Cite references in an on line discussion? I thought I was the only one who did that.I'd like Matt-C to post links to these videos he references. I'd like to see the links to where the "thousands agree with me". I'd like to see links to back up all his assertions.
I was going to Reply with Quote and interject on all the facts he lists, asking for references. I decided I'd spent enough time reading it the first few times.
Just yesterday someone on another hiking group asked for recipes that were low in cholesterol (among other things like catbs and gluren). I asked why cholesterol, as research now shows that dietary cholesterol is not associated with heart disease as once thought. Some else went into a tizzy, saying I was all wrong and cholesterol was evil. So I posted links to three long review articles written by researchers at the Cleveland Clinic, Harvard, and the NIH. She said these were just studies funded by the egg industry and countered with a YouTube video by some doctor. I gave up.
Dogs are excellent judges of character, this fact goes a long way toward explaining why some people don't like being around them.