Comment: I would question the source of funding for these studies

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I would question the source of funding for these studies

What corporate sponsors, international factory food cartels and NGO's funded these studies?

What kind of connection do the authors and purveyors of these studies have with corporate sponsors, international factory food cartels and NGO's?

Funny how the re-establishment of high levels of carbohydrates are the main focus of this study. And the fact that high levels of carbohydrates are exactly what international factory food cartels and NGO's are pushing.

Sounds to me like they are desperately trying to preserve their turf against the tidal wave of people that are rejecting it because of massive exposure to legitimate (non-corporate) studies and information found over the internet

re. the Paleo Diet specifically:

Paleo Diet focuses on whole, natural foods - primarily vegetables and some fruits - with a reasonable balance of clean non-factory seafood and animal protein to balance it out. Add some spices and nuts and there is almost infinite combinations of meals that can be had.

This diet is the diet our ancestors ate lonnnng before mass agriculture, factory farms, genetic modification and laboratory concoctions passed off as "food" ..

... when in reality most of it is unproven, dangerous synthetic crap that is toxic on so many levels it almost boggles the mind that people would be stupid enough to eat it.

The arrogance and corruption of modern corporate science knows no bounds. That they would actually hold these world conferences to push their phony agendas on the world at the behest of the corporations that are contributing to people's fat, sick, diseased lifestyles is pathetic.

They actually have the gall to promote the idea that their science is independent and above reproach. When they know damn well it's a scam.

And they have the nerve to expect people to believe - against all the contrary evidence and common sense (in the case of a whole foods ancestral diet) that a high refined carbohydrate diet is healthy and anything the reduces the amount of refined carbs is dangerous.

What a joke.