Who do you look to for information about health and nutrition?
Certainly, conventional advice – advice that is provided in influential publications such as the U.S. government’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans – can be trusted.
If only it were that simple.
A combination of flawed studies, political bias, hidden data, and clever marketing by the food industry led to the demonization of dietary fat and the birth of the low-fat craze – a trend that has lasted decades.
That trend is likely a major cause of most of the serious health problems so many people are experiencing today.
To better understand where the advice to avoid dietary fat came from, a short nutrition science history lesson is necessary.
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