Since the 1980’s, the national health standards have promoted what is called the food pyramid, which tells us that sugars and fats should be eaten sparingly, if at all. Dr. Jean-Guy Daigneault is a chiropractor who is also a nutrition expert, and though he agrees with sugar being bad for you, recent studies have shown that avoidance of fat is a problem. Consumption of good fats is essential for the production of hormones and it helps to lose weight. The culprit is trans-fatty acids found in mass-produced foods.

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