Nanny Knows Best

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Eat Fat To Get Slim

I am hugely gemused to see that after decades of being told by Nanny to cut down on fat, one of Nanny's chums (the National Obesity Forum - NOF) has come out and said that urging people to adopt low-fat diets and to lower their cholesterol is having “disastrous health consequences”.

Dr Aseem Malhotra of NOF is quoted by the Telegraph:

Eating fat does not make you fat.

Promoting low-fat foods is perhaps the biggest mistake in modern medical history."

The report says the low-fat and low-cholesterol message, which has been official policy in the UK since 1983, was based on “flawed science” and had resulted in an increased consumption of junk food and carbohydrates.

The solution is a return to “whole foods” such as meat, fish and dairy, as well as high-fat healthy foods like avocados; in other words, eat the foods that we used to eat before Nanny got half the country eating low fat shit packed with sugar and chemicals.

The report also argues that saturated fat does not cause heart disease while full fat dairy products such as milk, yoghurt and cheese, can actually protect the heart.

"Eat fat to get slim. 

Don’t fear fat; 

fat is your friend."

Unsurprisingly Nanny really hates this, and is doing her level best to rubbish it.

The fact is Nanny's advice on all issues over the years has ended up contradicting itself, it is best to ignore it and use common sense.

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