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.
August 10, 2020
Low-carbohydrate diets do not uniquely treat hyperglycemia and cannot reduce risk for COVID-19 death arising from hyperglycemia.
May 16, 2020
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.
June 28, 2020
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