Cereal Killer: The Unintended Consequences of the Low Fat Diet
Alan L. Watson
A record number of American children are diagnosed with asthma, obesity, diabetes and bipolar disorder. Along with surging food and medical costs, Americans must come to grips with declining life expectancy – now 37th in the world.
In this explosive book, Alan Watson sheds new light on how corporate greed, government delusion, and slippery science are making our children sick and causing what the late Dr. Robert Atkins called “diabesity.”
Part 1 discusses damaging consequences of the low fat diet and how food pyramid recommendations and high-sugar cereals are linked with high blood sugar, insulin resistance and diabetes. Part 2 provides detailed analysis of why saturated fat and cholesterol containing foods are essential to health.
Cereal Killer is a stinging indictment of the big cereal companies and drug industries who enjoy huge profits as Americans of all ages suffer from failed “low fat” federal nutrition guidelines and record levels of chronic disease. After you read Cereal Killer, you will know:
- Why obesity is epidemic.
- Why diabetes is soaring.
- Why cholesterol and saturated fat are not the cause of heart disease.
Softcover, 140 pages.