This is probably a repost, but seriously, this is an incredible article. More like, the longest most incredible review of Peat-friendly ideas run by doctors for decades in North America.
In Defense of Low Fat: A Call for Some Evolution of Thought (Part 1)
The Pritikin database is out there... Seriously, if you hop on a train or a plane or whatever, leave this article open.
So what's the reason, in 2018, for having more than, huh, 20g of saturated fats, maybe the same amount of MUFAs, and trace PUFAs?
This should be one of the most recommended articles in the field of nutrition.
Another good one is "Cancer as a Metabolic Disease".
I read Minger's one, just a week ago by accidentally googling "carbosis".
This article opened so many new lines of thoughts - especially ouroboric (as above, so below) nature of nutrition. That is - in both extremes (head and tail) - very low carb and very low fat ... are doing some "magic" in the organism!