Diet and Fat: A Severe Case of Mistaken Consensus (

This article makes the point that the consensus on the health benefits of fat reduction in the diet are not scientifically born out. Instead it’s the result of the moral equivalent of the herding instinct for scientists.

Could this be true? A basic dietary assumption of the past 40 years was a whoops? And if scientists were wrong about something this fundamental, what else could they be wrong about.

Maybe Woody Allen’s predictions in the movie “Sleeper” really will come true (Ie., in the future, steak and cigarettes are determined to be healthy)

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