I thought I would share a really excellent presentation from Dr. Peter Attia, which speaks to some of the items relating to ethics in science that I posted on a few days ago. This history lesson is an amazing discussion of how preconceived notions/myths surrounding the interconnection of diet and our health were packaged into governmental policy and recommendations. I view things like this as cautionary tales – as I said last time, self-inspection and unbiased critique of your own work is critical for obtaining true understanding.

How did we come to believe saturated fat and cholesterol are bad for us? « The Eating Academy | Peter Attia, M.D..

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