It sure looks that way. Advice on salt, dietary cholesterol, and, now, saturated fat appear to have been seriously wrong.
Short version: that's what you have a liver and kidneys for.
Yet one more data point that if you're in one, you should probably try to get out a hospital as soon as you can: "Patients at UCLA were becoming deathly ill. A superbug was spreading. Could doctors stop it?"
I wasn't overly concerned, but I was still glad to read this.
Related: "Don't believe that viral Diet Coke infographic".
I try to take the minimum amount of medicines I can. This seems to be another cautionary tale.
The fact that phony-baloney chiropractic survives in the U.S. reflects terribly on its customers.
"New Research Shows that While Niacin Added to Statin Therapy Increases HDL Cholesterol Levels It Does Not Improve HDL Functionality"
Probably of no interest to most people, but if, like me, you're taking niacin to raise your HDL, this is quite interesting.
Yet another reason to get your sleep: lack of sleep may foster Alzheimer's.
Not good (or sustainable): 1300 calories/day.
But health matters to me more than appearance and I’m happy with the way I look. I’ll probably keep doing weights but I’ll give heavy dead-lifts a miss. And despite the fame and fortune they enjoy, I’m happy to be back in my old routine – and not having to worry about how I look in my underwear.
I heartily endorse this tip: "Do it while doing something else you love". I have a stationary bike set up in front of my TV and find that an absorbing movie or a good soccer game makes the time fly by.