We attempted to ascertain the effects of polyunsaturated fatty acids by conducting two studies in normal young men, in which monounsaturated fats were replaced by polyunsaturated fats within the guidelines of the American Heart Association step 1 diet. Study A employed a randomized parallel design in which subjects first consumed an average American diet (AAD) containing 37% of calories as fat (saturated fat, 16% calories; monounsaturated fat, 14% calories; and polyunsaturated fat, 7% calories). After 3 weeks, one third of the subjects continued with the AAD, one third switched to a step 1 diet in which total fat calories were reduced to 30% by replacing saturated fat with carbohydrate, and one third switched to a polyunsaturated fat-enriched (Poly) diet with the same 30% fat calories and a reduction of monounsaturated fat from 14% to 8% and an increase of polyunsaturated fat from 7% to 13% of calories. The randomized period lasted 6 weeks. Total and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol ...
INTRODUCTION: Epidemiologic evidence for an association between colorectal cancer (CRC) risk and total dietary fat, saturated fat (SF), monounsaturated fat (MUFA) and polyunsaturated fat (PUFA) is inconsistent. Previous studies have used food frequency questionnaires (FFQ) to assess diet, but data from food diaries may be less prone to severe measurement error than data from FFQ. METHODS: We conducted a case-control study nested within seven prospective UK cohort studies, comprising 579 cases of incident CRC and 1996 matched controls. Standardized dietary data from 4- to 7-day food diaries and from FFQ were used to estimate odds ratios for CRC risk associated with intake of fat and subtypes of fat using conditional logistic regression. We also calculated multivariate measurement error corrected odds ratios for CRC using repeated food diary measurements. RESULTS: We observed no associations between intakes of total dietary fat or types of fat and CRC risk, irrespective of whether dietary data were
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Data on the composition and intake of dietary fat are scarce in developing countries. Collection of reliable data should be encouraged. » Updated knowledge on dietary fat should be available. Analysts and local analytical capacity are needed to examine these constituents of the diet. » In determining the intake of dietary fat, the sometimes large differences between population groups have to be taken into account. » Energy deficiency is normally associated with a low-fat diet. To reach FAO/WHO recommendations, an increased fat intake may be necessary. In most cases, for the general population the fatty acid composition is less critical than the amount of total fat. » In general, dietary guidelines should not be automatically adopted from industrial countries but should take into account local health issues and positive features of the local dietary situation. » For groups in developing countries who have a high-fat intake, dietary guidelines similar to those of industrialized countries are ...
Total dietary fat intake might influence the risk of fracture; however, conflicting findings have been reported to date. Moreover, the type of fatty acids is also of vital importance. We aimed to conduct a comprehensive review of the literature on the association between dietary fat intake, saturate …
The present study did not demonstrate that a low or modified fat diet reduced gastrointestinal symptoms induced by pelvic radiotherapy. Inadequate compliance with fat prescription, specifically the high level of self-imposed fat restriction in the normal fat group, may have confounded the results. The lack of achievement of fat point prescription in the normal fat group resulted in a mean difference between this group and the low fat group of only 5.9 fat points per day, which is equivalent to 29.5 g of fat or 1109 kJ (265 kcal) (i.e. a percentage difference of 11% in fat intake between groups) and was insufficient to demonstrate an effect.. Does this difficulty in achieving fat prescription call into question the study rationale? With respect to normal fat intake, previous data suggests that we were not seeking to change fat intake by an unachievable amount. An earlier study by our group (Armitage et al., 2008) indicated a mean daily fat intake for a mixed pelvic cohort of 77 g day−1 (SD: ...
The study showed a protective effect of dietary consumption of polyunsaturated fat on the incidence of depression; there was a direct correlation between risk of depression and consumption of monounsaturated fat and trans unsaturated fat. Mediators of inflammation have been shown to interfere with neurotransmission in the brain, leading to depression; intake of trans-unsaturated and monounsaturated fats can aggravate this alteration. On the other hand, consumption of healthy fats like polyunsaturated fat can play a protective role in depression, as well as in metabolic diseases like diabetes or cardiovascular diseases like heart attack or heart failure. A similar positive correlation was also observed with the consumption of olive oil, in this study. However, further clinical trials would be required to substantiate the effects observed with regard to the effect of dietary fats on the risk of depression.. For More Information: ...
We prospectively evaluated fat intake as predictor of developing breast cancer (BC) subtypes defined by estrogen receptor (ER), progesterone receptor (PR), and human epidermal growth factor 2 receptor (HER2), in a large (n = 337327) heterogeneous cohort of women, with 10062 BC case patients after 11.5 years, estimating BC hazard ratios (HRs) by Cox proportional hazard modeling. High total and saturated fat were associated with greater risk of ER(+)PR(+) disease (HR = 1.20, 95% confidence interval [CI] = 1.00 to 1.45; HR = 1.28, 95% CI = 1.09 to 1.52; highest vs lowest quintiles) but not ER(-)PR(-) disease. High saturated fat was statistically significantly associated with greater risk of HER2(-) disease. High saturated fat intake particularly increases risk of receptor-positive disease, suggesting saturated fat involvement in the etiology of this BC subtype.
In "Newspaper debates on milk fats and vegetable oils in Finland, 1978 - 2013: An analysis of conflicts over risks, expertise, evidence and pleasure", we analysed debates over dietary fats in Helsingin Sanomat newspaper. We found four debated themes regarding the consumption of dietary fats: the health risks of saturated fats, expertise of the risks of fat consumption, adequate evidence of the risks of fat consumption and framing the fats question. In the early 2000s new emphasis began to emerge: personal experiences were increasingly presented as evidence of the effects of fats on human health, and the question of fat was framed either as one of enjoyment or of consumers right to choose, rather than being only a public health question.. In "Dietary fat choices in Finland. Long-term trends and short-term changes, 1978-2014" we analysed consumption of different fat products (bread spreads and cooking fats) between 1978 - 2013. The study shows that instead of a uniform transformation from animal ...
Salim, A, Lanham-New, SA and Hakim, OA (2012) Serum 25-Hydroxyvitamin D concentrations in relation to dietary fat intake and body fat concentration in Caucasian and Asian women ...
Cancer:[3] An excess of fat and a shortage fiber in your diet can cause cancerous cellular growth, which can spread too many organs. The Office of the Surgeon General reports that overweight conditions resulting from too much fat consumption also increase your risk for developing cancer of the colon, gallbladder, kidney and reproductive organs.. Sadly, obesity is a growing disease in modern American society. Throughout the century, more families across the country take less time to cook at home, and spend more time eating at restaurants where food is more convenient (fast and cheap), but high fat content. Most of the foods served in fast food industry have been fried in oil, which makes its lipid content extremely high. Lack of education about these foods and how harmful too much lipid intake is for your body leads Americans to be the most obese country on the planet. Lack of balance of the macronutrients in the typical American diet leads to the disease we call obesity.. Recent studies show ...
The rat intragastric feeding model for alcoholic liver disease was used to study the effect of different diets on the fatty acid composition of liver microsomes. Rats were fed corn oil and ethanol (CE), saturated fat and ethanol (SF+E) or corn oil and dextrose (CD) for either 2 or 4 weeks. Rats were also fed saturated and dextrose (SF+D) for 4 weeks. In comparison with the CD diet, lower levels of arachidonic acid were detected in rats fed the CE, SF+E, and SF+D diets. However, the diet-induced changes in levels of arachidonic acid varied as a function of length of feeding. In rats fed the CE diet, we detected a significant decrease in the level of arachidonic acid compared with CD animals. Conversely, in rats fed the SF+E diet, the level of arachidonic acid increased compared with the SF+D group. In addition, a significant correlation was noted between levels of oleic acid and arachidonic acid in both corn oil (r=-0.85, p , 0.01) and saturated fat (r=-0.76, p , 0.05) groups. However, the ...
As an athlete, you need more dietary fats in your diet than the average, couch-potatoe, Joe.. The human body has a limited storage capacity of glycogen-a form of sucrose thats stockpiled in the liver, muscles, and bloodstream.. When these reserves get depleted-especially during endurance training-runners will hit the infamous wall without enough fat stores to take over and provide fuel for activity.. But here is the good news:. When your body runs out of glycogen, it will turn to its fat reserves to fuel the rest of the duration of the run. This is a good thing if youre looking to keep going strong for a long and sustained time.. Research has also suggested that the right intake of fats can help you stay injury free.. According to research conducted at the University of Buffalo, female runners who got about a third of their total daily calories from dietary fats were drastically less likely to get injured than those who consumed less fat.. Thats why the right intake of dietary fats is crucial ...
Hi Kate,. Many whole foods recommended on PHD are rich in fat. A days worth of protein from meats would provide 200-400 fat calories (up to 600 if fattier cuts are selected all the time); three egg yolks would provide 100 fat calories; half a large avocado would provide 130 fat calories; two tablespoons of coconut milk (not oil) would provide 50 fat calories; half a teaspoon of red palm oil (useful for vitamin E) would provide 20 fat calories; fermentation of vegetable fiber into short chain fats by the gut microbiome would provide about 50 fat calories. So far, were at 450-650 fat calories (up to 850 if fatty meats are selected all the time) without adding any oils or butter.. The 50-60% of calories from fat is for individuals who arent trying to loose weight; see "Restriction of SaFA and MUFA for Weight Loss" (page 141 of the book). For individuals who are trying to loose weight, about 500 fat calories are suggested. Comparing that with the numbers above, that means you should select leaner ...
Women who lower their fat intake may have a reduced risk of estrogen receptor (ER)-positive/progesterone receptor (PR)-negative breast cancer. These findings were published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.. The relationship between diet and breast cancer has been studied extensively. In particular, the link between dietary fat intake and breast cancer risk has been a major focus of research, and its been thought that lower dietary fat might reduce risk of certain cancers, including breast cancer.. Between 1993 and 2005, the Womens Health Initiative (WHI) low-fat dietary modification (DM) evaluated eating patterns among 48,836 postmenopausal women. Participants in the "intervention arm" were assigned to a low-fat diet of 40% dietary fat, in which they reduced overall fat intake by 20%, reduced saturated fat intake by 7%, and increased fruit and vegetable intake to at least five servings per day and grains to at least six servings per day. They were compared with participants who ...
This study suggests that adults with type 1 diabetes require more insulin coverage for higher-fat meals than for lower-fat meals with identical carbohydrate content. These findings highlight the limitations of the carbohydrate-based method for calculating meal-time insulin dosage widely used in the intensive management of type 1 diabetes. The evidence that dietary fat increases glucose concentrations suggests that dietary fat intake is an important nutritional consideration in individuals with type 1 diabetes striving for tight glycemic control.. Our findings are consistent with those of previous studies indicating that higher-fat pizza meals cause late postprandial hyperglycemia necessitating increased insulin doses (11). The time course of the increase in the glucose concentrations after the higher-fat dinner meal is in keeping with clamp studies in nondiabetic humans indicating that physiological FFA elevations lead to insulin resistance within several hours (18). The finding that the glucose ...
Rationale: It is well established that increased intake of saturated fatty acids (SFA) is associated with incidence of cardiovascular heart disease (CHD). This effect is mediated by dietary saturated fats impact on fasting plasma cholesterol levels. Research is needed to clarify the association between dietary fatty acids and metabolic risk markers beyond lipid profile. World Health Organisation (WHO) has recommended reduced intake of SFA with energy replacement from monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) or carbohydrates (CARB). However, limited evidence is available on the effects of dietary fatty acids on insulin sensitivity and secretion. The current study is designed to investigate the effects of SFA versus MUFA versus CARB on insulinemic response and lipid metabolism in healthy individuals with central obesity.. Study design: A randomized, crossover, single blind design study was carried out. The subjects consumed controlled diets for 6 weeks each. They were provided 3 meals per day during ...
... meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies Do bear in mind these studes are based either on Food Frequency Questionaires or 24 hr dietary recall interviews.Neither of which are particularly reliable. It will be better when researchers actually collect data by asking trial participants to photo everything they eat though the day Im sure something like these apps could be adapted to record actual
Background: Since 1984 UK citizens have been advised to reduce total dietary fat intake to 30% of total energy and saturated fat intake to 10%. The National Institute of Clinical Excellence [NICE] suggests a further benefit for Coronary Heart Disease [CHD] prevention by reducing saturated fat [SFA] intake to 6% - 7% of total energy and that 30,000 lives could be saved by replacing SFAs with Polyunsaturated fats [PUFAs]. Methods: 20 volumes of the Seven Countries Study, the seminal work behind the 1984 nutritional guidelines, were assessed. The evidence upon which the NICE guidance was based was reviewed. Nutritional facts about fat and the UK intake of fat are presented and the impact of macronutrient confusion on public health dietary advice is discussed. Findings: The Seven Countries study classified processed foods, primarily carbohydrates, as saturated fats. The UK government and NICE do the same, listing biscuits, cakes, pastries and savoury snacks as saturated fats. Processed foods should be the
Indeed, both palmitoleic acid and SCD-1 index increase in response to SFA intake180, results also supported by animal data suggesting that dietary SFA induce SCD-1 activity and hence increase endogenous fatty acid synthesis of MUFA181. Moreover, in the Western societies, especially in elderly populations and decades ago, oleic acid is mainly provided by animal derived fat, and not from olive oil, which is the major source for MUFA in for example the Mediterranean countries. Thus, MUFA in cholesterol esters reflects dietary saturated fat intake rather than dietary MUFA intake14, suggesting that the present correlation between MUFA, SCD-1 index and CRP probably reflects high meat and dairy fat intake. SCD-1 index can also be influenced by a high carbohydrate intake (especially from sugars) via de novo lipogenesis182-184. This endogenous synthesis of fat is however believed to be small in Western populations due to the relatively high fat intake3,4,184,185. Whereas SCD-1 index shows a strong ...
Indeed, both palmitoleic acid and SCD-1 index increase in response to SFA intake180, results also supported by animal data suggesting that dietary SFA induce SCD-1 activity and hence increase endogenous fatty acid synthesis of MUFA181. Moreover, in the Western societies, especially in elderly populations and decades ago, oleic acid is mainly provided by animal derived fat, and not from olive oil, which is the major source for MUFA in for example the Mediterranean countries. Thus, MUFA in cholesterol esters reflects dietary saturated fat intake rather than dietary MUFA intake14, suggesting that the present correlation between MUFA, SCD-1 index and CRP probably reflects high meat and dairy fat intake. SCD-1 index can also be influenced by a high carbohydrate intake (especially from sugars) via de novo lipogenesis182-184. This endogenous synthesis of fat is however believed to be small in Western populations due to the relatively high fat intake3,4,184,185. Whereas SCD-1 index shows a strong ...
Indeed, both palmitoleic acid and SCD-1 index increase in response to SFA intake180, results also supported by animal data suggesting that dietary SFA induce SCD-1 activity and hence increase endogenous fatty acid synthesis of MUFA181. Moreover, in the Western societies, especially in elderly populations and decades ago, oleic acid is mainly provided by animal derived fat, and not from olive oil, which is the major source for MUFA in for example the Mediterranean countries. Thus, MUFA in cholesterol esters reflects dietary saturated fat intake rather than dietary MUFA intake14, suggesting that the present correlation between MUFA, SCD-1 index and CRP probably reflects high meat and dairy fat intake. SCD-1 index can also be influenced by a high carbohydrate intake (especially from sugars) via de novo lipogenesis182-184. This endogenous synthesis of fat is however believed to be small in Western populations due to the relatively high fat intake3,4,184,185. Whereas SCD-1 index shows a strong ...
Whilst the fats portion of our diet has been demonized in recent years, it is, in fact, an essential part of our nutrition. The challenge is facilitating a healthy, balanced intake of fatty acids. Changes in lifestyle, agricultural practices and dietary preference over recent decades have made achieving a healthy balanced lipid intake virtually impossible for large sections of the population, necessitating dietary supplementation of several "vital" lipids either by fortified f ...
Here we go again. A new study appears to link high fat intake to insulin resistance and postmeal blood sugar spikes. All study participants had Type 1 diabetes and were assigned to consume either two low-fat meals and one high-fat dinner or three low-fat meals. Researchers reported that those receiving the high-fat dinner required more insulin (12.6 units vs. 9 units for the low-fat dinner) and that their postprandial blood sugar and insulin levels were higher and stayed high for several hours after eating ...
Polyunsaturated Fats: Evidence shows that eating foods rich in polyunsaturated fats improves blood cholesterol levels, which can decrease your risk of heart disease. Polyunsaturated fats may also help decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes. Polyunsaturated fats also encompass essential fats, which are fats that your body requires to function properly but cant produce. Therefore, these essential fats, specifically omega-6 and omega-3 fats must be procured through your diet. Omega-6 and omega-3 fats are essential to maintaining cognitive function and for the overall growth and development of the body. Furthermore, the consumption of omega 3 fats has been shown to decrease your risk of coronary heart disease, depression, and arrhythmias. Foods high in polyunsaturated fat includea number of vegetable oils, including soybean oil, corn oil and safflower oil, as well as fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, herring and trout. Other sources include some nuts and seeds such as walnuts and sunflower seeds ...
George, Think of the fats in your diet as a source of energy for your aerobic system. As you develop that system through easy training, and as those dietary fats are taken in, certain advantages are conferred. Heres a quick list, based on the scientific literature:. 1. Studies show that endurance capacity is increased in response to a "high" fat diet. 2. Researchers say that the capacity to use fats during prolonged training plays a more important role than previously thought. 3. Fats also play a significant role during high intensity, submax training and racing. 4. A low-fat diet (which is accompanied by a high carbohydrate diet) can inhibit the optimal refilling of the muscles fat storage. This is significant because these fat stores in the muscle are responsible for much of its energy supply. 5. "High" fat diets prevent lower blood sugar levels following max exercise tests (and high carbohydrate diets produce lower blood sugar levels following max exercise tests). 6. Dietary fat restriction ...
FAQ.. 1. What is a fat tax?. A. Denmark introduced the worlds first food fat tax. Foods are now subject to the tax if they contain more than 2.3% saturated fat. The tax applies to meats, including chicken and pork, cheese, butter, edible vegetable oil, margarine and other foods such as potato-based snacks. The tax, imposed on domestic and imported food, is levied on the weight of saturated fat contained in these foods, and charged at the rate of DKK13.50 (USD 2.4 or Rs 125 approx) per kg of saturated fat. This will cause the prices of high fat foods to go up and thus discourage people from buying them. A similar fat tax in India would more than double the price of palm oil and coconut oil both of which are very high in saturated fat.. Sources. 1. Artaud-Wild SM, Connor SL, Sexton G, Connor WE. Differences in coronary mortality can be explained by differences in cholesterol and saturated fat intakes in 40 countries but not in France and Finland: A paradox. Circulation. ...
What is fat? Our bodies use fat for energy, for building and maintaining cells, and to absorb vitamins. Adults need only one-third of their daily calories to come from dietary fat.1 Fat is found in both plants and animal products and not all fats are the same.. Good Fats vs. Bad Fats "Bad" fats include both saturated fat, which is found in meat and dairy, and trans-fatty acids, which are present in foods processed with hydrogenated oils. High intakes of most saturated fats and trans-fatty acids raise cholesterol and put your heart health at risk. But some fats help. Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats benefit heart health by lowering bad cholesterol.1,2. The Peanut Where can you find these good-for-you fats? The hall of fame for foods containing these better-for-you fats will include peanuts and tree nuts, avocados, olives, and some fish. Most people are not aware that the popular peanut is loaded with heart-healthy fats; more than 80% of the fat found in peanuts is made up of ...
By Dr. Shilpi Bhadra Mehta. Good fat. Bad fat. High fat. Low fat. Saturated fat. Trans fat. Traditional fat. Manufactured fat.…Where does the madness end? With the abundance of seemingly contradictory advice out there, it can be beyond daunting to figure out which fats are friends and which fats are foes.. In recent decades saturated fat has been labeled not just our foe but our worst enemy, and the unfortunate fact is its all been based on faulty and outdated research from the 1950s by Ancel Keys, research that was riddled with inaccuracies and unreliable methods. Science has finally started to catch up in recent years and has highlighted the missing links connecting saturated fat to heart disease. It has, in fact, shown the reverse: saturated fat is beneficial to heart health.. "The mantra that saturated fat must be removed to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease has dominated dietary advice and guidelines for almost four decades. Yet scientific evidence shows that this advice has, ...
How much fat can I eat?. Although the total amount of fat in your diet doesnt increase your LDL (bad) cholesterol level, it is best not to go higher than 35% of calories from fat-even if this is mostly good fats. Fat has more calories per gram than protein or carbohydrates (9 compared with about 4) making it likely that you will eat too many calories (and gain weight) if you eat a lot of fat. It is also difficult to stay within the limits for saturated fat and dietary cholesterol when you eat a high-fat diet.. How much fat do Americans eat?. The average American diet contains 33% of calories from fat. About 25% of Americans eat too much fat (more than 35% of calories) and fewer than 5% eat a low-fat diet (less than 20% of calories from fat). As a percentage of daily calories, fat intake decreased from an average of 36% in the early 1970s to 33% in 1999-2000. However, the actual amount of fat eaten per day increased from 73 grams (1989-1991) to 76 grams in the 1990s. This is because we are ...
There are two main types of potentially harmful dietary fats: Saturated Fat and Trans Fat.Saturated fat has no known health benefits.Trans fats can increase harmful low-density-lipoprotein cholesterol. ...
Types of Edible Solid Fats Article - Most of the edible fats described below are solid or semisolid at room temperature and most are from animal sources. Types of Edible Solid Fats - How To Cooking Tips - RecipeTips.com - 2
My research is mainly focused on the effects of cholesterol, saturated fat and statin drugs on health. If you know anyone who is worried about their cholesterol levels and heart disease, or has been told to take statin drugs you could send them a link to this website, and to my statin or cholesterol or heart disease books ...
Polyunsaturated fats are vegetable oils that stay liquid at room temperature, and on the grocers shelves. Examples are safflower, corn, soybean, cottonseed and sunflower oils. Soft tub margarines, mayonnaise and salad dressings also contain polyunsaturated fat. Substitute these fats in place of saturated, hydrogenated, and trans fats to improve your ratio of good (HDL) to bad (LDL) cholesterol.. Monounsaturated fats are vegetable oils that also are liquid at room temperature. Examples are olive oil (and olives), avocados, canola oil, and peanut oil (and peanuts). Replacing saturated fats in your diet with monounsaturated fats can help lower LDL "bad" cholesterol without lowering the HDL "good" cholesterol.. Omega-3 fatty acids from marine sources are considered heart healthy, because they lower the level of triglycerides (or fats) and cholesterol circulating in your bloodstream. They also discourage unwanted blood clotting. Good sources are fatty fish - especially salmon, halibut, mackerel, ...
A high fat meal, frequently known as western diet (WD), exacerbates atherosclerosis and diabetes. Both these diseases are frequently associated with renal failure. Recent studies have shown that lipopolysaccharide (LPS) leaks into the circulation from the intestine in the setting of renal failure and after WD. However, it is not clear how renal function and associated disorders are affected by LPS. This study demonstrates that circulatory LPS exacerbates renal insufficiency, atherosclerosis and glucose intolerance. Renal insufficiency was induced by 2/3 nephrectomy in LDL receptor knockout mice. Nx animals were given normal diet (Nx) or WD (Nx+WD). The controls were sham operated animals on normal diet (control) and WD (WD). To verify if LPS plays a role in exaggerating renal insufficiency, polymyxin (PM), a known LPS antagonist, and curcumin (CU), a compound known to ameliorate chronic kidney disease (CKD), was given to Nx animals on western diet (Nx+WD+PM and Nx+WD+CU, respectively). Compared to
RATIONALE: Dietary fat may be involved in the growth of cancer cells. Restricting dietary fat may help fight cancer. PURPOSE: Randomized clinical
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Recently two new papers from the Malmö Diet and Cancer study caught our attention. This study has followed 26,930 people for 14 years, and dietary intake was assessed using a 7-day food diary and a 1 hour interview, as well as the FFQ. The study was also able to identify and exclude people who had a history of changing their diet, and intake of industrial trans fat was very low in the whole population. In the first study, both dairy fat consumption (including butter and cream) and intake of the shorter-chain saturated fats (4:0 - 14:0) found in dairy (and also in coconut, but that wasnt a common food in Malmö) were associated with a significantly reduced incidence of type 2 diabetes over 14 years of follow up (about a 17% reduction overall).[1] In the second study, compliance with recommendations to reduce saturated fat intake to 14% of energy or less was associated with a 15% increase in diabetes in men, and a slightly smaller increase in women. Because of this effect of saturated fat ...
Somewhere Julia Child is smiling. She always said that you can never have too much butter. Never mind that it harms your arteries or makes you fat, right?. Fast forward to the present. Julia would love investigative journalists who expose conventional wisdom about dietary fat as, well, unwise. The supposedly heart-healthy diet to reduce consumption of saturated fat and cholesterol, first foisted on the American public in the 1950s, has been a huge failure. It represents the epitome of dark science, driven by overzealous researchers, big egos, scientific bias, and impulsive institutional consensus. Oh, and money. Following the money explains a lot. [Read more…]. ...
The average American diet, heavy on fatty foods, is a major contributor to chronic or life-threatening illness, including diabetes and coronary heart...
There are two main types of harmful dietary fats:Saturated fat has no known health benefits.Trans fats can increase low-density-lipoprotein cholesterol .
Why should a low-carb diet be high in fat, and not high in protein?. Ive often recommended switching to a diet higher in natural fats and lower in refined carbohydrates. Whats the deal with dietary fat? Simply put, dietary fat does not raise insulin. And hyperinsulinemia is the main driver of obesity. Hyperinsulinemia means literally, high insulin in the blood (hyper means high, and -emia means blood levels).. So, logically, switching refined carbohydrates, which raise insulin significantly, for dietary fat, which does not, can lower insulin levels significantly even if you take the same total number of calories.. But what is so different about dietary fat compared to both protein and carbohydrates that makes this true? It all comes down to the different ways that proteins and fats are metabolized.. This also illustrates the difference between the insulin hypothesis and the carbohydrate-insulin hypothesis (CIH). The carbohydrate-insulin hypothesis holds that insulin is the main driver of ...
Mouse study provides important clue as to how females stay healthier than males, even as body fat increases. October 23, 2018. Science Daily/York University. In a new study, researchers found that the abdominal fat on female mice had more blood vessels than the fat on male mice, and that this protected the health of the female mice as they gained fat from eating a high-fat diet.. Published today in Frontiers in Physiology -- Vascular Physiology, the research focuses on the differences between abdominal fat in obese male and female mice. A team of researchers under the direction of Professor Tara Haas found that the abdominal fat on female mice had more blood vessels than the fat on male mice, and that this protected the health of the female mice as they gained fat from eating a high-fat diet.. Males and females develop fat tissue differently and also differ in susceptibility to cardiovascular disease, insulin resistance and diabetes. However, the underlying biology behind why fat tissue in ...
The effects of a high fat, atherogenic diet was studied on the metabolism and mechanical behaviour of the isolated perfused rat heart. Palmitate and pyruvate metabolism were similar in control and fat-fed perfused hearts. Glucose uptake was lower in the fat-fed perfused heart, but the percentages of glucose converted to 14CO2 and glycogen were similar for the two groups. Explanations for the differences in glucose uptake are discussed. Fat-fed perfused hearts, with glucose as substrate, had significantly lower values for spontaneous rate, stress relaxation and tension time per minute than control hearts. With palmitate as substrate, the fat-fed perfused hearts had decreased coronary flow rates and a greater rate of tension increase on contraction. Contraction characteristics were different when hearts were perfused with glucose, compared with palmitate, in both dietary groups. © 1970.. ...
Graham, Mary Ann and Neubauer, Suzanne Huck. "Effects of Dietary Fat on Outcomes Following Burns." Support Line XX, no. 5 (1998): 17-20. Accessed at https://digitalcommons.framingham.edu/food_facpub/11. ...
The focus on these trials was macronutrients, but this doesnt give much indication of diet quality (with the possible exception of protein). Most of the trials measured fibre intake which is perhaps not a bad measure of whole plant foods (and therefore diet quality). The participants had an average intake of ~15g of fibre at baseline, which is similar to the US average (~15g) [3]. Fibre declined in the low carb group in some of the studies, but often only at 2-3 months when carbohydrate intake was more like 20-30% as opposed to 30-40%. The real surprise was that the low fat group often didnt increase fibre intake. The Bazzano trial also measured folate and vitamin C intake and found that baseline intakes were just above the RDI (considering how easy the RDI for vitamin C is to meet, this is pretty bad), which didnt really change during the trial (even though you would expect both to increase in the low fat group). Altogether this suggests that baseline diet quality of the participants was ...
Way back in 1995 Dr. Mauro DiPasquale published a blueprint for Professional Bodybuilders to get Big and Ripped (a term for shedding nearly all body-fat); he called it "The Anabolic Diet". It was a bucket of strategies for switching the body from primarily burning carbohydrates for fuel to primarily burning fat for energy production. Body builders need massive amounts of food (fuel) to sustain massive muscle structure, but to win contests, they need to carry next to zero body fat. He had studied how muscle is built and how fat is lost, and discovered (more likely rediscovered) that to be very lean we had to consume adequate fat or our bodies would hang on to stored fat with all their might.. An integral part of this program was alternating days between high fat consumption (and very low carbohydrate intake) and then 1-2 carb loading days, followed by switching back to high fat intake. To get the body to start building the enzymes needed to mobilize fats for energy production, one had to starve ...
PHILADELPHIA-The Womens Intervention Nutrition Study (WINS) has completed accrual, with some 2,400 women enrolled to date. The study, an NCI-funded, randomized, multicenter national trial begun in 1993, is testing the hypothesis that dietary fat intake reduction as an adjuvant to standard breast cancer therapy will reduce disease recurrence and increase survival in women with localized breast cancer. 1
Saturated fats are not as healthy. These fats can raise both the good (HDL) and bad (LDL) type of cholesterol which may tip the balance towards bad. Higher levels of LDL can lead to an increased risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Saturated fat comes mainly from animal sources such as red meat, poultry and full-fat dairy products.. Eat healthy fats. Make simple substitutions. Instead of butter or margarine, use oil-based salad dressings and spreads. Replace full fat dairy options with their low-fat counterparts. Avoid processed food whenever possible. Choosing unsaturated instead of saturated fats may help reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.. ...
Saturated fats are not as healthy. These fats can raise both the good (HDL) and bad (LDL) type of cholesterol which may tip the balance towards bad. Higher levels of LDL can lead to an increased risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Saturated fat comes mainly from animal sources such as red meat, poultry and full-fat dairy products.. Eat healthy fats. Make simple substitutions. Instead of butter or margarine, use oil-based salad dressings and spreads. Replace full fat dairy options with their low-fat counterparts. Avoid processed food whenever possible. Choosing unsaturated instead of saturated fats may help reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.. ...