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    Let's discuss if the latest version of conventional nutritional advise is correct??

    What are peoples thoughts on this?

    Keep in mind the following:

    - The food pyramid has changed several times in recent times

    - The general population seems to be suffering from more (diet related) health problems than they did 50 to 100 years ago.

    - 100 years ago type 2 diabetes was unheard of

    - We once though that cholesterol causes heat attacks

    - Massive increase in mental illnesses and child (and adult) behaviour problems.

    - It was once common knowledge that the earth was flat

    Will people look back at 2019 in another 20 or even 50 years and laugh just like we look back at the flat earth theory?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mick View Post
    conventional nutritional advise
    Mick what are you referring to when you say this. Government advise, industry advice, community / family advise. Is there a convention or is all advice dependent on back ground and upbringing ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by simo74 View Post
    Mick what are you referring to when you say this. Government advise, industry advice, community / family advise. Is there a convention or is all advice dependent on back ground and upbringing ?
    Conventional 2019 scientific advice, food pyramid, world health organisation, current recommendations for healthy eating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mick View Post
    Conventional 2019 scientific advice, food pyramid, world health organisation, current recommendations for healthy eating.
    You obviously have issue with something. Fill us in with the right way to do it.


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    It's largely correct. Where people go wrong is lack of exercise and not putting down the fork
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    It's largely correct. Where people go wrong is lack of exercise and not putting down the fork
    That is pretty much it.

    The way I see it is we all react differently to everything why isn’t what we eat any different.

    Basic recommendations are just that, “basic”
    there’s no conspiracy it’s just working it out, working out what fits, what works.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazza20 View Post
    You obviously have issue with something. Fill us in with the right way to do it.
    Haha


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    One thing I will say is, 2000kcal a day for a sedentary middle aged woman with a desk job photocopying all day is far, far too much
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    In terms of mental illness I feel diet isn’t a huge contributor but a minute part of a manifold problem
    could be;
    a growing population?
    Better diagnosis?
    trying to incorporate them into society as opposed to hiding them or terminate them.
    from my little world I see a lot of ignorance and stupidity which is encouraged by our modern society.
    but I digress.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 0ni View Post
    One thing I will say is, 2000kcal a day for a sedentary middle aged woman with a desk job photocopying all day is far, far too much
    Absolutely!
    1200 to 1400 is a good place to start


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