Erik 2 Posted September 10, 2018 Share Posted September 10, 2018 Zoe postar idag en noggrann sågning av de rapporter som åberopas till stöd för påstående att rött kött är ohälsosamt. För att komma åt hela artikeln måste man prenumerera på hennes nyhetsbrev; det tycker jag man ska göra hon ärr sååå bra. http://www.zoeharcombe.com/2018/09/red-meat-the-evidence/ And that’s it. The totality of the evidence examined by the US Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, for the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, found nothing against red meat for 1) Cardiovascular disease; 2) Blood pressure; 3) Type 2 diabetes; 4) Body Weight; 5) Colorectal cancer; 6) Prostate cancer and 7) Breast cancer. Since 1980, when the first “Dietary Guidelines for Americans” were published, other national dietary guidelines have been influenced by those in the US. The most recent Dietary Guidelines for Americans (2015) were published at the start of 2016. For my presentation in November 2016, therefore, the US evidence base was the natural place to start. I reviewed the Nutrition Evidence Library, which was used by the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) for the 2015 revision (Refs 7, 8). The first interesting thing to note is that red meat was not documented as a category. Red meat appeared in a category called “animal protein.” The second interesting thing to note is that all data used for “animal protein” for the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans came from 2010 i.e. nothing had been updated since the 2010 guidelines. One of the reasons Nina Teicholz works tirelessly for the US Dietary Guidelines to be evidence based is so that the committee will only make recommendations based on the current evidence. The evidence that was documented examined the relationship between the intake of animal protein products and seven conditions: 1) Cardiovascular disease; 2) Blood pressure; 3) Type 2 diabetes; 4) Body Weight; 5) Colorectal cancer; 6) Prostate cancer and 7) Breast cancer. 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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