By Norman M. Bradburn
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34 g/daily). Importantly, assessments were made not just subjectively--using a monthly self-administered questionnaire--but also objectively, by examining a seven-day stool collection at the end of each treatment period. In terms of pain score, lower bowel symptom score (incomplete emptying, straining, stool consistency, flatulence, and laxatives taken), and total symptom score (belching, nausea, vomiting, dyspepsia, and abdominal distension), fibre supplementation conferred no benefit. The only symptom showing improvement was a reduction in constipation.
Carbs and insulin make you fat. These are just some of the bromides, incessantly fed to us by the media and so-called ‘experts’, that I’ve already dissected in my previous books -- and shown to be totally false. In this book, I’m going to take another widely-held and cherished mainstream dietary belief, break down its pseudoscientific façade, and expose it for the fallacious nonsense that it is. Get ready, ladies and gentlemen, as you’re about to learn why the belief whole-grain cereals are healthy is a total sham.
The patients, aged between 30 and 80, were given questionnaires about their usual dietary intake and physical activity levels. They were also divided into “cases” and “controls” based on their colonoscopy results; cases (n = 878) were the patients found to have diverticula, controls (1,226) were those without diverticula noted on their colonoscopy report. So what did the researchers find? Patients with diverticulosis were more likely to be older, white, overweight or obese, to use tobacco, and to take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) compared to those without diverticula.