In my latest video, I talked about the Lipid Hypothesis — the theory that there is a direct correlation between the levels of saturated fat and cholesterol in the diet with incidence of heart disease.
Hopefully I managed to make you somewhat dubious about this claim.
Today, I’d like you to hear from a man who absolutely rips the Lipid Hypothesis to shreds. His name is Chris Masterjohn, and he makes the case better than just about anyone else out there. He argues that it’s not the saturated fats and cholesterol that are bad for us, but the degeneration of these fats in today’s industrial food supply that makes them wreak havoc on our bodies.
In other words, he blames the industrialized diet.
Good for him.
Last night, he interviewed with the host of the Underground Wellness internet radio show. Listen to the podcast here:
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