Well, I guess it's going to become officially OK (as if I could care less) for me to fry my egg yolks in salted butter and add a little extra salt at serving time. And to skip any sugar in my tea. At the risk of glucose deficiency I suppose but, what the hell, live dangerously...
Malcolm Kendrick and Steve Cooksey have two nice accounts (amongst many) out there so there's not much for me to add. It just reminds me of listening to the news as the Berlin Wall came down, even if it's not headlining at the BBC yet. Amazing. Happy.
You still have to feel sorry for the people so badly injured by the consequences of the lipid hypothesis but at least the possibility of using real food to produce normoglycaemia is no longer specifically decried by official dietary advice. The floodgates are open. The information is out there.
BTW, the Japanese appear to be about to start the destruction of statination too, certainly for the elderly... Thanks to Liz for the full text link.