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The healing power of cream

  1. The idea that cream is bad turns out to be very whipped. Myths are dormant in the 21st century. Sometimes a new insight has been known for years but has never appeared in the media and many still adhere to the old ideas. Cream, like many other dairy products, contains saturated fats. It has long been thought that people from consuming these fats develop cardiovascular disease. Obesity and diabetes mellitus are also said to be the result of eating too much saturated fats. This turns out to be an incorrect statement. From the 60s of the 20th century (Western) people have been misinformed about saturated fats. Several scientific studies from 2010 show that saturated fats from dairy products are healthy. There is no scientific evidence that whole milk products such as butter, whole cottage cheese or whole milk would make you fat.


  1. Fats are healthy The fatter you eat, the less obesity Fats do not lead to heart disease Milk products do not lead to diabetes mellitus Ravnskov Tips for whipped cream

Fats are healthy

  1. First, it is wise to note that obesity, diabetes or diabetes mellitus, and cardiovascular disease are the classic lifestyle diseases. That is to say, as prosperity increased, from about 1900, these diseases are known to be much more common. In addition, any expert can tell you that in the past, so in the 18th and 19th century, well into the 20th century, humans ate much more fats. Milk was always whole, raw milk. They ate and baked in butter. Even the meat was fattier. In the time when people ate fat, they were a lot leaner than modern man! Nor did people suffer from arteriosclerosis and heart attacks as much as in the period after the Second World War. These are already indications that fats are not at all as sickening as has long been presented by Western media and the medical establishment.

The fatter you eat, the less obesity

  1. In a study published in Sweden in 2013, it appeared that the more fats from dairy products were consumed, the lower the risk of obesity. The reverse was also true: the lower the fat intake from milk products, the higher the risk of obesity. The study was conducted over a 12-year period and a total of 1,782 men were examined. Obesity is one of the most common lifestyle diseases. From the 60s of the 20th century it was thought that obesity was caused by eating fat. This hypothesis appears to be undermined in a simple way, through scientific research. All food manufacturers have adapted their products in response to inferior science or pseudoscience from the 20th century and praise their products as 'skinny', 'half full' and even 'light'. At the beginning of the 21st century, it appears that we can use whole cream and whole milk much better.

Fats do not cause heart disease

  1. Cream and whole milk contain saturated fats. These fats have long been thought to cause heart disease. This idea turns out to be an illusion. American research published in 2010 shows that saturated fats do not cause cardiovascular disease and therefore do not cause heart attacks. The study compared data from 21 other studies. It turned out in a number of studies that the researchers threw all kinds of data into a pile. In the 20th century, scientists considered all types of fat, be it synthesized trans fat or natural milk fat, to be similar fats. The American researchers separated the results for trans fats from the results for fats from cream and other natural products. It then turned out that cream and natural fats did not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. Many researchers started from the idea that supermarket oil and margarine need not be distinguished from natural fats such as cream, butter and whole milk. If so many scientists can make this mistake for half a century, can you speak of pseudoscientists? The opposite turned out to be true: saturated fats from dairy products may even slightly reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, the American researchers noted.

Dairy products do not lead to diabetes mellitus

  1. Eating cheese, cream and butter does not increase the risk of a heart attack, concludes an English study by Cardiff University that was published in April 2010. In this meta-study 38 scientific publications were compared. Some studies concluded in their conclusion a relationship between diabetes and the consumption of dairy products. However, on the basis of statistical data, there is insufficient evidence for this statement, the English researchers saw. The researchers write that most other studies found cholesterol as the sole indication for proposing the conclusion that dairy products are bad for the heart. However, it is not very scientific to use only one indicator on which to base a conclusion, according to staff at Cardiff University. Hundreds of researchers did not take the trouble to monitor people's daily eating habits and conclude from this which eating habits lead to certain diseases; it was simply assumed that cholesterol leads to cardiovascular disease, which has turned out to be an illusion. The researchers say the industrial dairy products with low fat percentages should be subjected to critical science. It may well be that these dairy products are a lot less healthy than whole milk products, the English researchers think.


  1. It is becoming increasingly clear that the myth of cholesterol leading to heart disease is being shattered by modern research. Dr. Ravnskov, a Swedish physician, writer and researcher explains in his book "Facts and Fables about Cholesterol" that cholesterol is badly needed in the body and that it is a transporter of medicinal substances. That while, for example, the Heart Foundation and all kinds of cardiologists have said for half a century that cholesterol is bad and should be suppressed. Cholesterol is especially abundant in the brain. In addition, humans produce cholesterol themselves. "Do you really believe that something the human body produces can be bad for health?" Is one of the questions Uffe Ravnskov asks.

Tips for eating whipped cream

  1. Everyone knows how to make whipped cream. You can easily make regular cream yourself by whipping cream without sugar. You can use whipped cream in various ways in the kitchen. Cream is actually edible every day. You can do it on bread in combination with cheese. Cream is also delicious on the pancakes with fruit. In addition, cream fits in many pasta dishes. If you use cream in a hot meal, it is wise to add it at the last minute. Cream is very tasty in a dish with kidney beans. Furthermore, a dollop of cream goes well with boiled potatoes. You can make a potato salad nice and creamy by adding some whipped cream. A fruit salad with whipped cream is also a true food feast. Whipped cream is also delicious for pastries. Some people call this whipped cream 'German whipped cream' because in Germany whipped cream is never sweetened.

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