The NIH, CDC, and FDA (not to mention the Department of Agriculture) have been a public-health disaster.
The USDA continues to ignore it on dietary recommendations.
These people are criminals, in the numbers of illness and premature deaths they are causing.
Eight ones that are safe to eat anyway.
Since I’ve started cooking sous vide, I’ve been using the vacuum sealer for freezer bags. It seems to pretty much eliminate any freezer burn.
No, seed oils are not “healthy oils,” and you don’t get high cholesterol from eating saturated fats.
Is it killing your gut?
I rarely drink out of plastic bottles. And most of the water I drink comes from our four-stage reverse-osmosis filter. Not sure where else I’d be getting plastic.
This looks like an interesting approach, but I’m skeptical until I better understand what the rodents were actually fed. A “western high-fat diet” is a meaningless phrase. What kind of fats? Saturated? Seed oils? There is no scientific evidence that eating fat per se creates arterial plaque. How many and what kind of carbs were they getting?
Another study that says it can reduce mortality.
Patricia quit drinking it a couple years ago (except when she goes out to breakfast), so I quit making it (and drinking it myself). I never acquired a taste for the swill, and (as noted in the article) these results don’t mean that non-drinkers should start drinking it, so I guess I won’t.
It’s way past time. I’d bet that if we got rid of the Iowa caucuses, it would be a lot easier to get rid of it.
An interesting history of an interesting people. There was a Basque restaurant on Redondo Pier that we never tried, but I think it fell victim to Covid; it wasn’t there the last time we went there a few weeks ago. Thirty years ago, on a road trip, Patricia and I ate at a Basque family-style place in Reno, and it was exactly as described.
This is interesting, and potentially useful research.
As the old saying goes, you can’t run away from a bad diet.