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Wednesday, July 14, 2010


Scientists Claim: USDA Guidelines Cause Obesity, Heart Disease, Diabetes

July 13, 2010
By admin
I made my com­ments on the USDA diet plan (which is caus­ing obe­sity) in an ear­lier post. I said the USDA food pyra­mid is mainly a grand government-backed mar­ket­ing scheme for fac­tory food for the big food cor­po­ra­tions. Today I will say it seems awfully sim­i­lar to the mar­ket­ing by HHS/CDC and their phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pany part­ners for all these vac­ci­na­tions being forced on babies and tod­dlers. There is an appar­ent cor­re­la­tion between the two. Now here is what came out in a news release today.–Augie

High-Carb, Low-Fat Diets Cause Obe­sity, Heart Dis­ease, Dia­betes, Sci­en­tists Claim

Com­mit­tee for a Healthy Nation
Weston A. Price Foun­da­tion, member
Wash­ing­ton, D.C.
Kim­berly Hartke, Publicist
703–860-2711, cell 703–675-5557

High-Carb, Low-Fat Diets Cause Obe­sity, Heart Dis­ease, Dia­betes, Sci­en­tists Claim

Mon­day, July 12, 2010–WASHINGTON, D.C.–The USDA Dietary Guide­lines are a lead­ing cause of the Amer­i­can health and obe­sity cri­sis, accord­ing to sci­en­tists, nutri­tion­ists and con­sumers who tes­ti­fied last Thurs­day at a USDA pub­lic hear­ing on the report of the Dietary Guide­lines Advi­sory Com­mit­tee (DGAC). Dis­senters argued that the pro­posed 2010 revi­sions to the Dietary Guide­lines are worse, and will not pre­vent obe­sity and will only increase degen­er­a­tive dis­ease in the U.S.

Those tes­ti­fy­ing against the Guide­lines focused on the Committee’s mis­use of sci­en­tific data to jus­tify a high-carbohydrate, low-fat diet. Dr. Jeff Volek, sci­en­tist and aca­d­e­mic researcher at the Uni­ver­sity of Con­necti­cut, noted that the DGAC report ignored sci­en­tific stud­ies show­ing the effec­tive­ness of low car­bo­hy­drate diets for weight loss. “Amer­i­cans deserve to have offi­cial sup­port for the low-carb dietary option,” he said.

“I have fol­lowed the work of the DGAC all the way through this process as an aca­d­e­mic project. I have dug into their nutri­tion evi­dence library,” said Adele Hite, a grad­u­ate stu­dent in nutri­tion and pub­lic health at the Uni­ver­sity of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. “Time after time, the sci­en­tific evi­dence the DGAC cited to oppose low-carb diets actu­ally says the exact oppo­site of the Committee’s con­clu­sions.” Hite tes­ti­fied to los­ing sixty pounds on a low-carbohydrate diet.

Mor­ton Satin of the Salt Insti­tute sharply crit­i­cized the Committee’s rec­om­men­da­tion to reduce sodium con­sump­tion to 1500 mg per day. “The Com­mit­tee is sug­gest­ing that Amer­i­cans con­sume less than 4 grams of salt per day. No mod­ern soci­ety con­sumes so lit­tle salt, mak­ing this pro­posal noth­ing less than a call for an uncon­trolled exper­i­ment on more than 300 mil­lion Amer­i­cans.” Satin pro­vided ref­er­ences show­ing the crit­i­cal role of salt in diges­tion, blood pres­sure reg­u­la­tion and brain development.

Four of the dis­senters pre­sented the views of the Nutri­tion and Metab­o­lism Soci­ety, a group of nutri­tion researchers and med­ical pro­fes­sion­als who have stud­ied the ben­e­fits of a low-carbohydrate diet for weight loss, insulin reg­u­la­tion and pro­tec­tion against chronic dis­ease. “We expected the new guide­lines to rec­og­nize cur­rent research that vin­di­cates sat­u­rated fats as a cause of heart dis­ease and weight gain, and to acknowl­edge the demon­strated ben­e­fits of lower car­bo­hy­drate diets,” said Dr. Richard Fein­man of Down­state Uni­ver­sity, New York.

In response to the DGAC report, the Nutri­tion and Metab­o­lism Soci­ety recently launched the Com­mit­tee for a Healthy Nation (CHN). “The CHN is a work­ing coali­tion of pro­fes­sion­als who oppose the low-fat, plant-based thrust of the DGAC report. We feel strongly that the sci­en­tific evi­dence omit­ted from or mis­rep­re­sented by their report must be con­sid­ered in the final out­come,” said Feinman.

“Five years ago, I was the lone voice tes­ti­fy­ing against the guide­lines,” said Sally Fal­lon Morell, pres­i­dent of the Weston A. Price Foun­da­tion and mem­ber of the CHN. “This year I was happy to be joined by mem­bers of the med­ical and research com­mu­nity in oppo­si­tion to USDA’s unsci­en­tific pre­scrip­tion.” Fal­lon Morell’s tes­ti­mony focused on nutri­ent defi­cien­cies com­mon in those fol­low­ing low-fat diets.

Dr. Fein­man chal­lenged the DGAC panel to an open pub­lic debate on the sci­en­tific evi­dence under­pin­ning the Guide­lines. “Our nation’s cit­i­zens need a range of dietary options to choose from, not a one-size-fits-all approach. We must allow for lifestyle, activ­ity lev­els and metab­o­lism as fac­tors in choos­ing an opti­mal diet for each individual.”

The Com­mit­tee for a Healthy Nation mem­ber­ship is open to pro­fes­sion­als and orga­ni­za­tions inter­ested in devel­op­ing guide­lines that will offer a range of choices to the Amer­i­can public.

The Com­mit­tee for a Healthy Nation is a project of The Nutri­tion & Metab­o­lism Soci­ety, a 501©3 non­profit health orga­ni­za­tion pro­vid­ing research, infor­ma­tion and edu­ca­tion in the appli­ca­tion of fun­da­men­tal sci­ence to nutri­tion, par­tic­u­larly ded­i­cated to the prob­lems of obe­sity, dia­betes and car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease. Their office is located at 24 Spruce Street, Bed­min­ster, N.J. 07921. For fur­ther infor­ma­tion or to join the CHN, con­tact by E-mail: or call 908–326-6464. Visit

MEDIA CONTACTS: Kim­berly Hartke, 703–675-5557

Pam Schoen­feld, 609–439-8237

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