At 9/23/12 08:16 PM, OwnageGiy223 wrote:
Give me the direct quote where I said I was smarter than medical scientists.
It seemed implied.
I don't need to you to make any direct statements for me to infer certain beliefs that you hold.
You're probably going to have a hard time doing that, because said quote doesn't exist.
If you'd actually watch the documentary, you'd see that Tom is actually right.
The overwhelming majority of peer-reviewed scientific studies show that saturated fat is not very good for the human body.
The overwhelming majority of organizations around the world that intend to promote good health, such as the American Heart Association, American Medical Association, and the World Health Organization state that saturated fat is not very good for the human body.....
....and you tell me to ignore all of the evidence presented by these organizations and copious peer-reviewed studies and believe what some guy in a documentary claims?
At 9/23/12 08:39 PM, The-Great-One wrote:
At 9/23/12 08:13 PM, Light wrote:
I suppose the overwhelming majority of members in the medical community are wrong.OP said nothing of the sort.
The OP is obviously more knowledgeable about this subject.
It seems like he believes it to be true, though.
I have watched Fat Head and the science in it certainly holds up better than the science in Super Size Me. Super Size Me wasn't against McDonald's, it had an agenda.
But the science of Fat Head doesn't hold up well at all.
Even if Super Size Me was wrong, saturated fat is still detrimental to physical health if consumed in abundant amounts.
Now Fat Head had an agenda, to show that Super Size Me was lying. I hate documentaries that don't look to give information, show both sides of the story, or when they do give information leave out facts that could harm them or twist information to fit their agenda.