Tag Archives: saturated fat

Not just any fat – saturated fat is key

During the last year in the UK I have noticed an increase in positive reviews over low carb diets. It certainly feels that the low carb awakening has started and that awareness about low carb diets is increasing. However, still many Brits seem to associate saturated fat with something you should avoid and the majority […]

LCHF and the science behind it

Despite half a century of research there is still no evidence that natural saturated fat (such as butter, eggs, coconut, cream, cheese, animal fats etc.) is anything but completely safe to eat. The latest review of all major trials of low carb diets shows improved weight and improvement of all major risk factors for heart […]

Any defence of sugar is pure confection

This is a great piece highlighting the irresponsible marketing by the food industry in combination that we are given wrong dietary advice by doctors. The incorrect assumption has been made that increased fat in the bloodstream is caused by increased saturated fat in the diet. Modern scientific evidence is however proving that carbohydrates and sugar are actually […]