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They mentioned hyperplasia of the epidermis in fat-free group. I actually had that for a year or so after starting peating. As far as pathology goes, it is pretty minor.
Human studies on diet of 80% glucose and 20% protein.
"...In Study I, eight men were given fat-free, eucaloric diets containing 80% of calories as glucose and 20% as amino acid hydrolysates by a constant drip over a 24-h period. The diets...
http://peatarian.com/49034/critical-rev ... t-citation
What do you think of it? I'm also a native German speaker and read the study now several times and indeed Ray's claim about fat-free diets preventing "spontaneous development of cancer" (which he clearly bases on this study from 1927) seems...
I know there is essentially not much to worry about when going fat free, but as an experiment I tried to go as fat free as possible (couldn't do this without protein powders unfortunately but I wanted to see how I would feel) I would also have 1 oz of liver a day (my body never rejected it, I...
The study cited is:
Zeitschr. Krebsforsh. 28(1), 1-14, 1927 "Lipoids and carcinoma growth,". Bernstein, S. and Elias, H.
Does anyone know where to find it?
Edit: Found it http://journals.ohiolink.edu/ejc/articl ... icle=1_luc