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1) Why you got fat? (3-min video)
Tom Naughton explains how we become fat. It is a simple animation that explains the role of insulin in obesity. Though we are eating all the time (5-6 times a day) our individual cells are starving! We are getting fatter and yet starving.
Tom Naughton’s website – http://www.fathead-movie.com/
2) Saturated fat is good for you (19-min video)
Christine Cronau talks about the importance of eating saturated fats. She explains that cholesterol is an essential building block of the body. She explains the problems that are caused by low cholesterol.
Christina Cronau’s website – http://christinecronau.com/
3) The truth about saturated fat and cholesterol (17-min video)
Tom Naughton explains how the “lipid hypothesis” came about. The lipid hypothesis says that “eating saturated fat raises cholesterol” and “cholesterol causes heart disease”. The video explains clearly that cholesterol does not cause heart disease, and that cholesterol is the essential element for healing.
Be prepared to be shocked at the information presented in this video.
4) The truth about fat and sugar: Cardiologist explains why FAT is the best medicine
Read this article where Dr. Aseem Malhotra, cardiologist and founder of Action on Sugar says fat has been unfairly demonised when sugar is the real villain. He claims that full fat diary can actually prevent heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
The truth about fat and sugar: Cardiologist explains why FAT is the best medicine – and why it’s so crucial to our health.
Aseem Malhotra’s website – http://doctoraseem.com
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