Last year I put up a couple of posts of Australian TV shows kicking sand in the face of mainstream nutritional and medical practices.
The first debunked the idea that saturated fat and cholesterol are bad for your health and included and interview with yours truly.
The second, which really got the mainstream docs riled, showed a different perspective on statins. It got the statinators so worked up that they mounted a campaign – fueled with drug money, I would guess – that ended up making the network remove the show from its website.
Now, Dr. Maryanne Demasi has done the same kind of investigative reporting about the low-carbohydrate diet. And, unlike most mainstream media reporters, she has actually interviewed proponents of the low-carb diet.
Take a look. And enjoy.
If you are interested in reading any of the papers mentioned in this show, you can access them from the Catalyst website.
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