This is not a surprise that high refined sugar in the diet leads to degeneration, Dr. Weston Price talked about this 80 years ago.
The video starts out with the standard politically correct myth that "cholesterol and fats contribute to heart disease", which is only partially correct. Cholesterol is not a cause of heart disease unless it's rancid, such as in powdered milk or other processed foods. Natural cholesterol from animal fats and what our bodies make does not contribute to heart disease, it helps protect the body from wounds, for one, and is the basis of vitamin D3 production and hormones like estrogen and testosterone. Too many polyunsaturated fats that are rancid also contribute to disease, including heart disease and cancer. This is not disputed except by the politically correct nutritionists, that unfortunately have a powerful sway over general public's thinking.
But it's good to see some news that actually points out the truth that sugar and probably high fructose corn syrup are among of the biggest causes of disease on the planet. Skip the soda and enjoy a fizzing soda water with a splash of kombucha. Learn how to make your own kombucha at home.
I used my handy little Ninja processor to puree Italian style canned tomatoes, avocado, and cooked shrimp into a sauce. I topped some tortilla chips with the sauce and more shrimp with cocktail sauce.
Also some tasty, fun egg rolls with cabbage, carrots and chicken.
I got this large bag of pork lard for only $5 at the farmers market. Pork lard, especially pasture raised and fed barley, is probably one of the most healthful fats out there. Pork lard is high in vitamin D3, and provides heart-healthy stearic and palmitic acids. Pork lard is actually high in monounsaturated fat, same as found in olive oil.
What to do with pork lard? Melt it down in a pan and pour into jars. The left-over solid chunks can be eaten as snacks or given to the doggie. Pork lard is traditionally used for deep-fat frying or sauteing. Because pork is shunned by the politically correct nutritionism, many people are afraid of it. So I got this huge bag for practically free!
I also picked up some sausage, bacon bits, and a pork hock that I made into gelatin broth.
Following Weston A. Price