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Study: Modified Milk Fat Reduces Plasma Triacylglycerol Concentrations

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by Loomy, Jul 23, 2010.

  1. Loomy Purple Belt

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    Apparently industry is trying to fix milk fat so it doesn't kill us so much?

    SpringerLink - Book Chapter


    Can someone post some of the full text of this? I can't wait to read how the solution to killer milk fat is letting cows eat grass.
     
  2. Ares.420 Purple Belt

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    This thread will be fun will to read
     
  3. Stungun101 Red Belt

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    What's wrong with one's cholesterol being raised?

    Outdated nutritional premises are outdated.
     
  4. JerkWeed Brown Belt

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    Not that long ago they thought hydrogenated vegetable oils would save our arteries from the ravages of butter and that didn't pan out well.
     
  5. Origins Blue Belt

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    Do you have any research that suggests that milk fat increases actual markers for heart disease?
     
  6. JSN choo-CHOO!

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    it doesn't say anything about that.
     
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    Man, what a time to read something like this 3 weeks into starting GOMAD.
     
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    Don't worry about it. Keep drinking your milk.
     

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