John yudkin pure white and deadly pdf
(PDF) Pure, White and Deadly - John Yudkin | Ovidiu C. Vishan - howtogetridof-dandruff.comThe 'Carmen Project' began in , with the construction of several full scale mock-up supermarkets in five different countries. In laboratories in Denmark, Holland, Britain, Spain and Germany, scientists painstakingly recreated the exact atmosphere of supermarkets, using indigenous retail designers, and indigenous products. Advertising free food in exchange for participation in the experiment, they soon had slightly overweight people plying trolleys up ersatz aisles, making very real decisions about what they were going to eat that night. What the bureau was out to prove is that 'white death', as sugar has been dubbed by its vocal opponents, has acquired an entirely unwarranted image as a health risk. And their view is, somewhat surprisingly given sugar's bad press over recent years, not without official support. The case against sugar started with a book. In , Sweet And Dangerous was published by Professor John Yudkin, arguably the leading nutritionist of his time, who claimed to have found a link between sugar and heart disease.
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A couple of years ago, an out-of-print book published in by a long-dead British professor suddenly became a collector's item. Copies that had been lying dusty on bookshelves were selling for hundreds of pounds, while copies were also being pirated online. How exactly did a long-forgotten book suddenly become so prized? The cause was a ground-breaking lecture called Sugar: the Bitter Truth by Robert Lustig, professor of paediatric endocrinology at the University of California, in which Lustig hailed Yudkin's work as "prophetic". I'm telling you every single thing this guy said has come to pass. I'm in awe.