This is kind of interesting. This is an article in 1925 by the Frenchman Jean Oslem Rilit Savard. He wrote a book called THE PHYSIOLOGY OF TASTE. That’s not this; this is another article.
The article was written in 1825. “It has been clearly shown that it is only because of grains and starches that fatty congestion can occur, as much in a man as in animals. This affect plays a large part in the commerce of fattened beasts for our markets, and it can be deduced as an exact consequence that a more or less rigid abstinence from everything that is starchy or floury will lead to the lessening of weight.” How do we get animals fat quickly? Grain-fed diet. We know we can make them fat very quickly by feeding them carbohydrates. We haven’t figured that out for ourselves yet? So what do we do then? Now, the fat this is manufactured in these animals is very saturated fat; it’s a very poisonous, toxic fat. We eat these animal products then, and this is why the fat they we eat is toxic to us. It is because most of the fat that we are eating is a byproduct of carbohydrate metabolism. Fat in itself is not bad; I really want to hammer that home. Fat is not toxic; the fat that we eat in this country is toxic, for the most part. It is artificially manufactured. Greenberg, (that’s this one), is entitled –I don’t know what this is entitled. “Under circumstances of increased fat intake, the size of an individual aft cell increases. Carbohydrates may influence adipogenesis through insulin mediated regulation of fat cell number.”