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vendredi 26 août 2016

Sat fat and stroke: eat your coconut and your bacon

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/26979840/

Potato and hypertension: only a bias or the same sugar?

http://openheart.bmj.com/content/1/1/e000167.full

http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/86/4/899.full
It seems that Fructose is highly suspected

Keep in mind this chart:


It is globally the same trend in EU and US






http://www.bmj.com/content/353/bmj.i2351
http://www.medpagetoday.com/Cardiology/CardioBrief/57977?xid=nl_mpt_DHE_2016-05-18&eun=g432148d0r

GMO: end of the game and please reallocate tax payer money toward more useful research

http://www.nap.edu/catalog/23395/genetically-engineered-crops-experiences-and-prospects

Tough times for sugar

http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/early/2016/08/22/CIR.0000000000000439/tab-article-info

This is only ADDED sugars

Sugar loaded milk products: from 700 to 1400% more sugar concentration than glucose in your blood!

Yogurts:amount of sugar
Yogurts:
Yeo Valley Greek Style Honey Yoghurt 14.3g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Danone Activia strawberry yogurt 13.3g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Yoplait Wildlife Choobs12.8g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Nestle Munch Bunch fromage frais yoghurt12.8g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Yoplait Frubes12.8g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Yoplait Peppa Pig Fromage Frais12.0g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Danone Actimel Kids Strawberry Banana11.5g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Rachel's Organic My First Yoghurt9.8g sugar/100g (no added sugar, sweetened with fruit juice, which counts as free sugar, but also includes non-free sugar)
Alpro Big Pot vanilla yoghurt alternative9.2g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Nestle Munch Bunch Fromage Frais Reduced Sugar8.7g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Müllerlight Fruits yoghurt7.1g sugar/100g (mix of free and non-free sugars plus artificial sweeteners)

Deadly drinks: 500 to 1000% more sugar concentration than glucose in your blood!

Alpro Longlife Chocolate Almond Milk Alternative6.9g sugar/100ml (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Capri Sun Sun Fruit Crush Apple And Pear 75% Juice7.9g sugar/100ml (from fruit, no added sugar, so is considered free sugar)
Coca Cola10.6g sugar/100ml (free sugars)
Drinks
Frijj Reduced Sugar Chocolate drink5.8g sugar/100ml (fructose (free sugar) plus artificial sweeteners, plus non-free sugars in milk)
Frijj chocolate fudge brownie drink12.9g sugar/100ml (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Nomadic Blueberry & Oats Yogurt To Drink                         14.2g sugar/100ml (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Private label British Whole Milk 4.7g sugar/100ml (non-free sugars)
Private label banana flavored milk10.6g sugar/100ml (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Rebel Kitchen Dairy Free Chocolate Orange Mylk5g sugar/100ml (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Shaken Udder Chocolush milkshake9.7g sugar/100ml (mix of free and non-free sugars)
Yazoo banana milkshake9.6g sugar/100ml (mix of free and non-free sugars)
http://www.foodnavigator.com/Policy/UK-obesity-plan-Calculating-sugar-in-yogurt-and-beverages-is-tough/?utm_source=newsletter_weekly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=From%2019-Aug-2016%20to%2026-Aug-2016&c=dC5HnbRQjqkWj7PGBdQHhjlarg1h%2Fi18&p2=

LCHF diets: the controversy about mice studies

http://www.nature.com/nutd/journal/v6/n8/full/nutd201631a.html


GMO/OGM

 Informations concernant la modification génétique Le soja génétiquement modifié MON87705 x MON87708 x MON89788 est issu de croisements conventionnels entre les sojas MON87705, MON87708 et MON89788. Aucun vecteur de transformation n'a été utilisé pour générer ce soja. Les lignées MON87705, MON87708 et MON89788 ont été développées par transformation de tissus méristématiques à l'aide d'Agrobacterium tumefaciens, souche ABI. Les ADN intégrés dans le soja MON87705 x MON87708 x MON89788 proviennent des lignées parentales et contiennent les cassettes d'expression : - de fragments de deux gènes du soja, FATB1-A et FAD2-1A, impliqués respectivement dans le transport des acides gras saturés (acides palmitique et stéarique) hors des plastes et dans la synthèse d'acide linoléique (acide gras polyinsaturé) à partir de l'acide oléique (acide gras monoinsaturé). L'objectif est d'inhiber l'expression des gènes FATB1-A et FAD2-1A par un mécanisme d'ARN interférence, afin d'obtenir des graines avec une plus faible teneur en acides palmitique et stéarique et une plus forte teneur en acide oléique, associée à une réduction de la teneur en acide linoléique.

https://www.anses.fr/fr/system/files/BIOT2016SA0033.pdf

Eating a bit of all or everything in moderation is useless

http://www.businessinsider.com/everything-in-moderation-advice-wrong-2016-1?r=UK&IR=T

I love that: a lot of good sense although unfortunately no popperian approach of science







To the Editor:







According to “Food and Exercise Studies Have One Big Problem” (The Upshot, Aug. 11), we are confused about diet and health because studies are flawed and wildly inconsistent

While no single study is perfect, all types of studies support a conclusion that a diet that emphasizes fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, fish and unsaturated fats; limits refined starches, sugar-sweetened beverages, and red and processed meat; and excludes industrial trans fat will reduce rates of diabetes, cardiovascular and other diseases, and total mortality.

Confusion is fueled through the extensive coverage of small studies suggesting that being overweight is desirable but not of superior studies including millions of people suggesting the opposite.

The article quotes a doctor saying that findings for coffee have been wildly inconsistent; actually, findings from large prospective studies have consistently shown no increases in cancer or other serious outcomes from coffee consumption.







WALTER WILLETT







Boston







The writer is chairman of the department of nutrition at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health.




http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/23/opinion/what-food-studies-show.html?mab-reward=A4%3FWT.mc_id%3DNYT-E-I-NYT-E-AT-MOVEINK-DM4&WT.mc_ev=click&nl=el&mi_user_hash=e6c6d94bc6aaf4753bbc57bc3c4eeb18007c8ae0dd0509a6518c7cbf&_r=0