By Shannon Brese on Jun 26, 2017 06:00 pm
…you’ve probably heard this making the rounds on the newswires lately. And it has to be true, because it’s being reported on “science” sites, right? But these conclusions are being brought to you by the same people (the American Heart Association) who said for years that salt increases heart disease and plasticizers in margarine are perfectly fine to consume. The problem is that science is not impervious to being bought and paid for.
The AHA’s list of “accomplishments” shows them to be not much more than a lobbyist group at best, or a full on propaganda mill at worst, whose recommendations always seem to go back to three things:
- Take statin drugs.
- Consume vegetable oils.
- Eat AHA approved products (which vilify any foods that surpass what they deem healthy thresholds for sugars, fats, or calories without any regard for actual nutritional content).
See why the AHA can be equated to a terrorist organization (and why their claims about coconut oil are completely wrong) by clicking here