New Fat Is Needed To Clear Old Fat From The System 
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 New Fat Is Needed To Clear Old Fat From The System

To avoid "fatty liver" which is associated with metabolic syndrome, some
dietary fats such as fish oil is needed:

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Sun, 28 Oct 2007 03:09:35 GMT
 New Fat Is Needed To Clear Old Fat From The System
I remember reading a few years back that some people in India had a
very low fat diet, but prevented fatty liver by drinking fermented rice
milk.  So this is not "news," scientifically or othewise.  You see this
again and again, that is, stuff that is years or even decades old being
recycled as some sort of "important breakthough" yet the "chronic
disease" keeps getting worse.

In the report you cite, there is a quotation from one of the
researchers:
 "In these mice we found that when too much fat got into the liver,
there was excessive inflammation."

Saturated fatty acids cannot do this, only unsaturated ones, due to
lipid peroxidation, but they fail to mention that, due to the fairy
tale you are told about "saturated fat causes heart disease."  There
was a recent report posted here a few days ago in which the researchers
said that "saturated fat" and cholesterol consumption did not make any
difference (in lowering LDL), yet on CNN today, a report of the same
study failed to mention that key point.  They tell you what they think
you want to hear.  If you investigate the matter, as I have done, you
find a totally different reality.  For example, Ancel Keys, the
founding father of the "cholesterol is bad" stuff you hear about all
the time, actually wrote, in this Seven Countries book (1979) that
cholesterol is best between 200 and 220, and when I looked into other
studies (as Thomas Moore did in his book Heart Failure and many others
have done) it is clear that this assessment is accurate, yet  the media
must fear the major health organizations (or else be totaly incompetent
as journalists, with one or two exceptions) because you just don't hear
about it.  Yet a spokesman for the AHA (Dr. Richard Stein) recently
said that it's been demonstrated over the last 15 years that only
oxidized cholesterol is dangerous, but when have you ever read that in
a major newspaper or heard that on a major TV network?



Sun, 28 Oct 2007 05:31:43 GMT
 New Fat Is Needed To Clear Old Fat From The System



Quote:
>I remember reading a few years back that some people in India had a
> very low fat diet, but prevented fatty liver by drinking fermented rice
> milk.  So this is not "news," scientifically or othewise.

There is a big difference between epidemiologic and clinical studies.
One looks at effects, the other looks at possible mechanisms.
Quote:
>You see this
> again and again, that is, stuff that is years or even decades old being
> recycled as some sort of "important breakthough" yet the "chronic
> disease" keeps getting worse.

> In the report you cite, there is a quotation from one of the
> researchers:
> "In these mice we found that when too much fat got into the liver,
> there was excessive inflammation."

> Saturated fatty acids cannot do this, only unsaturated ones, due to
> lipid peroxidation, but they fail to mention that, due to the fairy
> tale you are told about "saturated fat causes heart disease."  There
> was a recent report posted here a few days ago in which the researchers
> said that "saturated fat" and cholesterol consumption did not make any
> difference (in lowering LDL), yet on CNN today, a report of the same
> study failed to mention that key point.  They tell you what they think
> you want to hear.  If you investigate the matter, as I have done, you
> find a totally different reality.  For example, Ancel Keys, the
> founding father of the "cholesterol is bad" stuff you hear about all
> the time, actually wrote, in this Seven Countries book (1979) that
> cholesterol is best between 200 and 220, and when I looked into other
> studies (as Thomas Moore did in his book Heart Failure and many others
> have done) it is clear that this assessment is accurate, yet  the media
> must fear the major health organizations (or else be totaly incompetent
> as journalists, with one or two exceptions) because you just don't hear
> about it.  Yet a spokesman for the AHA (Dr. Richard Stein) recently
> said that it's been demonstrated over the last 15 years that only
> oxidized cholesterol is dangerous, but when have you ever read that in
> a major newspaper or heard that on a major TV network?



Sun, 28 Oct 2007 17:44:54 GMT
 New Fat Is Needed To Clear Old Fat From The System
True enough, but this was neither, just a report by anthropolgists, if
i remember correctly.  Fatty liver was expected, due to extremely low
protein intake, which occurs among such peoples.  But the fermented
rice milk was thought to be preventative.


Mon, 29 Oct 2007 05:04:23 GMT
 
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