References - Chapter 12
“Eat less fat”
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217 United States Department of Agriculture nutritional database. www.nutritiondata.com
218 Mary G. Enig, PhD and Sally Fallon, Know your fats, (2000).
219 McIlwain, H. and Bachelard, H.S., Biochemistry and the Central Nervous System, Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, (1985). Estimates the composition of the brain to be (approximately) 78% water, 10-12% lipids, 8% protein, 2% soluble organic substances, 1% carbohydrate and 1% inorganic salts.
220 Solomons, N. W. and J. Bulux. “Plant sources of provitamin A and human nutriture.” Nutrition Review, July 1993.
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223 Alli Starter Guide – booklet that comes with a packet of Alli pills. Produced by GlaxoSmithKline
224 (*) http://www.gsk.com/media/pressreleases/2009/2009_pressrelease_10011.htm
225 (*) http://www.eatwell.gov.uk/healthydiet/fss/fats/satfat/
226 (*) http://www.nhs.uk/chq/pages/1124.aspx?categoryid=51&subcategoryid=167
227 (*) http://www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/dga2005/document/pdf/Chapter6.pdf
228 (*) http://www.measureup.gov.au/internet/abhi/publishing.nsf/Content/glossary#S
229 (*) http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/healthyhearts/pages/cholesterol.aspx
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231 Beef, Porterhouse steak, raw, trimmed to 1/8″ fat (USDA reference – URMIS 2145), Nutritiondata.com
232 Beef, Sirloin, lean only (URMIS 2244), Nutritiondata.com
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240 International Monetary Fund, “World Economic Outlook Database, for the year 2009”, (April 2010). Georgia (115), Tajikistan (149), Azerbaijan (82), Moldova (125), Croatia (43), Macedonia (84) and Ukraine (112) for the low fat/high heart disease countries. Austria (10), Finland (12), Belgium (14), Iceland (19), Netherlands (7), Switzerland (4) and France (15) for the high fat/low heart disease countries.
241 (*) Daily Mail, 14 August 2009.
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244 (*) FSA: (http://www.eatwell.gov.uk/healthydiet/fss/fats/satfat/)
247 Bruce Fife, The Healing miracles of coconut Oil, (2001).
248 World Health Organisation figures for 2002.
249 International Margarine Association of the Countries of Europe (IMACE), “Code of Practice on Vitamin A and D fortification of margarines and fat spreads”, (May 2004).
250 DEFRA, Family Food Survey, (Table 1.1), (2008).
251 (*) http://www.fabflour.co.uk/content/1/31/facts-about-bread-in-the-uk.html
253 (*) http://www.just-food.com/market-research/butter-margarine-and-table-spreads-us_id65428.aspx
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