Brother Of Jerry
Date: October 15, 2019 06:16PM
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As luck would have it, nytimes today had an interesting article on the problems of food research. For one thing, the term "linked" indicates a correlation, and as you've probably heard many times, correlation is not causation. Either could be caused by the other, or both could be caused by some unknown third factor, or it could be just a statistical outlier and there was no real correlation.
Often the correlation is so small that it takes very little change in the data to invalidate or even reverse the correlation. The foods that are bad for you one year and ok the next and bad again the year after generally fall into this category.
Here's the full article:https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/14/upshot/diet-soda-health-myths.html
Mold on cheese won't hurt you. You can cut it off or just eat it. How do you think the cheese got to be cheese in the first place? Throwing out the whole block of cheese is just absurd.
Wine, cheese, bread and yogurt are all "spoiled". They're the foods that make life worth living, fear cryin' out loud. Except yogurt. That's gross. :)