colour of food is nutritionally significant, and about the utility of lingual and faecal examination.
She is a TV cook, who eats nothing but meat, butter and desserts.
Should we now rest our case !?!!
UPDATE: You know my conscience convicted me re this post and one commenter mentioned the lady above's name. I went digging to see who she is. Well, I realized that this pic was taken of her in the hot, steamy JUNGLE where she absolutely had no access to make-up or taking care of her looks and hair, etc. In contrast the beautiful damsel with the dark hair is perfectly made up and coiffed for TV. It is a teeny bit unfair to compare the two women in this manner but it it still proves a point that fat is good for the skin and complexion.
So this email floating around is actually a little biased. She usually looks quite a lot better, as can be seen in a better pic of her above but definitely not as good as the other 51 year old (FAT rules!). She must have some real enemies out there who hate her. She has, however, bought into the low-fat lie and frankly a goodly amount of fat is good for the skin. Dr. Atkins said that he was always shocked to see folks who had very little fat in their diet would usually have very deep lines from the nose to mouth, as clearly she does.