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Professor Noakes Steps Up and Goes Anti-Diabetic and Anti-Statin

All Rights Reserved © 2012 Paul Stevens

An Article in Steve’s Health before Wealth! Series

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Professor Noakes Steps Up and Goes Anti-Diabetic and Anti-Statin





There is a saying “it is the tip of an iceberg”. If you actually check on the basis for this adage you will find that only one ninth (or 11%) of an iceberg is actually above water. In the wider sense this means the problems that have actually been revealed are only a small fraction of those that exist. When it comes to being overweight or obese we are only looking at the tip of the iceberg so to speak. Because if you were to open up such a person you would find that loads of visceral fat is wrapped around the liver, kidneys, and pancreas. We can all see the outward manifestation of fat but who gives a thought to all the fat that has first been stored inside? Yes, that’s food for thought, so to speak. I’ve just finished reading the autobiography of a surgeon who recounts doing a colon operation on an obese person. Surgeons apparently hate doing operations on fat or obese patients because they actually battle to find the organs they need to operate on in the sea of fat inside the patient. That’s pretty disgusting to think about, I know. But how about this? In one operation he had his hand in the patient’s abdomen trying to find his way around when a large blob of fat catapulted out of the patient’s stomach and landed on the floor. It was the size of a golf ball. He kicked it under the table then took it home and gave it to his dog to eat.

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