1. The data do not support the idea that the low-fat dietary guidelines caused the obesity epidemic. (A reply to Dr. Ludwig–Part 1 in the macronutrient trend series.)
  2. The data do not support the idea that the low-fat dietary guidelines caused the obesity epidemic. (A scholarly debate: Dr. Ludwig’s response–Part 2 in the macronutrient trend series.)
  3. The data do not support the idea that the low-fat dietary guidelines caused the obesity epidemic. (A reply to Dr. Ludwig’s response–Part 3 in the macronutrient trend series.)
  4. A response to Zoe Harcombe. Part 4 in the macronutrient trend & obesity series.
  5. The data overwhelmingly indicate that Americans do not follow the Dietary Guidelines.
  6. Did the dietary guidelines cause us to eat more grains and sugar and cause the obesity epidemic? A look at the actual data.
  7. Why are Americans getting fatter? A food love story in six graphs. (P.S. It’s not the carbs or the sugar.)
  8. China’s dietary and health trends. Or, how hundreds of millions of people are being fattened by fat. And being made one of the most diabetic countries in the world.
  9. Debunking myths about the 1977 Dietary Goals for Americans
  10. The food pyramid caused the obesity epidemic
  11. Added sugar intake in the United States is going down, shown using all four available relevant datasets: USDA, UN-FAO, NHANES, and corporate sales data.
  12. Sugar intake vs. diabetes in the United States, United Kingdom, and China: the lack of a correlation.
  13. The shocking truth about sugar, diabetes, and obesity trends in the United Kingdom
  14. Japan is one of the leanest countries in the world and they have virtually identical dietary guidelines as America’s
  15. The dietary guidelines are virtually identical in every country in the world, while obesity ranges from 1.6% (South Korea) to 41.4% (Qatar), a 30-fold difference. Therefore, the dietary guidelines cannot be the cause of obesity.
  16. The dietary guidelines seem neither to prevent nor promote obesity, in cross-country comparison. Part two of a two-part analysis.



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