You would imagine from its title that the US Department of Agriculture’s Nutrition Evidence Library would be a comprehensive database of all scientific research on nutrition. Unfortunately, it isn’t. Here is its methodology:
Tag: low fat diet
After standing firm against criticism from the food industry of its recent guidance to reduce sugar intake among adults and children to 5%, and from Monsanto for its re-evaluation of glyphosate as
It has taken much longer to complete the film than we had intended when we published the 3-minute prequel on New Year’s Day 2014! The prequel shows the puppets Alph
Can you trust national medical and dietary guidance?Can you trust national medical and dietary guidance?
In recent posts, we have seen that Dr Stephanie Seneff, Senior Research Scientist at MIT, was unable to get her paper published about whether the low fat diet and statins
Justin Smith: The influence of pharmaceutical companiesJustin Smith: The influence of pharmaceutical companies
In the ninth part of his interview for You must be nuts!, Justin Smith, the Producer/Director of the documentary Statin Nation, talks about the influence of pharmaceutical companies, the ‘trouble’ with
Justin Smith: Low fat, high carbohydrate and grainsJustin Smith: Low fat, high carbohydrate and grains
Last week, the UK’s Daily Telegraph published the article Low fat foods stuffed with ‘harmful’ levels of sugar. It analysed the sugar content of a range of food and drinks marketed
Justin Smith: Could a low fat diet & statins cause dementia?Justin Smith: Could a low fat diet & statins cause dementia?
In the seventh part of his interview for You must be nuts!, Justin Smith, Producer/Director of the documentary Statin Nation considers whether a low fat diet and statin drugs could cause
Jerome Burne: How I first heard about ketones and coconut oilJerome Burne: How I first heard about ketones and coconut oil
In this first part of our interview with medical journalist Jerome Burne, he explains how he had heard about ketones and the benefits for the metabolism at a lecture by
Justin Smith: Consistent misinformation about healthy dietJustin Smith: Consistent misinformation about healthy diet
In the second part of our interview with Justin Smith, he explains his reference at the end of part 1 to “the consistent misinformation about what constitutes a healthy diet”.
I should introduce you to my friends Alph, Beel and Chah-Lee. They are puppets. You must be nuts! tells the story of how their exploration of the film’s interviews changes