FDA Food Police want to Dictate What Foods are “Healthy” in New Guidelines Criminalizing Traditional Fats Like Butter and Coconut Oil

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

The criminal U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) yesterday published new proposed rules dictating when food products can have the word “healthy” on their packaging and when they cannot.

The problem is that you should not trust the FDA to tell you which foods are healthy and which foods are not, anymore than you should trust them when they claim that COVID-19 vaccines are “safe and effective.”

The FDA does NOT exist to protect you, the public, but corporate America and the Globalists that control Wall Street and the Bankers.

Just as the FDA serves the interests of Big Pharma and their interests in promoting vaccines and other highly toxic and dangerous drugs, so too they serve the interests of Big Food and Big Ag, and the three main cash crops that each year are heavily subsidized with American tax dollars to achieve world food dominance which are: corn, soybeans, and wheat.

So is it any coincidence that FDA dietary nutritional advice places a heavy emphasis on foods developed from these three cash crops?

Not only are these three cash crops used to attain world dominance in cheap export foods that local economies in poorer nations cannot compete with by growing their own native crops, these three crops from the U.S. are also the most polluted and contaminated crops in the U.S., as over 90% of all corn and soybeans grown are genetically modified (GMO) varieties that are heavily sprayed with herbicides and pesticides, including glyphosate which is known for causing cancer.

And while wheat so far does not have any GMO varieties being grown commercially, most varieties are grown in the northern states such as the Dakotas and Montana, where the crops are “desiccated” at harvest by spraying them with glyphosate-based herbicides which kill them and allow them to be harvested more conveniently before the first snow fall.

So ignoring more than 2 decades of peer-reviewed studies published in the medical journals on the government’s own NIH-funded website that conclusively show that a low-fat and high-carb diet that is promoted by the FDA and USDA is harmful to the nation’s health, and that natural and traditional saturated fats that have been in the food chain for thousands of years, such as butter and coconut oil, are “unhealthy,” while the newer “polyunsaturated vegetable oils” from corn and soy which have only been in the food chain since WWII and the invention of “expeller-pressed” technology which allows oil to be extracted from corn and soy and are heavily processed to make them shelf-stable are considered “healthy,” the FDA continues to promote Big Ag and Big Food profits by promoting dietary guidelines that are destroying America’s health.

Saturated Fats are Healthy – The Science is Clear

I have personally (along with many others) been educating the American consumer about how healthy traditional saturated fats are for more than 2 decades now, and the science is crystal clear.

If you search for “saturated fats” on Health Impact News, you will get a result of almost 400 articles we have published in the past 10 years, all backed by solid research published in peer-reviewed journals, and showing just how wrong the FDA and USDA are in their politically motivated dietary recommendations.

And just because my focus in publishing since 2020 has centered around the Plandemic and exposing the Globalists’ depopulation agenda that is murdering millions and rendering almost an entire generation infertile through the COVID “vaccines,” that doesn’t mean that the science proving saturated fats are healthy has stopped.

On the contrary, just a few weeks ago a study was published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology which, like hundreds of studies before it, looked at the “science” that claims saturated fat consumption leads to heart disease, and concluded:

Findings from the studies reviewed in this paper indicate that the consumption of (saturated fatty acids – SFA) is not significantly associated with (cardio-vascular disease – CVD) risk, events or mortality. Based on the scientific evidence, there is no scientific ground to demonize SFA as a cause of CVD. SFA naturally occurring in nutrient-dense foods can be safely included in the diet. (Source.)

This is hardly “news,” as a study published more than 12 years ago in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reviewed the scientific literature that included 347,747 subjects (They cannot call that a “small” sample size!) and reached the same conclusion:

A meta-analysis of prospective epidemiologic studies showed that there is no significant evidence for concluding that dietary saturated fat is associated with an increased risk of CHD or CVD. More data are needed to elucidate whether CVD risks are likely to be influenced by the specific nutrients used to replace saturated fat. (Source.)

So if you love your bacon, love your butter, and love your coconut oil because your body seems to crave it but you have been too afraid to consume these condemned fats because your doctor told you consuming too much of these saturated fats would lead to high cholesterol and heart disease, you’ve been fooled!

These fats are actually healthy, especially if the animal fats and dairy come from healthy animals that are allowed to get much of their nutrition from pasture lands by grazing on grass as they have done for thousands of years, and not in huge, dense, confined animal feeding operations where there is no pasture and they are fed instead, you guessed it, the cash crops of GMO corn and soy and glyphosate-contaminated wheat instead.

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5 thoughts on “FDA Food Police want to Dictate What Foods are “Healthy” in New Guidelines Criminalizing Traditional Fats Like Butter and Coconut Oil

  1. At least where I live, cows refuse to eat wheat if they got the oppertunity to do so. That would indicate something. Oat is a different story. We have only been eating grains in quantity since the humans settled down about 6-8000 years ago, but are still not adapted to it. Otherwise all related [welfare] diseases would have been gone by now. Instead, they increases … Since mid 20th century, it has been a huge addition of artificial stuff into the food. How could we possibly adapt in such relatively short time? [ret]

    Looking into all the claims made by ‘Big Pharma’, it seems that many of them are incorrect. As the old [true] joke about the industry goes – ‘A healthy patient is a bad customer’.

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  3. Interesting. From everything I’ve read, human health and life expectancy deteriorated when grains were introduced. It seems to have been forced on people by the ruling classes that developed around that time.

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    • Grains have been around since agriculture began. The so-called “fertile crescent” was producing grains in Biblical times and before. The Orient was growing rice, another grain. Corn was domesticated by early Mexicans and brought to Europe by Christopher Columbus.

      I can agree that modern industrial agriculture, with its herbicides, pesticides, and genetically mutated crops has depleted the over-farmed land of important nutrients and replaced the soil with pollutants, but this is not the grains’ fault.

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