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My daughters and I visited my parents' house last weekend.

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The face that launched a million failed diets. Meanwhile, my parents recently visited something even rarer than a paleo-friendly doctor —they visited a doctor whose office features current magazines in the waiting room.

Scientists labeled fat the enemy. What I find interesting are the implications and consequences of the article, so please permit me to discuss a few of them.

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Westman, Lustig, Phinney and Volek make an appearance…but the article also quotes Drs. David Ludwig, Rajiv Chowdhury, and Dariush Mozaffarian, all lead authors of recent, high-impact research papers questioning different aspects of low-fat dogma.

Again, nothing in this article will be news to any of my readers! What I find interesting is that the mainstream academic establishment, and with it, the mainstream mass media, is finally abandoning low-fat dogma.

This is a clear tipping point in the dietary debate. This means several problems will continue to bedevil us: Obesity research, which is mostly NIH-funded, will therefore continue to be mostly useless.

The government-issued low-fat dietary recommendations will continue shambling well into the 21st century, like a glassy-eyed horde of zombies. If you want your child to grow up healthy, expect to help them pack a lunch every day. As a result, the health of Americans will continue to suffer.

Yes, the one that came up with the original low-fat, low-cholesterol Dietary Goals for the United States. Quote via Gary Taubes. I know NPR journalists who tried to get an article on Paleo pubished for years, and failed. This tells you what you should already know: By Proxy I laughed when I saw this quote in the article, and so will many of my readers: Most importantly, I understand the rules of the game: Anyone can thank me by slipping me online access to journals via an academic or professional account.

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