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Topic Title: Hair Loss and Balding Prevention: Are Saturated Fats the Answer?
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Created On: 01/25/2017 08:47 AM
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The article caught my eye the study is from 2009 but it might be of interest. From my own experience over 40 years I would say there is something to it. I grew up during a time when the marketers had complete control of the information the consumer was receiving so the message we were fed that poly unsaturated fats were health promoting while saturated fats were just the opposite. They had many of us eating Imperial margarine fit for a King. If one were to dig deeper you will find it was simply about making shitloads of money off of very cheap processed vegetables oils and much of it hydrogenated. So if you have a close family member that died from cancer or heart disease it's very possible that it is due to this deception so you can thank a marketer.

I have found out over a very long period of time that it is just the opposite and in fact why I consume so much saturated fat. Could that same marketing that very well could have caused a tremendous amount of death sped up the balding process. Makes sense to me but it's only information to consider. Make observation and think logically.

Aren't the marketers a wonderful bunch.

I also believe fish oil probably does more harm then good. Yes if you are going to eat fresh fish or fresh frozen fish but consuming fish or fish oil after it has been sitting out for an extended period of time is more about marketing in my opinion. It degrades very quickly and rancid oil creates inflammation which is why consumption of all those rancid vegetable oils has been connected to the rise of heart disease along with other poor advice.

http://www.thehealthyhomeecono...r-loss-balding/




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Edited: 01/25/2017 at 09:00 AM by topcat
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