The Real Reason Why LOW-FAT DIETS Became Popular

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This is the real reason why low fat diets became popular. Dr. berg explains why this is the real reason why low fat diets became popular. It turns out that Frederick Stare was paid off by the sugar research foundation to down play the research that the sugar research foundation completed that linked sugar with heart disease. He was told to emphasize on fat and cholesterol then promote it.

(READ THESE ARTICLES):

The Sugar Research Foundation article

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/s

http://time.com/4485710/sugar-industr/

https://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/

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