonized saturated fats. Teicholz discovers Read More

    • Martin
    • 05/09/2017
  • Top 3 Reasons Why Saturated Fat is Your Health’s Best Friend

    We have consumed saturated fat for nearly thousands of decades. However, six decades ago, the nutritional world adopted a fat-free way of living, which is not that healthy as many research works claim it to be. Contrary to what the US dietary establishment state, a low-fat diet is not at Read More

    • Martin
    • 21/08/2017
  • Nina Teicholz’ The Big Fat Surprise Denies Dietary Cholesterol Danger

    Cholesterol in our diet does not increase the dangerous cholesterol that clogs our arteries and exacerbates heart disease. So says Nina Teicholz in her book The Big Fat Surprise. According to her, we have been approaching the very real problem of heart attack risk from the wrong angle for many Read More

    • Martin
    • 27/07/2017
  • How Nina Teicholz Exposes Low-fat Diets in The Big Fat Surprise

    In Nina Teicholz’s book, The Big Fat Surprise, the surprise is that fat is actually good for us and carbohydrates are the culprits of many of our health issues. She explores this revelation by reviewing over 50 years of scientific and sometimes not-so-scientific studies on nutrition.   The idea that Read More

    • Martin
    • 25/07/2017
  • The Slick History of Vegetable Oil

    In her Wall Street Journal essay “The Questionable Link between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease,” Nina Teicholz, author of The Big Fat Surprise, says that our nation’s love affair with vegetable oils is the consequence of the advice that we’ve received on lowering our consumption of saturated fats.   It Read More

    • Martin
    • 21/07/2017
  • Fake News Isn’t New: The USDA Practiced with Low-Fat Recommendations Years Ago

    Fake news is everywhere. We have our president accusing nearly everyone of it, even when it comes from legitimate sources.   Then, there are the actual culprits – “news” sites generated by posers or just people who know how to set up a website that publish whatever it is they Read More

    • Martin
    • 20/07/2017
  • What We Don’t Know about Nutrition May Hurt Us

    For over 50 years, we have been told that a low-fat diet is the key to improving health, losing weight and preventing heart disease. Not so fast, says Nina Teicholz, author of The Big Fat Surprise. This information was not based on sound science and should not be taken without Read More

    • Martin
    • 20/07/2017
  • Looking at Habit-Kicking in a New Way

    I read an article in the Washington Post recently that was focused on spring cleaning. Ten different authors each wrote an article nominating something that we were all better off with. The content was great, and the idea of it was even greater. What if we looked at ways to Read More

    • Martin
    • 19/07/2017
  • The Inconspicuous Self-Help

    Self-help can be defined in so many ways. There are countless books out there about the next way to improve your appearance, your mind, your productivity – you name what you want to help about yourself, I guarantee there is a book about it.   Sometimes, however, self-help books aren’t Read More

    • Martin
    • 19/07/2017