Wow, more damaging lies coming from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Could it be...Satan, I mean Monsanto?
|"Could it be Satan?"|
In June of last year, Frank Sacks, Professor at Harvard T.H. Chan said;
"Coconut oil isn't healthy. It's never been healthy."His statement was based on a false meta-analysts that had no real evidence to support his opinion.
But, that was enough, I guess.
Because, then they upped the attack several levels last week when Karin Michaels, Adjunct Professor at Harvard TH Chan said;
"Coconut Oil is Pure Poison"
Without making this a 10-page rant, let's focus on the fact that never once has saturated fat been found to cause heart disease, not once! These Harvard professors are stating odd opinions without any factual evidence to back them up. Why do I care? Because I love coconut oil, it has been a staple for me over the past 15 years as I lost over 130 pounds and went from fat to fit. I have an average of 2 TBSP a day and I have reaped the benefits, no doubt. One reason I struggled so long with obesity is that there is so much bad information in the mainstream that has been spread by those we should be able to trust; like the Harvard School of Public Health.
Now I don't have any evidence that Monsanto is behind the Harvard attacks on Coconut Oil but Monsanto would definitely benefit if coconut oil was removed from stores. And did you know that the President of Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, John L. Henshaw, MPH, CIH, was a public health executive for Monsanto Company in the 1970's, around the same time a true poison, Roundup, was commercialized for agricultural use? And this wouldn't be the first time that Harvard and Monsanto traded money for favors. They have been caught several times not disclosing their connection or money paid in exchange for research and public statements by Harvard professors on Monsanto product safety.
Again, I'm not making factual claims, just stating a coincidence based on the ridiculous statements via Harvard and their past connections to Monsanto, and the only thing that makes a bit of sense to me is that they have an ulterior motive.
It's a shame that such an amazing and historic University like Harvard sold it's soul to Satan.
- Harvard and Monsanto: The $23-Million Alliance
- Harvard professor failed to disclose connection
- Monsanto Pays Harvard Wizard $100k to Perform Statistical Magic Show for Jury
- Frank Sacks
- Karin Michels
- John L. Henshaw, MPH, CIH
- Saturated fat does not clog the arteries: coronary heart disease is a chronic inflammatory condition,
- 6 Reasons to steer clear of canola oil