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Each day that goes by it becomes more and more clear that the entire food industry from dietitians to the CAFO operators has totally lost touch with reality. If the learned dietitians (Remember they must have an advanced degree to use that title) can not recognize and help consumers understand the nutritional difference between a deep fried Twinky and four ounces of grass fed prime rib, they need their degrees revoked.
We are already stuck with their proclamation that a calorie is a calorie when research clearly shows that fat consumption increased the metabolism while carbohydrate consumption does not.
Next I guess we will learn that the four basic food groups are Beer, Wine, Cheese, and Chocolate.
Posted by Jerry Segers11 February 2013 | 18h10
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