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Old 08-29-2017, 09:44 AM   #1
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This on CBC Canada today! YAY!

http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/health/c...ncet-1.4266130
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Old 08-29-2017, 10:59 AM   #2
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I heard this report on the CBC radio this morning and thought - fantastic! Until the very end when this was said....

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'Moderation is the solution. Don't eat too much of any single thing.'
- Richard Bazinet, U of T's Department of Nutritional Sciences
Not the researcher but a nutritionist. Way to go sideways! LOL!
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Old 08-29-2017, 12:00 PM   #3
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I still think it's a significant move in the right direction in terms of the media
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Old 08-29-2017, 01:17 PM   #4
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ABSOLUTELY!!! Sorry if my message sounded negative. I thought the report was really, truly fantastic! They are getting it!
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Old 08-30-2017, 03:10 AM   #5
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Definitely a step in the right direction. Just yesterday I was scanning some article on the NHS website (British national health authority) and it "reminded" people that the key to reducing obesity is maintaining a low fat CICO lifestyle. It's so ridiculous and irresponsible that the health profession continually peddles this poor advice. They should at least present low carb as an alternative, if not promote it as a primary method. I think it will take another 100 reports like the McMaster report before the health profession starts to smell the coffee.
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I don't think "they" will ever admit they were wrong. They will just have to retire or die.

Even if they did, I think for many people, we have heard too much conflicting advice for too long. People don't believe any of it anymore. Coffee is good, then its bad, then it's OK in moderation........ chocolate, fat, carbs, sweets, nuts, even the sunshine that sustains our very life..... all once good (or at least not bad) for us, and later bad (and some good again).

My dad used to say, "I am old enough to remember when bacon, eggs, and sunshine were good for me." Now they are again if you listen to the right people.
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This came out in N.Z. also......its not enough though and people concerned should see a registered dietician (sponsored by big cereal no doubt).

Agree with you on the sunshine.........it will be the next big myth to be busted.....
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Agree with you on the sunshine.........it will be the next big myth to be busted.....
Yep. We have increasing cancer rates, which they blame on the sun, AND an epidemic of vitamin d deficiency.

I live in a super health conscience hippy dippy place and know lots of people that eat only organic food, claim they can't stand scents, some won't even wear deoderant, but they slather on chemical sunscreen *every* day.

I use sunscreen on occasion if I am going to be in an unusual amount of sun, but I don't think I need it every day.
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Yep. We have increasing cancer rates, which they blame on the sun, AND an epidemic of vitamin d deficiency.

I live in a super health conscience hippy dippy place and know lots of people that eat only organic food, claim they can't stand scents, some won't even wear deoderant, but they slather on chemical sunscreen *every* day.

I use sunscreen on occasion if I am going to be in an unusual amount of sun, but I don't think I need it every day.
I never though about that before, how the sun protection industry has probably over-hyped the risk of UV.
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Yep. We have increasing cancer rates, which they blame on the sun, AND an epidemic of vitamin d deficiency.

I live in a super health conscience hippy dippy place and know lots of people that eat only organic food, claim they can't stand scents, some won't even wear deoderant, but they slather on chemical sunscreen *every* day.

I use sunscreen on occasion if I am going to be in an unusual amount of sun, but I don't think I need it every day.
I agree 100%. I don't use sunscreen unless an unusual circumstance. Every time I buy the stuff, I use it once and then it expires.
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