Members of the Nutrition Coalition said Americans followed the government dietary guidelines at the same time obesity burgeoned.
One graph supplied by the Nutrition Coalition’s members showed when the government’s dietary recommendations became official in the late 1970s, the obesity epidemic of the American people began and accelerated.
Other data showed the public has followed the dietary guidelines, despite claims to the contrary. This means Americans have cut their consumption of saturated fats and increased their consumption of carbohydrates.
Last, the Nutrition Coalition charged that, despite all the evidence against it, the official narrative has not changed since it began. The dietary committee today names three “dietary patterns,” yet all are essentially the same — low-fat, high-carbohydrate diets.
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