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  1. Total cholesterol and all-cause mortality by sex and age: a prospective cohort study

    Total cholesterol and all-cause mortality by sex and age: a prospective cohort study among 12.8 million adults

    There is a disconnect between the advice we are currently being given

    and what is...
  2. Association of Step Volume and Intensity With All-Cause Mortality in Older Women

    Association of Step Volume and Intensity With All-Cause Mortality in Older Women
    Key Points
    Question Are increased numbers of steps per day associated with lower mortality rates among older women?...
  3. Medical controversies Start the Week

    Medical controversies Caroline Criado Perez exposes the gender biases in medical and scientific research. She argues that women have often been excluded from the data which has had a huge impact on...
  4. While of course the higher amount of food...

    While of course the higher amount of food consumed while consuming processed food is obviously going to impact on weight gain I think there is more than just the extra calories involved in the...
  5. Have redone it so should work now

    Have redone it so should work now
  6. I'm surprised it would cost so much more to eat...

    I'm surprised it would cost so much more to eat unprocessed meals.
    I suppose that is partly because I've a vegetable garden and grow a lot of my own and haven't bought much processed food recently...
  7. Maybe Kevin Hall has been converted to the idea...

    Maybe Kevin Hall has been converted to the idea that it's not all about calories?
    Photos of the meals eaten both processed and unprocessed are here
    It may take a while to download as there are...
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    You can read the actual study here. Sub-optimal...

    You can read the actual study here.
    Sub-optimal cholesterol response to initiation of statins and future risk of cardiovascular disease


    Is Nutrition Research Seriously Flawed? Can Hazelnuts...
  9. I've been enjoying the National Public Radio...

    I've been enjoying the National Public Radio discussion. Unfortunately the audience participation and the comments following the article seem to be dominated by those supporting calorie counting. I...
  10. DEATH OF THE CALORIE (from The Economist)

    Death of the calorie
    Peter Wilson is a freelance writer based in London. He lost 13kg in four months thanks to what he learned researching this story

    While this is a topic Zoe had covered many...
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    Breaking news: Seidelmann, et al. did not collude...

    Breaking news: Seidelmann, et al. did not collude with EAT-Lancet. Obstruction of Science still unsettled.


    We need to be encouraging those who challenge orthodox consensus opinion by pointing...
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    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/MJppm_h0a9Y/hqdefault.jpg?s...

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/MJppm_h0a9Y/hqdefault.jpg?sqp=-oaymwEZCNACELwBSFXyq4qpAwsIARUAAIhCGAFwAQ==&rs=AOn4CLCFjkeLGDWgKQcf_KOsooUUyabPdQ
    Dr Ben Goldacre: RCGP AC 2018 22 minutes

    Because the video...
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    But one of the reasons for the recent outrage...

    But one of the reasons for the recent outrage against prominent cholesterol deniers is that it is rather than being based on actual science it is pseudoscientific denialism.

    However, those who...
  14. Lower BP Linked to Cognitive Decline in Frail...

    Lower BP Linked to Cognitive Decline in Frail Elderly Medscape article (it may lead to my login, if you haven't your own it's free and quick to set one up)
    Based on this research.
    Systolic Blood...
  15. I think most of the points made here have already...

    I think most of the points made here have already been covered but it's good to see others are equally cross about this constant stream of bad science and fake news being perpetually spread by those...
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    Lipid-Lowering Therapies: Risks in Women and...

    Lipid-Lowering Therapies: Risks in Women and Evidence-Based Options
    sounds like compelling evidence to me but as it's only women perhaps they think it doesn't matter?
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    I don't know why this is "news" the paper on...

    I don't know why this is "news" the paper on which it is based comes from here 2017 Published by Elsevier Ireland Ltd
    Why women are not small men
    You don't have to pay for access as what you can...
  18. Carbohydrates & Cardiovascular disease...

    Carbohydrates & Cardiovascular disease

    Diabetes, Cholesterol, BP: Normal is no longer normal

    I bet you can guess who wrote the quoted section above without clicking the link.
  19. Does treating high blood pressure do any good?...

    Does treating high blood pressure do any good?

    While I think it's possible that having a lower blood pressure is probably better than having high BP I'm not convinced that drug BP lowering is the...
  20. Who Will Stand Up for Rigorous Science Over Industry Interests andóreally?óReligion?

    The 2020 Dietary Guidelines Committee: Who Will Stand Up for Rigorous Science Over Industry Interests andóreally?óReligion?

    It's a problem that been in the air for some time now.
    How the Food and...
  21. Ten Lifestyle Modification Approaches to Treat...

    Ten Lifestyle Modification Approaches to Treat Atrial Fibrillation
    I can't access the full text of the Low Carbohydrate Diets and Risk of Incident Atrial Fibrillation paper and without that it's...
  22. In fact new research shows the deniers may be...

    In fact new research shows the deniers may be understating the risk of diabetes incidence associated with statin use.

    Statin use and risk of developing diabetes: results from the Diabetes...
  23. Formal comment on "Systematic review of the...

    Formal comment on "Systematic review of the predictors of statin adherence for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease".
    Came across this recent paper again and it's possible some people...
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    I'm not suggesting that lack of vitamin d and...

    I'm not suggesting that lack of vitamin d and magnesium is the only factor driving diabetes/heart disease. But if you've been following Kendrick's Cause of Heart Disease series you will know that...
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    While there is a lot more to sunlight than just...

    While there is a lot more to sunlight than just vitamin d3 we should not forget that vitamin d is the regulator of the insulin degrading enzyme that also clears amyloid and glucagon.

    Bear in mind...
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