Re: Review Casts Doubt on Soy Health Benefits

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Knack, Jan 23, 2006.

  1. Knack

    Knack Guest

    I know that the subject pertains to soy proteins, not lipids, but I can't
    resist mentioning a problem with research funded by the "vegetable" oil (soy
    oil; soylent-yellow) industry.

    Under pressure from the seed oils industry the results of the foundational
    studies about dietary saturated fat, which were mostly done prior to 1971,
    were misinterpreted. Then the American Heart Ass. and the FDA began
    condemning the consumption of saturated fats in favor of unsaturated fats.

    Mark my words: Some time during the next 5 years official statements about
    the saturated fat paradigm will be widely publicized; that not all saturated
    fats are bad, and that in fact it's the excessive amounts of polyunsaturated
    fats, particulary linoleic acid (omega-6 fat) which are causing more health
    problems than the bad saturated fats. Realisticly, such a statement is
    unlikely to come from the American Heart Ass. because then they would have
    to eat crow after being being the chief propagator of general misinformation
    about dietary saturated fat for at least the past 35 years.
     
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  2. Enrico C

    Enrico C Guest

    On Tue, 24 Jan 2006 00:21:01 GMT, Knack wrote in
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    > Mark my words: Some time during the next 5 years official statements about
    > the saturated fat paradigm will be widely publicized; that not all saturated
    > fats are bad,


    Fresh whipped cream, unsweetened, is bad? :)



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  3. Knack

    Knack Guest

    "Enrico C" <use_replyto_address@despammed.com> wrote in message
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    > On Tue, 24 Jan 2006 00:21:01 GMT, Knack wrote in
    > <news:NpeBf.1372$1n4.206@newsread2.news.pas.earthlink.net> on
    > sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension :
    >
    >> Mark my words: Some time during the next 5 years official statements
    >> about
    >> the saturated fat paradigm will be widely publicized; that not all
    >> saturated
    >> fats are bad,

    >
    > Fresh whipped cream, unsweetened, is bad? :)


    Depends on who the person is, what he/she has already had to eat that day
    (or is planning to eat later on), and the level of quality of the cream.
    First of all cream is not good for anyone who is either lactose intolerant,
    or has an allergic reaction to dairy products, or who has a tendency to
    become constipated for any reason. If neither is the case, then on Monday
    afternoon if you've already got too much omega-6 fat from seed oils (other
    than flax or borage seed), then it would be better to choose cream with
    supper rather than to have more seed oil that day. But not all full-fat
    creams are equal. Cream from a Holstein cow, that has been fed grains and
    given antibiotics and hormones does your body more harm than good. However,
    organicly produced cream from a goat, sheep, Jersey cow, or Guernsey cow
    that has been fed only grass (not fed grains) is a healthy choice. The breed
    of cow is an important consideration. Only Jersey and Guernsey cows produce
    milk that does not contain harmful A1 beta-casein.

    Now suppose on Tuesday you've already had some quality cream for breakfast
    with high-omega-3 eggs and later on had some wild salmon and very little
    other fats. On that day you would be better off choosing extra virgin olive
    oil with your supper rather than eating any more saturated fats.
     
  4. Enrico C wrote:

    > On Tue, 24 Jan 2006 00:21:01 GMT, Knack wrote in
    > <news:NpeBf.1372$1n4.206@newsread2.news.pas.earthlink.net> on
    > sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension :
    >
    >> Mark my words: Some time during the next 5 years official statements
    >> about the saturated fat paradigm will be widely publicized; that not all
    >> saturated fats are bad,

    >
    > Fresh whipped cream, unsweetened, is bad? :)
    >
    >
    >
    > X'Posted to: sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension
    >


    Depends on where you place it on her body!

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  5. Enrico C

    Enrico C Guest

    On Thu, 26 Jan 2006 17:56:21 -0800, Pramesh Rutajit wrote in
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    sci.med.nutrition,sci.life-extension :

    >> Fresh whipped cream, unsweetened, is bad? :)


    > Depends on where you place it on her body!


    On her hot chocolate, you mean! ;-D


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