David Gillespie’s new book Toxic Oil has created a storm.
There’s been a lot of hype, discussion and disagreement over David Gillespie’s new book Toxic Oil.
I’ve read it and read loads of criticism from mainstream dietary sources. I’m going to try to summarise the main points in the book and some of the key criticisms.
In the mean time, I take my hat off to David, for doing the work and writing about this important topic. The great thing that David does is ask questions and force the establishment to state their position.
This is freedom of speech at work.
Just recently David spoke to around 300 people. In the 20 minute presentation he raised concerning questions about seed oils.
I look forwards to your comments. Also, if you could ask David any questions, what would you ask him?
After years of deliberations, the 2003 guidelines have been updated, telling all Australians what the government thinks we should be eating. The task has been massive, especially sifting through the vast amount of input from various health bodies, consumer groups, food growers, manufacturers and retailers, as well as restaurants and fast food outlets.
I’ve looked at the guidelines through the lens of healthy effective weight loss and sustainable healthy weight control and plucked out excerpts that you may find interesting reading.