There is so much misinformation and mythology passed along as true simply because it’s been repeated by so many for so long. But nobody checks the sources, and when someone finally does check it’s always the same result: conventional wisdom leads to moronic decisions.
“ Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see. ” – Arthur Schopenhauer
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Once again, fat does not look as bad as it once did. What do you think of Almond, Rice, Soy milks? Would they be like skim milk in this story or would they have their own stories?
I suppose you’d need to look up the glycemic index score, which I can’t do right now.
Originally, when the push to skim and low fat milk first started in the early 80’s, it wasn’t about fat being bad for you, but about reducing caloric intake per serving. But over time, the justifications for consuming skim/low fat milk kept multiplying, and this tied into other economic factors.
Milk fat is a major component in animal feed. When dairy farmers removed the milk fat; prior to the 1980’s, the remaining milk was discarded. The dairy industry “manufactured” a whole new product category and kept inventing new marketing reasons why we should drink it. This concept never took hold in France, Italy, Germany, Spain, etc, who continue to have lower incidence of coronary artery disease, obesity, and enjoy longer life spans.
I know this if off topic bbut I’m looking into starting my own weblog and was wondering
what all is needed to get setup? I’m assuming having a blog like yours would cost a prtetty penny?
I’m not very web smart so I’m not 100% positive.
Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated.
It doesn’t have to cost you a thing. WordPress offers plenty of free services to set up and manage your blog at no cost. There are other services that will let you create a blog for free as well (blogger is another popular one and there are more), but I found wordpress to be the simplest to set up, with helpful features and advice for the beginner, and comprehensive upgrading paths for when (or if) you choose to make your blog more professional. Just go to WordPress.com (do not go to wordpress.org, it is for pros) and get started.