Dietary Factors Responsible for Chronic Disease
by David Brown
(Kalsipell, MT, USA)
I began studying nutritional issues and controversies in 1977 after sustaining a back injury. Early in my investigations, books by John Yudkin, T. L. Cleave, Ross Hume Hall, Roger J. Williams, and Weston Price led me to conclude that sugar, not saturated fat, was likely the main culprit in heart disease.
Recent developments, however, seem to implicate excessive omega-6 fatty acid intake also has a negative impact on heart health.
Sadly, for the past forty years, the immoderate attention showered on saturated fats has generated enormous confusion in academia and in the public health sector. It's time to set the record straight.
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