Myths and Misinformation About Fat and Cholesterol: How Bad Science and Big Business Have Created the Obesity Epidemic
April 16, 2011 @ 6:30 p.m.
University Club, Harbour Room
One Tampa Center, 201 N. Franklin St., 38th Floor. A R.S.V.P. . is required
PLEASE do your duty as a citizen journalist and get an RSVP and attend the conference, take a video camera, and ask questions if allowed to do so. If you ask any questions, please ask about Monsanto controlling the so-called “food police” and their fake opposition posing as “personal responsibility advocates”. And do some research on my blog and use the information I have gathered on my blog to come up with your questions and/or talking points. This is our ULTIMATE CHANCE to finally show the sheeple that the “food police” are in bed with the food industry!
In addition, I would recommend buying Tom Naughton’s Fathead documentary on DVD and using information gathered from there in your questions and/or talking points.
Some articles you may with to use to come up with your talking points and/or questions:
And don’t forget Codex Alimentarius!
April 16, 2011 | 6:30 p.m. | David Diamond, USF professor of psychology, molecular pharmacology and physiology
Despite the well-established health benefits of diets rich in cholesterol and saturated fats, poorly conducted research has led the general public to believe the myth that a low-fat, low-cholesterol, meat-restricted diet promotes good health. David Diamond will review the history of how poorly conducted research, inappropriate government intervention and large profits to drug companies have contributed to the obesity epidemic and overall decline in the health of Americans.