"In Woody Allen's 1973 movie, Sleeper, the protagonist woke up after being frozen for 200 years, to find that saturated fats were health foods. At the time the movie was made, that had already been established (e.g., Hartroft and Porta, 1968 edition of Present Knowledge in Nutrition, who showed that adequate saturated fat in the diet helped to protect against the formation of lipofuscin)." Raymond Peat, PhD, The Great Fish Oil Experiment
Old time bodybuilders and strongmen ate the right way.
“The inhibition of fat oxidation, and supporting sugar oxidation, now seems to be appropriate for preventing or treating any age-related degenerative disease.” Raymond Peat, PhD
If you want to sculpt an old school physique, you need to eat old school physique sculpting power foods.
For years health officials have been demonizing Saturated Fats, labeling them as the unhealthy fats we should limit or avoid. Lets finally put this notion to bed.
“There can be a great difference between eggs from chickens that really have adequate pasture, and the standard ones, but the labels aren’t likely to contain enough information." Raymond Peat, PhD
"Polyunsaturated fats offer you absolutely nothing except an earlier grave. If you doubt that, go to the autopsies done among the Bantu, among the Japanese and you will find that their arteriosclerosis before the age of thirty is far greater than it is on the American diet, or on the Austrian diet, very similar to ours. This is a fake. Polyunsaturated fats, when this story is finally written is going to make Watergate look like a church social. This is a lie that has been forced on the public. Originally, they were in earnest. They thought it was true. But they know better today." Broda Barnes
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