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New studies have not only failed to find a convincing link between saturated fat and heart disease, they have shattered other long-held anti-fat beliefs, too. We now have compelling evidence that low-fat diets rarely work and that eating the right kind of fat is not only good for your heart but may also help you lose weight.

Dr Mosley, a well known journalist, producer, and author, believed since his time as a medical student that “milk, cheese, butter, cream—in fact all saturated fats— are bad for you.” He now says, “Recently I have been forced to do a U-turn. It is time to apologise for all that USELESS advice I’ve been dishing out, via my TV documentaries and books, about fat.Wow, isn’t it great to see a medical professional with the guts to do this. I hope he leads the way for others. How inspirational.He says, “New studies have not only failed to find a convincing link between saturated fat and heart disease, they have shattered other long-held anti-fat beliefs, too.”

Dr Michael Mosley says, “I was wrong—we should be feasting on FAT!”

I was wrong - we should be feasting on FAT, says The Fast Diet author DR MICHAEL MOSLEY
“We now have compelling evidence that low-fat diets rarely work and that eating the right kind of fat is not only good for your heart but may also help you lose weight.”

Dr Mosley faithfully followed the “healthy” low-fat guidelines. He says, “I said goodbye to beef, switched to skimmed milk and avoided yoghurt with any hint of fat.”

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“Low-fat diets rarely succeed because people won’t stick to them – they get too hungry…”

“It made for a much duller diet, but at least I was healthier. Or was I? Well, no. I kept this up for the next few decades—and the results? I put on over two stone, despite regular exercise. My cholesterol soared past the healthy range and two years ago I discovered I was borderline diabetic. While I didn’t look fat, I’d piled on the pounds in the worst place possible: tucked away in my abdomen, coating internal organs.”



His attempts to exercise more failed. He finally found the truth and he has again embraced saturated fats.

He says, “Personally, I try not to have biscuits and cakes in our house as I know I can’t resist them. But I have gone back to butter…I eat more oily fish, eggs and the odd burger.

Unlike saturated fats, there is clear evidence that trans fats damage your heart.

“After all those years believing them the enemy, saturated fats taste more delicious than ever.”

Bring back the fat!

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I was wrong – we should be feasting on FAT, says The Fast Diet author DR MICHAEL MOSLEY

 

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