Myself, Professor @LuisCLCorreia, a Harley Street Dietitian & Harley Street nutritionist have called out unscientific claims that ‘coconut oil is pure poison’ and I’ve called for Professor Karen Michels to apologise and retract her comments immediately https://t.co/9iJZWKcMNh pic.twitter.com/x1pdZNq3Zi
— Dr Aseem Malhotra (@DrAseemMalhotra) August 31, 2018
@Plantbiased @bokkiedog @FatEmperor @atthatmatt @_DuckDodgers__ @brandonwilson @AnnChildersMD @StempBill @tednaiman @thedietcoach77 @ninehigh99 @TuckerGoodrich @drjamesdinic @_eleanorina @erreyedoc @KetoCarnivore @Nutradvance @RP_Fit @TuitNutrition @SBakerMD @Drgarthdavis @PolderPaleo https://t.co/KuHxwHwYjo
— Bill Lagakos (@CaloriesProper) April 22, 2017
We have not read or reviewed this book yet but hopefully it’s one we will get to. The traditional systems of health respected the role of salt in digestion and health and had a healthy balance with it.
— James DiNicolantonio (@drjamesdinic) March 31, 2017
“Sugar is the alcohol of the child.”
Preventing a medical doctor from speaking on the subject of nutrition to their patients is a very strange thing. If the food we eat is the cornerstone of our health, how can a doctor help patients to regain health if they are not allowed to talk about food?
Medical Doctors Punished & Silenced for Giving “Unapproved” High Fat Dietary Advice https://t.co/RRsimqxwco
— Weston A. Price (@WestonAPrice) February 5, 2017