When we are willing to listen to anything and everyone who’s an “expert” we are usually left with a shitty representation of what the truth really is. Most doctors I know are running a practice or are engaged in their “profession” so deeply that they really only have time to care about one thing… What it is they are doing. Orthos, Cardiologist’s, Oncologist’s, Internal Medicine, etc focus on one thing and its either a crud ton of patients that they have packed into a day and then the people selling the devices and drugs the docs might being using. Ok, there might be a little more in there, but the point is, I’ve seen most of the listed above docs my entire life in some way shape or form, and the only thing they are experts in is getting the job done that they do day in and day out. This is what they are good at, and why we should be seeing them… Maybe.
What’s the point? When was the last time Dr. Oz actually put out something decent that didn’t make him look like the expert, and more so let the information present itself? When was the last time your podiatrist actually talked to you about the muscles in your foot and that you really don’t need orthotics if you actually learn to use your feet? How about a cardiologist that talked about inflammation rather than cholesterol?
Since I’ve already put a ton out on the foot… Click the above link, then get on google or yahoo or whatever internet machine you can and start looking into this thing called the Cholesterol Myth, and start looking into inflammation, and the root causes of it. You might start to understand fat is actually a buffer for inflammation, but then id be giving it all away. Obviously most understand where my opinion is, but this doesn’t mean you need to take on my opinion. It means stop listening to a bunch of over worked, band aide prescribing nincompoops and develop the ability to understand more than most of these people giving you half truths. Hell I’d like you to understand more than me. Most already do.
Don’t fear fat, fear not wanting to understand it from every angle. I remember when I bought in hook, line, sinker… Don’t make that mistake.