How we ended up scapegoating fat and vindicating sugar

Two fried eggs in a frying pan

How come we ended up believing that fat and cholesterol were artery-clogging? Was there actually any hard science in support of this? Well – not much.

If you’re curious about the specifics, then here’s a concise article about how we ended up blaming fat (possibly for what the carbs did) without any good high-quality evidence.

The Low-Carb High-Fat Dietitian: Bad fat and enduring beliefs



Most viewed BMJ paper 2017: Saturated fat does not clog the arteries

The real reason the AHA still fears saturated fat?

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