Have you heard all the rage about bone broth?
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Why Kobe Bryant drinks bone broth
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I have to say the website needs some help. I am just trying to read the article about oils being toxic and somehow I got information about Kobe drinking bone broth. I’m hoping someone wants honest feedback.
Unsaturated fats ARE healthy. The SOURCE of vegetable oils are not unhealthy. The problem with vegetable oils is the PROCESS THEY GO THROUGH to become vegetable oil. It’s the end result that is unhealthy. Not the source. Any unsaturated fat that is in its natural state is great for your body and brain. But not once it has been heated, hydrogenated and God knows what else.
what about this evidence in favor of PUFA oils?
quotes from above:
” n-6 PUFAs, characterized by the presence of at least two double bonds with
the first double bond at the sixth carbon from the methyl terminus, are
the main PUFAs found in vegetable oils, nuts, and seeds. The major
dietary n-6 PUFAs include linoleic acid
(LA) and arachidonic acid (AA): Whereas LA is the predominant dietary
PUFA, AA has a very low consumption level. Controlled feeding studies
have consistently shown that replacing either SFA or carbohydrate with
LA reduces LDL cholesterol and TC to HDL ratio (73, 93). However, some
investigators have long advocated that excessive LA intake is a culprit
of risk of inflammatory disease like CHD, citing several earlier
experimental observations that AA, an LA metabolite, could be converted
to proinflammatory eicosanoids (8, 118, 119). However, more recent
evidence has refuted this oversimplified assertion that ignores the
complexity of the entire metabolome of AA. Among a variety of AA
metabolites, some are proinflammatory, but others are anti-inflammatory
(18, 49, 51). For example, LA can be directly converted to certain
cardio-protective derivatives, such as nitrated LA (LNO2) (18), and some
AA metabolites may play a role in the resolution of inflammation
(Figure 4) (49, 51). There is no clinical evidence that increasing
intake of n-6 PUFA leads to increased proinflammatory cytokines in
humans (49). Higher intake of n-6 PUFA was not associated with
inflammatory biomarkers such as C-reactive protein, interleukin-6, and
soluble TNF receptors 1 and 2 in our previous study (116), whereas
plasma n-6 PUFA concentration was inversely associated with the level of
proinflammatory interleukin-1Ra and positively associated with the
level of anti-inflammatory transforming growth factor-? (31).
Several RCTs have evaluated the effects of high-PUFA and low-SFA diets on CHD
events (10, 19, 34, 56, 80, 95–97, 119, 120, 123, 144). Because n-6
PUFA, especially LA, is the predominant PUFA in a habitual diet, these
RCTs provided direct evidence of the
effects on the risk of CHD of replacing SFA with n-6 PUFAs. However, it
is challenging to interpret the findings from these RCTs because most
studies were limited by multiple methodological issues, such as a short
study duration (123), high attrition rate (34, 120), problems in CHD
case adjudication (56), low or insufficiently evaluated participant
compliance (10, 56), and the intervention diet confounded by trans fatty
acid (TFA) (119). Two earlier RCTs in institutionalized populations
(19, 95, 96, 135) are among several high-quality RCTs with fewer
aforementioned limitations. The Wadsworth Hospital and Veterans
Administration Center Study conducted by Dayton et al. is a
double-blinded well-controlled trial among 846 male veterans, 26% of
whom had history of cardiovascular event (19). The intervention diet
used PUFA-rich oils, including corn, soybean, safflower, and cottonseed
oils, to replace SFA. As a result, LA accounted for 38% and 10% of total
fatty acids in the intervention and control diets, respectively. During
an average follow-up of 8 years, the RR for the primary outcome, sudden
death or ischemic heart disease, comparing intervention versus control
diets was 0.74 (95% CI, 0.53–1.03). In addition, the intervention diet
reduced the incidence of stroke by 41% (RR = 0.59; 95% CI, 0.30–1.15)
and total CVD by 32% (RR = 0.68; 95% CI, 0.52–0.91).
The Finnish Mental Hospital Study was an RCT that included both primary and
secondary prevention designs (95, 96, 135). It tested the effect of n-6
PUFA from soybean oil versus SFA, mainly from dairy, in 1,222 patients
at psychiatric hospitals with an average
follow-up of 6 years. A unique feature of this study was that the
compliance of intervention was confirmed by a large increase in LA
concentration in adipose tissue. As a result, the high-PUFA intervention
diet, compared with the high-SFA control diet, reduced CHD outcome by
41% (RR = 0.59; 95% CI, 0.47–0.74). Besides these two early RCTs, other
appropriately designed RCTs, such as the Oslo Diet-Heart Study (80) and
British Medical Research Council Study (97), also consistently observed
that increased PUFA consumption, as a replacement for SFA, protected
against CHD. In a meta-analysis summarizing evidence from eight RCTs,
each 5% increase in energy from PUFA, predominantly n-6 PUFA, in place
of SFA led to a 10% reduction in CHD risk (RR = 0.90; 95% CI, 0.83–0.97)
If anyone here is wondering why your not getting much traffic or why no one is commenting on anything, well ask yourself this one question (please use “John Oliver” sarcastic voice)… What idiot designed this website?
Oh goody, the top HALF of my browser window is taken up by the fracken menu and logo, otherwise I’d be able to see the actual content here…. Oh, the logo also points back to the home page, isn’t that nice. Guess that has to take up a whole 1/4th of the page so people can be able to do that….
I’m not kidding, here’s a dammed screen shot… https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/77aea9f884fd40fe0c034e30b950e19860824b3d59e2443648ac0d1b1d6fde5e.jpg
If you HAVE TO HAVE a persistent menu & logo, then put it on the left hand side of the page and be done with it. That way your text and other media can format correctly and then be seen properly, abet a little smaller width wise. Oh, and force it to only take up 1/4 of the page at most. Anymore and people quietly start to leave.