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#3671863 - 05/16/14 05:26 PM Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history
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Mud Dauber
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1. Don't eat eggs or egg yolks.
2. Low Fat, High carb diet
3. Low calories over food quality
4. Vegetable Oil
5. Butter substitutes

http://authoritynutrition.com/5-contenders-for-the-worst-diet-advice-ever/
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#3672524 - 05/17/14 07:51 PM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: Poser]
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Interesting. I fell victim to that line of thinking.

But lately I've been eating eggs whenever i want. I probably have scrambled eggs 2, maybe 3 times a week. Is it healthy? Maybe, maybe not. I don't put salt on my eggs, and I only mix a little milk with the eggs.

I have gone back to using butter. I looked at the contents of margarine and couldn't pronounce some of the ingreedients, let alone know what they were.
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#3672672 - 05/18/14 06:21 AM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: moondawg]
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Margarine is one molecule different then plastic. Sorry but I don't want none of that.
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#3673518 - 05/19/14 11:09 AM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: CountryBoy053]
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I usually eat at least 2 eggs a day (eggs + sauteed greens is my current favorite breakfast). Sometimes, I eat 3 or 4 a day.

It always trips me out standing in the grocery store lines in Memphis. You look at people's shopping carts and they are full of processed carbs. I also see people buying weird butter substitutes that I've never heard of. I guess because I've never paid attention to butter substitutes, it trips me out how many of them there are and the names they have.
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#3673876 - 05/19/14 08:49 PM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: Poser]
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Yeah, it's interesting to see what people put in their shopping carts. Fried fish instead of frozen fish. Hot dogs. Yuck!

I try to make good choices when I go shopping. Sometimes I'm good, sometimes I'm not. \:D
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#3681976 - 06/02/14 09:23 AM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: moondawg]
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I typically have three types of oil.. olive oil (never cook with it), coconut oil, and butter.

I used my last bottle of vegetable oil as lighter fluid for charcoal grilling. It works well.
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#3681991 - 06/02/14 09:40 AM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: farmin68]
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 Originally Posted By: farmin68


I used my last bottle of vegetable oil as lighter fluid for charcoal grilling. It works well.



\:\)
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#3682826 - 06/03/14 01:57 PM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: Poser]
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I'd be out of luck without eggs. 2 eggs, spinach, and turkey sausage scrambled together every morning.
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#3683566 - 06/04/14 01:22 PM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: farmin68]
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 Originally Posted By: farmin68
I typically have three types of oil.. olive oil (never cook with it), coconut oil, and butter.

I used my last bottle of vegetable oil as lighter fluid for charcoal grilling. It works well.



Why don't you cook with olive oil?

And vegetable oil as lighter fluid? I gotta try that. \:\)
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#3683755 - 06/04/14 06:20 PM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: moondawg]
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 Originally Posted By: moondawg
 Originally Posted By: farmin68
I typically have three types of oil.. olive oil (never cook with it), coconut oil, and butter.

I used my last bottle of vegetable oil as lighter fluid for charcoal grilling. It works well.



Why don't you cook with olive oil?

And vegetable oil as lighter fluid? I gotta try that. \:\)


I don't completely understand it, but I've heard at least two different doctors who preach (and practice) wellness through nutrition that olive oil changes on a molecular level when heated and becomes almost as unhealthy as 'standard' vegetable oils.
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#3684314 - 06/05/14 12:20 PM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: farmin68]
moondawg
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 Originally Posted By: farmin68
 Originally Posted By: moondawg
 Originally Posted By: farmin68
I typically have three types of oil.. olive oil (never cook with it), coconut oil, and butter.

I used my last bottle of vegetable oil as lighter fluid for charcoal grilling. It works well.



Why don't you cook with olive oil?

And vegetable oil as lighter fluid? I gotta try that. \:\)


I don't completely understand it, but I've heard at least two different doctors who preach (and practice) wellness through nutrition that olive oil changes on a molecular level when heated and becomes almost as unhealthy as 'standard' vegetable oils.


Interesting. Might as well just use vegetable oil.

I've gotten to where I cook with butter. Is it better than any of the oils? Probably not. But at least it's not margarine!
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#3684330 - 06/05/14 12:38 PM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: moondawg]
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 Originally Posted By: moondawg
 Originally Posted By: farmin68
 Originally Posted By: moondawg
 Originally Posted By: farmin68
I typically have three types of oil.. olive oil (never cook with it), coconut oil, and butter.

I used my last bottle of vegetable oil as lighter fluid for charcoal grilling. It works well.



Why don't you cook with olive oil?

And vegetable oil as lighter fluid? I gotta try that. \:\)


I don't completely understand it, but I've heard at least two different doctors who preach (and practice) wellness through nutrition that olive oil changes on a molecular level when heated and becomes almost as unhealthy as 'standard' vegetable oils.


Interesting. Might as well just use vegetable oil.

I've gotten to where I cook with butter. Is it better than any of the oils? Probably not. But at least it's not margarine!


I use coconut oil a lot, but butter, bacon fat and pork lard, too. Coconut oil and butter mixed together is good, too.
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#3684356 - 06/05/14 01:08 PM Re: Top 5 worst nutritional advice in history [Re: Poser]
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Add duck fat to that list. Awesome for new potatoes in the skillet or popping popcorn in a frying pan.
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