Skip to comments.Bacon Is Good for You
Posted on 05/04/2014 4:24:46 PM PDT by kingattax
Those who love rib-eye steaks and double-cream Brie will feel better about their guilty pleasures after reading Nina Teicholzs article in this weekends Wall Street Journal, The Questionable Link Between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease. She writes, for example:
Too much whole-grain oatmeal for breakfast and whole-grain pasta for dinner, with fruit snacks in between, add up to a less healthy diet than one of eggs and bacon, followed by fish.
Gary Taubes covered some of the same ground in his excellent 2008 book, Good Calories, Bad Calories: Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and Health. Taubes argued that that consumption of saturated fat does not cause obesity and heart disease; the culprit, instead, is refined carbohydrates like white flour and sugar.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
In a frying pan, partially cook bacon pieces. Add tomato slices and garlic powder, scallion bits and cook covered for 5 minutes. Add fresh sliced mozzarella, cover and cook until melted.
Voila...pizza in a pan without the bread. I eat this almost every day for lunch.
Grains are not only bad for your physical health. Grains may be killing our brains. Our brains need the good fat.
Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar—Your Brain’s Silent Killers by Perlmutter, David (Jan 16, 2014)
Joe...You never cease to amaze me...
Torture for a bacon lover ho hasn’t had an egg and bacon breakfast for two weeks now...
Dude....You need a vacation!!
How does this explain the higher rates of heart disease in the southeastern United States?
As long as I have bacon, it is a vacation.
Must be all that sweet tea.
That sounds good.
Bacon covered onion rings. Yum.
But when will the medical establishment and the big government establishment and the big food establishment and all the others who’ve been selling this bill of goods about fats and dietary cholesterol and all the other misinformation, when will they admit their multitude of mistakes and turn this ocean liner around?
Probably not for another decade or two. Everyone will just have to act on the own best information.
I blame the damn Yankees.
Grain’s place is be made flat and hold the meat together in a sandwich.
Probably a higher consumption of sugar and other high carbohydrate foods.
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