The Telegraph: "'Eat fat to get thin': Official diet advice is 'disastrous' for obesity fight, new report warns"

"Processed foods labelled 'low-fat', 'lite', 'low cholesterol' should be avoided at all costs and people with Type 2 diabetes should eat a fat-rich diet rather than one based on carbohydrates, the report urges...Dr Aseem Malhotra, consultant cardiologist and member of the Public Health Collaboration, a group of medics, said dietary guidelines promoting low-fat foods 'is perhaps the biggest mistake in modern medical history, resulting in devastating consequences for public health'."

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