El Paso, TX. Chiropractor Dr. Alex Jimenez investigates sugar, acidity and inflammation.
A study late last year, which appeared in JAMA Internal Medicine, presented a damning declaration hardly surprisingly to anyone remotely tuned in to the sugar debate recently.
Researchers here noted way back in the 1960s, the sugar industry paid three Harvard scientists to publish a study in the New England Journal of Medicine arguing fat (particularly saturated fat) and cholesterol triggered heart disease while largely exculpating sugar.(1)
Repercussions of that sugar-lobbied study resonated over the next few decades � into 2017, in fact � as low fat, cholesterol-free, and calorie counting became mantras for healthy eating.