Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra Explains Why Sugar Is A Threat To Our Health

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BBC Breakfast 22/05/2013:Cardiologist exposes the truth about food labelling on added sugar following his publication in the British Medical Journal. Very telling that the food industry who have manipulated this dietary advice are "unavailable" to discuss this with Dr Malhotra

Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra Explains Why Sugar Is A Threat To Our Health

BBC Breakfast 22/05/2013:Cardiologist exposes the truth about food labelling on added sugar following his publication in the British Medical Journal. Very telling that the food industry who have manipulated this dietary advice are "unavailable" to discuss this with Dr Malhotra

http://www.bmj.com/content/346/bmj.f3199.full?ijkey=1TXPysXB1S7DCIB&keytype=ref

11 thoughts on “Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra Explains Why Sugar Is A Threat To Our Health

  1. Worryingly, for an ‘expert’, Dr Malhotra has got the guidelines all mixed
    up. He is talking about the Guideline Daily Amount of 90g total sugars
    which is NOT an official guideline as it was developed by industry. The
    Department of Health recommendation, which was published in 1991, is
    actually 10% energy from non-milk extrinsic sugars (which equates to around
    53g daily of ‘added’ sugars). It’s a pity that the BBC invites such poorly
    qualified people to speak to the nation on nutrition.

  2. Irrespective of one’s interpretation of ‘guidelines’ Dr. Malhotra is a
    clinician, exposed to thousands of complete patient histories and pathology
    investigations as part of his practice. He has intimate experience with
    personal data. Cardiology aside, perhaps the BBC might follow this up by
    inviting Prof. Robert Lustig, Endocrinologist, who is eminently qualified
    to comment on this emerging public health crisis. Then again, just search
    his name on YouTube.

    1. +Mike Fuery You should never appeal to authority. Dr. Malhotra and Dr.
      Funny err I mean Lustig both make crucial mistakes. They claim large LDL
      particles are not atherogenic. They are. The scientific literature says so,
      yet they both deny this fact.

    2. +Siegfried Furtwängler Knappertsbusch inflammation is atherogenic not the
      particles sizes, lots of current research out there that shows this.

    3. +Madeleine Henderson Saturated fat is pro-inflammatory anyway. Even though
      what you’re saying isn’t true, it wouldn’t change much.

  3. Malhotra is a wannabe celebrity. On his website, the main pic is of a young
    girl gazing at him like a groupie at some function. Classy- not! Malhotra
    demonises sugar but he has no compunction in promoting booze as good for
    you!

  4. We need a Sugar Tax on everything please! And labels must reflect teaspoons
    of sugar. Put the teaspoons on the labels!

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