Gluten, aspartame and bullet proof coffee. What does the science say?

Some interesting headlines doing the rounds this week.

Bulletproof Coffee apparently actually pretty bad for you.

Who would have thought? Massive over consumption of dietary fats might have some adverse effects? It’s weird cos recently a lot of fucken morons have been going so far as to say that it’s impossible to over consume fats and that they can’t be stored as body fat.

Deadset imbeciles.

It is odd to me, the way other people think.

For example… many years back it was decided that many people were consuming excessive saturated fats. Therefore the official guidelines became “limit intake” of this type.

Fair enough.

Recently though people have started to realise “hey but you do need SOME all the same”, which is quite correct. But the way people react to this is to decide “not only is there no limit to how much you should consume, since we now realise this doesn’t have to be limited so drastically, clearly it should actually be the primary source of calories and all other things should be limited instead”.

How does that even make the slightest amount of sense?


Apparently this “non coeliac gluten sensitivity” thing doesn’t exist, after all.

Which is odd because for the last few years I’ve constantly had fucking idiots lecturing me about how EVERYONE has it whether they realise it or not.


Aspartame also turns out to be perfectly fine.



Author: davehpt

I'm DaveHPT, Maybe you've heard of me? Musician, rock star and recording artist. Published author. Former security industry professional. Personal Trainer and Weight Management Architect Of Awesomeness. Problem Solver.

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