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CHRIS KNOBBE 4 | Rise in seed oil use parallels rise in chronic diseases

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presents episode 797 | Dr Chris Knobbe
Dr Ken Berry podcast.

In 1865: USA average consumption
Linoleic acid: 2.4g [1.1% of calories] 1999: 18g [7.2%] 2008: 29g [11.8%] -an 11 fold increase!
Same timeframe
-explosion in obesity
19th century men: 1.2%
2016 men: 42.5%
Coronary heart disease exploded

1811 Boston: 1 in 188 deaths were from cancer
1900 USA: 1 in 6 deaths: cancer [17%] 2010 USA: 1 in 3 deaths: cancer [31.1%] “This parallels the rise in vegetable oils
[linoleic acid] & processed foods”
Diabetes
19th century: extraordinarily rare
today: 13% of population and growing
-AMD [age related macular degeneration] -Alzheimer’s & metabolic syndrome
“All were UNKNOWN in 19th century”

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