-Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
-vegan since 1985
-also gluten free
Thanks for offering us that perfect example of point #1!
And even better, my blood pressure has dropped back down to ideal normal. When I stray from the low-fat, whole foods program, it tends to creep up too.
It's been about a month of eating the truly low-fat vegan diet once more. I've lost 3 pounds so far while eating all I want, and even better, my blood pressure has dropped easily and naturally down to ideal normal.
In your reply, you posed a question about why so many people refuse to give up nuts when they could benefit from doing so. I think Dr. Neal Barnard talks about that in his lecture on food addictions. Fat is addictive and enhances food flavours.
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Yes, have seen that new one, which is a nut-industry funded study of a number of nut-industry studies, most of which studies actually had little to do with weight loss. In fact it "reviews" several of the same studies we already debunked, where nut-eaters were fed fewer calories during the study period when their weight started to go up, so that there would be no weight gain. In other words, it's another nonsense study from the free-spending nut industry.
A little busy right now, but we will be taking that one apart before too long. Meanwhile, Chef AJ has lost way more weight since this series of articles went up...doing nothing other than eliminate the "recommended" amount of daily nuts from her diet.
Nuts are great! They're healthy! But they're not "super foods" and the science, when it's actually examined and not just skimmed over, shows they do make most people gain weight if they simply add them and don't use them to replace.
Heyyyy...... ;) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23595878 June 2013 "Compared with control diets, diets enriched with nuts did not increase body weight, body mass index, or waist circumference in controlled clinical trials."
33 clinical trials.... wow
Heyyyyy..... looks like nuts are in the clear. Don't contribute to weight gain, obesity or waist circumference. That is soooo coool. Now I have can my one ounce per day that both McDougall, Novick, and Fuhrman recommend for people losing weight. What kills me is that for all of the nonsense about different diets, Novick, Mc Dougall and Fuhrman have basically the same recommendation for weight loss, one ounce per day. Reminds me of a Shakespeare play..."Much ado about nothing". ;) Kragdar
Don't be an easy dupe, Kragdar. If you look at the new analysis you linked to, you'll see it's the SAME 25 STUDIES we already exposed as bogus on this very page, plus 8 others.
Bottom line of that review, if you actually get and read the studies they looked at: it is a review mostly of nut studies on heart disease markers where the weight of the nut-eating groups was controlled by regular weighing of participants and then adjusting their calories to prevent weight gain. Yeah, real useful to determine if nuts impact weight...
And of course the studies in that review that actually looked at weight gain and didn't manipulate the calories of nut-eaters -- showed weight gain in every case, albeit it "non-significant" weight gain, according to the authors.
Gaining an extra 20 pounds over 10 years wouldn't be considered "non-significant" by most people I know, which is what those weight studies found when you extrapolate it out.
If you need to lose weight, the message is clear: lose the nuts, just like McDougall and Novick say. Otherwise limiting them to an ounce a day is fine. Just don't kid yourself about these nut-industry funded studies and bogus meta-analyses. They are the same as the bogus studies showing olive oil and milk are health foods. You don't believe that, do you?
Bottom line is the review you're linking to contain studies that all get very low grades from the FDA, and are considered "weak," and FDA won't permit sales claims to be based on them.
The whole point of the article on this page is about exposing weak or dishonest science. So bring some good science next time! :)
NUTS EATEN RAW ARENT FATTENING. RAW FOOD ISNT FATTENING. EAT ALL THE RAW NUTS YOU WANT . ENJOY THEM. VERY HEALTHY AND YOU WILL STAY SLIM. ROASTED , SALTED, AND FRIED NUTS SHOULD BE AVOIDED. THEY ARE FATTENING. SO GET IT RIGHT!!!!
ABOUT 40% OF MY DIET IS RAW NUTS. IM SLIM AND HEALTHY. RAW FOOD DOESNT MAKE YOU FAT.
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