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Bring back lard

So, after years of scientists and health busy-bodies telling us all we were fat because of our fondness for food fried in animal fats and that the only way to look after ourselves was to cook with vegetable oils, we now find out that they deceived us.

Cooking with vegetable oils releases toxic chemicals linked to cancer and other diseases, according to leading scientists, who are now recommending food be fried in olive oil, coconut oil, butter or even lard.

The results of a series of experiments threaten to turn on its head official advice that oils rich in polyunsaturated fats – such as corn oil and sunflower oil – are better for the health than the saturated fats in animal products.

Scientists found that heating up vegetable oils led to the release of high concentrations of chemicals called aldehydes, which have been linked to illnesses including cancer, heart disease and dementia.

Martin Grootveld, a professor of bioanalytical chemistry and chemical pathology, said his research showed “a typical meal of fish and chips”, fried in vegetable oil, contained as much as 100 to 200 times more toxic aldehydes than the safe daily limit set by the World Health Organisation. ? Read more »


Why should she say sorry, she’s right


The perpetually outraged have another person to taunt and demand an apology for on behalf of other people that she has”offended”.

The only problem is Nicole Arbour isn’t apologising, and nor should she.

A YouTuber who faced significant backlash after she posted a video saying that fat people should be given tough love has said she is “not apologising” for her comments.

Nicole Arbour, whose video Dear Fat People?made headlines when it was published last week, told TIME she did not regret her comments, which included comparing the #bodypositivity hashtag to “#methlove” or “#teamsmokers”.

“I’m not apologising for this video, but if someone got something from it, then that’s great, fantastic,” the 30-year-old said. “Comedy with a message, let’s do it.”

Arbour added that, as a comedian, she valued free speech in satire.

“I feel it’s really important that we make fun of everybody,” she told TIME. ? ? Read more »

Rodney Hide on the troughers need to control

Rodney Hide at the NBR wades into the attack on the?health troughers seeking to control and manipulate the population through increased taxes.

He will be accused of Dirty Politics next.

We have among us power-hungry elitists always urging governments to regulate, control and boss us about. They never pass an opportunity to call on government to spend more, tax more or tell us more what to do.

Their crowning glory is global warming: control CO2?emissions and you control industrial life.

But they never rest on their laurels. Nothing is too big, or too small, to escape their attention.

Fizzy drinks. Bad. Tax them.

It isn’t just fizzy drinks it is salt, fat and sugar, meaning they will want taxes on everyday items across the board, including staples like meat.

Their push for a tax on fizzy drinks highlights the modus operandi.

First, it?s always a grand cause. If it?s not saving the planet, it?s fighting childhood obesity.

Second, there will be experts in white coats chiming in on song. And so there are: plenty of professors of nutrition are ready to pipe up for a tax on fizzy drinks. And another grant.

Third, there must be little understanding of the problem but always no time to waste. We must push on with policy regardless. We can?t wait. The problem is too pressing. And so it is with obesity. We don?t know what causes it.

There?s the obvious cause that we eat too much. But such a statement explains nothing and only raises the question: why do we eat too much?

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Another from the science wasn’t really settled after all files

For years we have been told the science is settled…in climate change. In every other scientific discipline the science is constantly changing. But for climate change we are told the science is settled.

it is also ironic because the warmists who insist that also refuse to accept other science out there like genetic modification, despite that being settled too.

Another area where we are constantly told the science is settled and we should listen to people, especially if they are trying to ban something or prevent us from using it because they know best is in the food industry.

For years we have been told that salt is bad for us (it isn’t, doctors use saline solution after all), butter is bad, eggs are bad, sugar is bad…everything is bad for us and must be controlled, managed and more importantly taxed.

Except it was all wrong…the science wasn’t settled.

For decades they have been blacklisted as foods to avoid, the cause of deadly thickening of the arteries, heart disease and strokes.

But the science which warned us off eating eggs ? along with other high-cholesterol foods such as butter, shellfish, bacon and liver ? could have been flawed, a key report in the US has found.

Foods high in cholesterol have been branded a danger to human health since the 1970s ? a warning that has long divided the medical establishment. ?? Read more »


Tax the Fat Bastard not the Fat

Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver wants to tax sugar because sugar makes people fat bastards and costs the taxpayer.

Sugary foods risk causing a public health crisis similar to smoking and should be taxed in the same way as tobacco, Jamie Oliver has said.

The television chef said sugar was ?definitely the next evil? and should be targeted because of the burden it was placing on the NHS.

He said he agreed with France’s decision to impose a tax on sugary drinks and believes Britain should follow.

The problem with this is that such a broad based tax is very difficult to administer and has had little impact. ? Read more »


Removing saturated fat from our diet has resulted in a major rise in our consumption of carbohydrates

Health advocates have kicked off one of the largest obesity problems ever encountered by deciding that fat was bad. ?Especially saturated fat. ? We’re slowly learning that was a bad move.

Many of us still automatically pick up the skimmed milk rather than the full-fat in the supermarket, or choose low-fat spreads instead of butter.

Such shopping habits are the result of decades of official advice to cut back on foods containing saturated fats because they clog our arteries and raise the risk of heart attack.

But recently there have been the rumblings of a dietary revolution, with claims that saturated fat has been unfairly demonised.

Not only has swapping to skimmed milk and similar products done little to halt the rise in obesity and type 2 diabetes, but major scientific trials have acquitted saturated fat of responsibility for heart disease.

In the past week, Swedish researchers found that eating full-fat dairy products slashed the risk of type 2 diabetes.

We’ve even introduced Type-2 diabetes by forcing people onto, what turns out to be, unbalanced diets. ? Read more »

Obesity is not a disability, fatties need to stop blaming others

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Just because you can;t stop chucking pies and coke down your gob doesn;t mean you are disabled and someone other than yourself needs to be held accountable for your insatiable need to scoff grub.

It just means you have no self control. This is why I say tax the fat bastard rather than trying to tax everyone to stop fat bastards being fat bastards.

Just when you think the European courts can?t be any more meddlesome or stupid, they show us they can.

Judges in Luxembourg this week have been debating whether or not obesity?is a disability.

If they rule it is, employers all over Europe will have to spend a hefty chunk of their profits helping make life easier?for fat people?who refuse to help themselves.

This lunacy follows the sacking of 25 stone Danish childminder Karsten Kaltoft, who claims he was fired because he?s fat.

Kaltoft was so huge he couldn?t even bend down to tie the children?s ?shoelaces. And if he couldn?t do that presumably he couldn?t play with them, or run after them if they got away from him or move quickly if they needed help. He literally wasn?t ?fit? to do his job.

His employers tried to help by paying for him to go to a gym. But it looks like he didn?t bother. So how much did HE value his job? What value did he put on the safety of the children in his care? ? Read more »

First tobacco, then booze, then sugar, the control freaks are coming

I have covered this extensively and commented, and even given speeches about the troughers worldwide who are moving from attacking the tobacco industry to booze and now onto sugar and fat.

They are using the same tactics as they have used against Big Tobacco…and at one recent speech I gave when I mentioned “Big Sugar” ther was some sniggering…then lo and behold we saw the troughers use that term just a few weeks later. I bet those sniggering had an “oh fuck!” moment.

James Delingpole looks at this phenomenon as well.

In this week’s Spectator I have a rant?about all those pressure groups you see quoted in all the papers pretty much every day. Some are small, obscure and marginal ? Bright Blue, the think tank for Lib Dems who want to play at being Tories, comes to mind ? while some sound superficially respectable ? the British Medical Association, say. What they all have in common is that they tend, on the whole, to lend far, far too much credibility to a hardcore of professional activists whose tedious and unhelpful opinions we would most of us do better to ignore completely.? Read more »

World’s biggest arse. No not Martyn Bradbury

WARNING: Not safe before lunch

A woman with a 7 ft arse is proud as punch with her ever expanding butt.

She has to wear extra large trousers and once managed to crack a toilet bowl just by sitting on it but Sarah Massey, 33, says she is proud to have one of the world’s largest posteriors.

The Chicago mother-of-two’s derriere measures an impressive 7ft in diameter and sometimes proves too large to fit through doorways.

But despite being proud of her record-breaking rear end, 32-stone Ms Massey admits that living with a super-sized bottom isn’t always easy and receives ?750 in disability benefit each month as a result of having limited mobility.

‘Everyday I get some kind of comment thrown at me, both good and bad – I used to be ashamed but now I hold my head high,’ she revealed. ? Read more »