Ken Berry & Chris Knobbe. Veggie oil consumption correlates perfectly with rise in heart disease
-heart disease & vegetable oil
No correlation between
-heart disease & saturated fat
Saturated fat increased only 5g
in the past century!
“This graph alone would prove to
the world that saturated fat had
NOTHING TO DO WITH HEART
Correlation does not prove causation
-but, must have correlation before
able to prove causation
Since there is no correlation between
saturated fat & heart disease
-CANNOT PROVE SATURATED FAT
CAUSES HEART DISEASE
But, vegetable has a STRONG, POSITIVE
correlation with heart disease, so
-it may very well be a serious cause
So, researchers should have
investigated vegetable oils &
but due to funding from Proctor
& Gamble and others,
vegetable oils were not researched
[studies that showed poor results
from vegetable oils were suppressed
for decades] –from Nina Teicholz, “The Big Fat Surprise”
In 19th century there was virtually
no coronary heart disease
-only 3 papers on heart attacks
-first US heart attack: 1912
-by 1930s heart disease became
leading cause of death
-and has stayed #1 since
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