Very good points. Except, I don't think that was the case with cigarettes. I think it was ADVERTISING telling people they were OK. And then people were like, OK. I think if you asked Aunt May or Uncle Billy they would say yeah you get to coughing and lungs kinda get run down.
But in the way he applied it for diet advice, I think it was brilliant.
What happened was the health costs got too high and governments 'turned' on cigarette makers. I am hoping, hoping something similar happens with diet advice. The costs of the grain at the bottom just get too high and government revamps it no matter how powerful grain and food companies are.