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Thread: Low Fat Diet=Less Risk of Breast Cancer Death

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    Default Low Fat Diet=Less Risk of Breast Cancer Death

    New American study of intervention diet versus "normal" diet. But no real indication of what the participants "normal diets" were...full of junk carbs, sugar, bad fats, processed foods, what else? All information from a food questionnaire...not known as terribly reliable.
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    Sorry GW any data obtained from food questionnaires is just a waste of time, so the study is merely a mock up to demonstrate something which supports a lie. I don't think I can be bothered to read it and if I did it would irritate.
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    I did the sums.
    3.5% of the women on the low fat intervention contracted the desease and a whopping.... wait for it...... 3.6% of women on the control group contracted the desease, with 10.3% of deaths in the intervention group and 11.2% deaths in the control group.

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    So we'd be correct in assuming it's a load of codswallop?
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    And too many things may have changed, low fat, removed processed junk, increased fruit and veggies so which one created the minor change?
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseymary View Post
    And too many things may have changed, low fat, removed processed junk, increased fruit and veggies so which one created the minor change?
    And who said the deaths were breast cancer related?
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