The Big Fat Surprise (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
384
Utgivningsdatum
2015-07-02
Upplaga
Revised ed
Förlag
Scribe Publications
Dimensioner
192 x 122 x 29 mm
Vikt
354 g
Komponenter
,
ISBN
9781925228106
The Big Fat Surprise (häftad)

The Big Fat Surprise

why butter, meat, and cheese belong in a healthy diet

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A groundbreaking study that reveals how decades of misleading science and policy unjustly demonized the high-fat diet, which might actually be our healthiest option. For the past 60 years we have been told that a low-fat diet can protect against obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Yet despite many of us taking this advice in the developed West, we are now in the midst of an obesity epidemic that is breeding serious health problems. Recent more rigorous scientific work has overturned some of the shoddier theories of earlier decades to demonstrate conclusively that we have been needlessly avoiding red meat, cheese, whole milk, and eggs for decades, and that we can now, guilt-free, welcome these delicious foods back into our lives.
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'A striking study ... which may well change the way you eat. I, for one, won't ever hesitate to order a steak again.' -- Erica Wagner * Financial Times * 'Deeply disturbing in showing how overenthusiastic scientists, poor science, massive conflicts of interest, and politically driven policy makers can make deeply damaging mistakes ... This book shook me ... Teicholz has done a remarkable job.' * Richard Smith , British Medical Journal * 'Hugely refreshing ... [The Big Fat Surprise] picks holes in old nutritional studies to reveal that a higher fat diet is almost certainly healthier in every way than one low in fat and high in carbohydrates. A fresh and thought-provoking outlook that will have you reaching for the creamy cheeses, sausages and bacon.' * Daily Mail * 'For decades we've been trying to eat less fat, particularly animal fat. We've replaced that fat with vegetable fat, carbohydrate and sugar. And now look at us. This book is about a scientific mistake. It's important.' * Evening Standard * 'Ms Teicholz's book is a gripping read for anyone who has ever tried to eat healthily ... This is not an obvious page-turner. But it is ... The vilification of fat, argues Ms Teicholz, does not stand up to closer examination. She pokes holes in famous pieces of research - the Framingham heart study, the Seven Countries study, the Los Angeles Veterans Trial, to name a few - describing methodological problems or overlooked results, until the foundations of this nutritional advice look increasingly shaky.' * The Economist * 'Someone ought to hand a copy of The Big Fat Surprise to the Department of Health.' -- Kate Spicer * Red * '[Teicholz] has a gift for translating complex data into an engaging forensic narrative ... [The Big Fat Surprise] is a lacerating indictment of Big Public Health ... More than a book about food and health or even hubris; it is a tragedy for our information age. From the very beginning, we had the statistical means to understand why things did not add up; we had a boatload of Cassandras, a chorus of warnings; but they were ignored, castigated, suppressed. We had our big fat villain, and we still do.' * Wall Street Journal * 'There aren't enough superlatives to describe this journalistic tour de force. I read it twice: once for the information and again just for the writing.' -- Michael R. Eades, M.D., author of the New York Times bestseller Protein Power 'At last the whole truth about the luscious foods our bodies really need!' -- Christiane Northrup, M.D., author of the New York Times bestseller Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom 'The Big Fat Surprise is refreshingly empowering. This wonderfully researched text provides the reader with total validation for welcoming healthful fats back to the table, paving the way for weight loss, health, and longevity.' -- David Perlmutter, MD, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Grain Brain 'A page-turner story of science gone wrong ... Misstep by misstep, blunder by blunder, Ms. Teicholz recounts the statistical cherry-picking, political finagling, and pseudoscientific bullying that brought us to yet another of the biggest mistakes in health and nutrition, the low-fat and low-saturated fat myth for heart health.' -- William Davis, MD, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Wheat Belly 'The Big Fat Surprise delivers on its title, exposing the shocking news that much of what "everybody knows" about a healthy diet is in fact all wrong. This book documents how misunderstanding, misconduct, and bad science caused generations to be misled about nutrition. Anyone interested in either food or health will want to read to this book.' -- Nathan Myhrvold, author of Modernist Cuisine 'As an epidemiologist, I am awestruck. Nina Teicholz has critically reviewed virtually the entire literature, a prodigiously difficult task, and she has interviewed most of the leading protagonists. The result is outstanding: readable and informative, with forthright text written in plain

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Nina Teicholz wrote on food and nutrition science for Gourmet and Men's Health magazines. She was a reporter for National Public Radio for five years, covering Washington, DC, and Latin America. She also contributed, on a variety of topics, to The New Yorker, The Economist, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Salon, among other publications. In addition, she served as the associate director for the Center for Globalization and Sustainable Development at Columbia University. Teicholz was a student of biology at Yale and Stanford universities and earned a graduate degree from Oxford University. She lives in New York City with her husband and their sons.