Jan wrote: trust in publications
Searcher wrote:Jan wrote: trust in publications
I believe it's important to evaluate the strength of the scientific evidence. That's the safe criterion.
As Plumster pointed out, it helps to know what gains are available to someone from promoting a particular scientific theory. This does not over-ride the strength of scientific evidence, but it does tend to put wise readers on their guard. They may still choose to go along with the commercially motivated theory until it's replaced by something more solid.
Fc1345linville wrote: the "gospel according to fill-in-the-blank".
Julie G wrote: the most telling statistic can be found in comparing those who had the highest vs. the lowest egg intake; 581 vs. 971. It appears to be much more dangerous to eat no eggs at all. Does Dr. Greger mention that one?
I switched from 21 eggs per week to 7 per week because of this evidence. That's 1 egg per week more than strictly advisable, but some of us like to live dangerously.
Stavia wrote:some weeks 10 if I make a huge veggie quiche for my work lunches (my main meal). I wonder if an average is ok over a fortnight for instance? .
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