Don’t Fear Fat! Here’s the Documentary Cereal Killers

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The documentary Cereal Killers has now been released on internet. It follows Donal O’Neill, who tries to avoid walking in his father’s footsteps (with heart disease) by eating a high-fat diet.

The hour-long movie follows his experiences during four weeks of high-fat dieting, including careful medical examinations. Don’t miss the surprised lab technician 48 minutes into the movie. Donal’s basic metabolic rate increased according to the examinations, which the technician says he’s never seen before and can’t figure out why it happened. Perhaps he needs to read up a little.

In the movie we can also see Professor Tim Noakes from South Africa, Dr. Briffa from England and an Australian cricket team.

Well worth watching for 5 dollars:

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29 Comments

  1. eddy
    Here is some recent news regarding multi vitamin use

    http://theness.com/neurologicablog/index.php/strike-three-for-multivi...

    Reply: #4
  2. Ondrej
    "Donal’s basic metabolic rate increased according to the examinations, which the technician says he’s never seen before and can’t figure out why it happened."

    Finally, we verified MAD (Metabolic Advantage Dogma).

    Never mind that over 30 tightly controlled metabolic ward trials in the English language do not show such thing.

    Your faith has saved you LCHF son/daughter.

    I'm now more convinced than ever that Comrade Karl Marx was right when he said religion is the opium of the people.

    Reply: #3
  3. Ondrej,
    Some science for you:
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22735432
    Reply: #7
  4. Charlie
    Flawed Research Used to Attack Multivitamin Supplements

    http://www.lef.org/featured-articles/Flawed-Research-Used-to-Attack-M...

  5. Honeywell
    I'm sure I would enjoy the film but $5 to rent an hour long documentary is just not going to happen -- it doesn't seem worth it at all to me.
    Reply: #6
  6. An hour of your time is not worth 5 dollars?

    Well, I guess luckily the best things in life are free.

  7. Ondrej
    Doctor, I'm thoroughly familiar with the study. If you read the complete study, not just the abstract, you'll notice that subjects were quarantined for ONLY THREE DAYS. The rest of the time they operated under free living conditions.

    Free living conditions indicate lack of control of what subjects consumed. Thus, this study, v. numerous metabolic ward studies with proper control of subjects fails miserably.

    I am glad I got your attention so I can get the record straight. I have nothing against LCHF. As a matter of fact, LCHF is required under certain medical conditions. And I consider a medical condition being unable to process crabs properly. Some people need LCHF to meet their dietary goals. And you are doing a great job with your patients.

    However, just like Tito's and Stalin's communism differed, even though they had the same goals, it is not absolutely required to go LCHF to reach health goals. I can produce scores of populations that are healthy, slim and long lived without LCHF. And I've seen individuals who gained weight and health deteriorated from LCHF.

    At any rate, keep up the good work. Helping others is what matters.

    Replies: #9, #21
  8. Jonas A
    You compare lchf with Stalin communism and Tito... Then you make up some fable about how you can make scores of populations slim and healthy without really telling us how. Have you accomplished this? Where is your scientific papers? Do you know that lchf are backed up with science for being a healthy diet? And your claims about seeing peoples health beeing deteriorated from lchf is just made up. If it isnt made up show us the proof.

    How ever, keep up the good work of making a clown of yourself. Kind regards Stalin.

    Reply: #10
  9. Paul the rat
    @ Ondrej
    I see that human nutrition is not the only field that you can not comprehend. Story of communism and its henchmen is the other.
  10. Ondrej
    @ Jonas A, The revanchist, neo-nazis, white supremacists, kkk cannot stand Comrade Stalin's accomplishments and genius.

    Comrade Stalin converted Russia from a neo-feudal backward, agricultural nation into a world power.

    He single handedly stopped at Stalingrad the invincible, undefeated nazi war machine, eventually delivering a crushing defeat.

    Had it not been for him, today you would be living in the third reich.

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  11. Ondrej
    @prt, you have some chutzpa to talk about henchmen when you tried surreptitiously to assassinate me by suggesting I try your "friendly" cyanide concoction.

    If the ethics division of your university ever finds out about this you would be on the street in a heartbeat. And if you live in a country with hate laws you would be in jail.

    Reply: #12
  12. Paul the rat
    Lucky for me I do not live under Stalin terror regime than.

    The fact that you: 1) glorify Stalin 2) take my jocular reference to cyanide seriously and quote it every time you make response to me, provide yet another examples how infantile, emotionally and mentally undeveloped you are.

    Personally I say that anyone who glorifies a man (Stalin and yearns for his glory days to return) who murdered more people by his orders that any other man in history deserves….. well I rest it to the visitors of this blog to draw their own conclusions.

    What is the difference between nazi regime and Stalin regime Ondrej?

  13. Megan
    back to the film...watched it today and was impressed. Well worth my £3 to watch it. Admittedly it is just a rehash of all the other similar films out there, but the testing of his health markers was interesting. it would be great if it got a similar airing as that one about Mcdonalds but I kind of doubt it.
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  15. Paul the rat
    do elementary school kids have access to cyanide in the country you live Ondrej? - Dreaming about Stalin times eh?

    And you are the savior of the human kind

  16. Zell
    I Adore Fat - organic butter, heavy cream and coconut oil. I've learned that fat w/o sugar is a way to battle the intense drive I have to binge on desserts. My cravings are still with me, but they are much weaker than they used to be (albeit, still strong, even after 2 years of going vlc). I've not been able to stay extremely low carb, at this point. I've needed & wanted to add in some cereal, in fact. Shredded whole wheat cereal. (Doing vlc is not easy when organic meat is so Extremely Expensive - I just can't afford this type of diet). My cereal has tons of fiber and no added sugars. I have it w/almond milk. Perhaps not All cereals are killers? The cereal I eat has NO added sugars whatsoever (I had been eating a cereal with barley malt, which is a sugar, so I stopped that) and it's tasty and I don't binge on it, and it's a complex carb food w/tons of fiber. I think Dr. Lustig, at least, would approve.
  17. murray
    @ Jonas A, The revanchist, neo-nazis, white supremacists, kkk cannot stand Comrade Stalin's accomplishments and genius.Comrade Stalin converted Russia from a neo-feudal backward, agricultural nation into a world power.He single handedly stopped at Stalingrad the invincible, undefeated nazi war machine, eventually delivering a crushing defeat.Had it not been for him, today you would be living in the third reich.

    Yikes! --- res ipsa loquitur.

  18. murray
    I saw Cereal Killers. It was an upbeat, fun film that my wife and I much enjoyed. The look on the barrow lady at the market when she heard Donal say he ate mostly fat was worth the price of the rental. The film picked up on a broad range of reactions I get from other people when they see or hear what I eat. Very humorous.

    Sadly, the film left out the most celebrated cereal killers of all--Comrade Stalin Flakes. We must celebrate our communist love object's exalted genius of keeping cereal out of the mouths of hungry Ukrainians! He stands as a lion in the pantheon of LCHF luminaries! His mighty reign rains through our dreams. Oh, oh Stalin, we miss you!

  19. Megan
    I wish this movie was on iTunes! I so want to see it!
  20. Huffster
    If this can get to Netflix streaming like Tom Naughton's FatHead did, Ill certainly check it out.
  21. ...it is not absolutely required to go LCHF to reach health goals. I can produce scores of populations that are healthy, slim and long lived without LCHF.

    Sure, I agree.

    At any rate, keep up the good work. Helping others is what matters.

    Thanks.

    Reply: #26
  22. Bill UK
    Could someone translate the following article please? Into something that could be interpreted by someone with a bit of education.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22735432

    Reply: #23
  23. Zepp
    It says that if one is dieting for weight loss one have to get a calorie reduction, but ones body reacts on that by reducing REE, (Resting Energy Expenditure), and TEE (Total Energy Expenditure)!

    But on a low carb diet the reduction is less.. and highest on a low fat diet!

    Its an other way to say that a calorie is a calorie.. but different calories affect ones body in different ways.. and one dont want to feel fatiuge or get a lower BMR !

  24. bill
    Just watched Cereal Killers and it was very good.

    Well worth the 5 dollar rental.

    I'd like to know if he put his father on the diet.

  25. Huypham
    this article is so funny. following a proper diet plan will help people lose weight naturally. people will not have to fear of fat.
    http://vkool.com/how-to-get-a-lean-body-with-the-lean-body-lifestyle/
  26. JOEY B
    So you think everything with sugar is bad?? I ate noting but fresh fruit for 2 weeks as a self experiment to see if it was possible to gain weight on fruit alone and actually lost weight I did not notice the number on the scale go up until I started eating the refined carbs again like crackers bread and pasta! although to be fair I have never tried a low carb diet for an extended period of time.
    Reply: #27
  27. Zepp
    Noe.. nobody thinks that anything whit natural sugars are bad, then would meat be bad altso!

    Its this thing that one relys on sugar/carbs for major energy purposes that bad for most of us!

    And a whole fruit diet is of anything a low calorie diet.. there are few that could eat thah much fruits to get that much calories!

    Fruits are natural and real foods.. like tomatoes and cucumbers.. it can be whitin a low carb diet!

    But if one is obese and/or have metabolic syndrome one can limit theme!

  28. Elaine Worner
    Well it was/is worth the $5.00. film reinforces the changes I have made..no white sugar low carbs and no cereals and grains......
  29. Maggie
    Seriously, will Lancet do this particle test for me on my lipogram (here in South Africa?) - if not, where can I have it done. It seems to me that when one is on a Keto diet you should hve those particle results, else what's the point if you don't know and sit and worry. Can anyone tell me where roundabout in Johannesburg it can be done? Cheers
  30. Gill
    Hi
    I've been on a no sugar diet for 4 weeks and feel great. At a starting weight of 15 1/2 stone I knew I needed to kick my sugar addition. The science has been really helpful- fructose is really addictive and has no off switch and cutting it out gave me headaches for 10 days but now I'm through that and I feel brilliant. I've lost 6 lb so far but feel inches fading away- I'm back in clothes that I haven't worn for a while.
    Thanks Donal for spreading the message that we have been lied to for years- in the name of profit. Great film and well worth $5...whatever that is in £.
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