David Brown Questions The Saturated Fat/Heart Disease Hypothesis

Filed under: Health — @ October 27, 2009

David Brown, Dr. Rod Jackson, and I discuss saturated fat effects

Knowing what you believe and why you believe it, being passionate about sharing the truths you have learned through doing your own independent research, and not being intimidated by the so-called health “experts” out there who pretend to know all there is to know about diet, health, and nutrition are all hallmarks of the people who are a part of the enthusiastic and informed low-carb community. I am proud to walk side-by-side with people like this who are unafraid and unabashed in their sincere desire to expose the fraud of conventional wisdom regarding healthy living while spreading the facts about why the high-fat, low-carbohydrate nutritional approach is working so incredibly well for people who desire optimal health. One such person who exemplifies the essence of communicating the low-carb message effectively to those in positions of power and influence within the health industry is David Brown.

Describing himself as a “self-styled nutrition science analyst,” Brown has certainly taken on a rather unique approach to bringing about change to the vice-grip that the inner circle of the health establishment has on public opinion regarding what healthy living is. Through his “Nutrition Education Project” blog and direct interactions with nutritional opinion-makers worldwide, he is offering up non-threatening messages that include many of the concepts you and I already understand about the inseparable and undeniable relationship between the right kind of diet and disease prevention. You might recall in March 2009 when I wrote about when David called out Dr. David Katz for his insane comments about the Frank Sacks study on calories published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Well, he’s at it again, this time in casual response to something intriguing he saw on the American Society For Nutrition web site.

Click here to read what he wrote to me and the ensuing conversation about saturated fat that happened with an anti-fat New Zealand health expert.


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