Since virtually all HRAs tend to get this one completely wrong, which was excusable 5 years ago but not today, I was going to write a blog post about it, if for no other reason than to use that title.
However, The Skeptical Cardiologist beat me to the punch. He did a much better job than I would have done, making today the second day in a row in which someone has written something better than I could have done on the same topic.
Well maybe Al – but I doubt you would have made this apparent rather egregious mistake –
In fact, evidence suggests full fat dairy reduces central obesity , diabetes, cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis in general.”
Unless I am missing something here – these are all observational studies from which this conclusion can not be drawn –
On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 10:14 PM, They Said What? wrote:
> whynobodybelievesthenumbers posted: “Since virtually all HRAs tend to get > this one completely wrong, which was excusable 5 years ago but not today, I > was going to write a blog post about it, if for no other reason than to use > that title. However, The Skeptical Cardiologist beat me to the ” >
If I had to recommend one or the other, I’d go with full fat hands down. True these are observational but so was John Snow’s study on cholera in London. And if something isn’t etched into stone, wellness vendors shouldn’t be advising employees one way or the other.