A lot of other food producers profited from the demonization of fat. This is the biggest health disaster in history, I think.
[Update a while later]
There is no reason to even consider eating reduced-fat cheese. Same with all dairy, including milk. Low-fat milk is a nutritional abomination.
It’s almost impossible to find whole-milk mozarella, at least shredded. Fage won’t produce a whole-milk Greek yogurt; best you can do is two percent. And Costco only sells fat-free. Fortunately, Trader Joe’s has started selling its own brand, in whole-milk, at a lower price, so that’s our new yogurt.
What we need to know before we send people there. And they don’t even discuss the gravity issue.
[Update a few minutes later]
Eric Berger says that Elon is between a rocket and a hard place. I don’t think that taxpayer money should to go build giant rockets, whether by SpaceX or Boeing.
A very nice, but long piece on the current state of the art, over at Gizmodo.
This seems like too much work for me, given that I’ve never had a good cup of coffee (it’s just a matter of to what degree it tastes less awful), but here’s a guide to roasting your own.
…may prevent and treat migraines. I don’t suffer from them, but I know a lot of people who do.
A new breakthrough drug to halt it in its tracks?
Of course, there’s always this: “Despite it being a small sample there appeared to be a slowing of cognitive decline and functional decline. The group with a high degree of amyloid removal were basically stable. If we could reproduce this it would be terrific.”
Yes. Yes it would.
…is finally starting to be treated as the disease that it is.
This has been a philosophical battle, but we’re finally making headway. I hope it’s not too late for me.