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Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by StrikerStatus, Jul 11, 2008.
I don't understand why you quoted my reply.
Actually I don't understand your entire post.
well takeahnase edited his post after I hade answered.
but he claimed that I recommend a diet of saturated fats. and my answer was sarkastik. I think that he knows that saturated fats don't only come from vegetable sources. but only that he maybe didn't think that the large amount of saturated fats come from animal sources.
not trolling at all, just not trying to appear as a rabiat humorless freak that can't think of anything else then preaching veganism and taking over the world.
I was hoping it was sarcasm, but I honestly couldn't tell.
Our ways will change soon enough, Feeding 80% of our grain and corn to livestock is bound to catch up with us sooner or later..
I was serious... I'm considering trying to find a hookup for veal brain, appearently highest cholesterol content and lowest carb content in nutritiondata.com's database.
It's interesting watching more and more people side with the high fat diet. Soon 80% of this forum will be agreeing with it. 1 year ago maybe 1% did.
Anyway I eat a high saturated and animal fat diet and my blood work was great. My triglyceride levels were at the very lowest of the acceptable range.
The only edit I made was to make the algae comment. All the soy milk is making you see things.
not true, I've been on the fat = delicious goodness bandwagon for some time now.
I've been on it since early 2007
It is interesting. I had my last physical/bloodwork done in Dec '07, and I'll have another the same time this year. At that time, everything was normal except my HDL, which was elevated. I'm interested to see what a year of paleo-type eating (high fat/mod pro/low carb) will bring.
It's pretty funny how things come full circle
saturated fat heals
A lot of people In this thread knew their shit back In the day
Saturated fat increase = Higher LDL = higher exposure to LDL particles and athersclerosis risk over a lifetime.
Unless it was a massive worldwide conspiracy conducted over the whole western hemisphere, which somehow included all nutritional scientists around the world, lipidologists, cardiologists and the World Health Organization.
Not like the scientific community Is immune to corruption, politics and conflicts of Interest.
I used to believe that too. When I was young and naive. In fact, I was zealously arguing It on this very thread from 9 years ago.. lol
Things change. The reality Is that a lot of our dietary guidelines / fear of saturated fat and cholesterol have been based on bad science for decades.
kinda funny when I think about It. I never actually truly learned a lot of these nutrition truths until 2-3 years later. If only I'd listened to the people In this thread back in 08 perhaps my progress would've been faster. Oh well, live and learn.