It looks like you have cookies disabled. You will need to re-enable them, in your browser settings, to use buy items from the shop.

Low Fat is a Fraud and Corruption the Cause - it's Official!

For nearly a decade, we've been determined to show that good FATS are HEALTHY and that there is corruption at play in Government Guidelines. The argument that healthy fat is bad for us was based on science that was debunked decades ago. And it doesn't take much to work out that involving junk food companies such as Kellogs and Coca Cola in policy making decisions is a recipe for disaster.

Slowly but surely, we are winning. Awareness is growing and more and more people are joining the battle to get us back to real food for the health of the nation.

It always pleases us when the mainstream press get on board. And both the papers and radio today are covering the excellent report from the National Obesity Forum and the Public Health Collaboration today (23rd May 2016).  These two organisations are causing a stir amongst officials and scientists. But it's not news to many of us in nutrition!

In brief, the health advice is “Eat fat to get slim. Don’t fear fat. Fat is your friend. It’s now truly time to bring back the fat.” And the accusation is clear that that commercial interests have corrupted the general advice. We couldnt agree more.

Read coverage of the report at the Guardian HERE

The processed food agenda is a powerful one. Always eat naturally for good health!

Follow the links below for more information, but good fats are primarily butter, lard, olive oil, avocados, coconut oil and hemp oil.  Processed vegetable oils (soybean oil, corn oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil and rapeseed / canola oil) are NOT healthy and should not be used.

 

Related Articles

  • Low Fat is Fattening!

    …You heard us right.  Low fat is the last thing to do if you want to be slim! How can that be when "low fat" is so well established in government guidelines, shopping aisles, and health campaigns?  …

  • Butter or Margarine?

    …Is margarine really a healthy replacement for butter? Has butter been fairly demonized? And what exactly is the "problem" with saturated fats?

  • We'll Have an Egg for Breakfast Please

    …Corporations have figured out ways to insinuate themselves into private space of the family, processed foods is one of those ways.  Tony the Tiger has a lot to answer for.

SAVE 10% ON YOUR FIRST ORDER
Free same day UK despatch on orders over £35 (£1.75 below)
International Rates Click here