The French Paradox

“They [the French] are annoyingly thin. If you go to France and see an obese person, it’s probably an American on vacation” Dr David Diamond- Demonisation and Deception in Cholesterol Research The French Paradox, a term coined in the 1980’s began the quest to answer the enigma that French people, despite consuming more wine per capita …

Our Daily Bread

I remember, as a child, being forced to recite the ‘Lord’s Prayer’ at school assembly every morning. Thankfully, I no longer have to mindlessly perform that ritual but I do however remember a small section – “Give us this day, our daily bread”. For over fifty years that daily bread was a part of my …

Public Health England’s advice is a recipe for diabesity – Zoë Harcombe Ph.D

Last month (February 2019) Ivor Cummins posted a video recording of Zoë Harcombe’s  address to the UK Parliament in the House of Commons on the bad science behind the Food Guidelines. She explains how the Dietary Guidelines set in the USA in 1977... ...and in the UK in 1983 have resulted in the demonization of dietary …