Not too much flavor in these, but they were fun to try. I think Americans are still not quite ready for it, but it's mind over matter.
Cholesterol is necessary for: This quasi-intellectual message from the academic biddy was a misleading attempt to associate cholesterol with basic functions of life, including healthy cells, delicate sensations, and happy sexuality. The implication was that cholesterol in the diet from eggs is essential for this cholesterol in the body that did so many wonderful things.
It was not explained that the body synthesizes its needed cholesterol from many food sources, including saturated fatty acids, and, in fact, requires no dietary cholesterol per se. At any rate, such impressive ads for the purported health benefits of eggs attracted the attention of the American Heart Association, which complained to the Federal Trade Commission FTCwhich, in turn, set its staff promptly to investigate the claims.
The American Egg Board, a quasi-public body with authority to levy taxes on egg producers to pay for ads and to lobby for the egg industry, cast about for expert consultants to testify about the importance of eggs in nutrition.
At the same time, the FTC asked several U. I was invited to be lead-off witness to develop evidence on the broad relationships among diet, blood cholesterol, and human health, as well as to address the validity of the claims in the American Egg Board ads.
Kummerow from the U. I consented to be an FTC witness for what I perceived as a public duty. I was also affronted by the carefully misleading egg messages. The day after I had accepted the charge, I received a phone call from Mr. Blackburn, that you are a hostile witness in this case and therefore I have issued a subpoena which you will receive from the Federal Court in St.
You will be ordered to produce for us all your correspondence from the last 10 years. If his plan was to annoy me, the Egg Board lawyer succeeded.
The idea of that rude rascal sorting through 10 years of my personal and professional correspondence was one I was not prepared to accept. I promptly called Tom Keller, a neighbor friend and my personal lawyer from a prestigious firm in the Twin Cities.
He made exactly the reassuring sounds I needed to hear: He explained that, as witness for the government, I would have to make a deposition and be cross-examined by the Egg Board lawyers. But he assured me that we could immediately issue a request of the Federal Court in St. We agreed that my deposition should be limited to my opinions, edits, and commentaries over the years on the dietary policy statements of the American Heart Association on whose nutrition committee I then served.
The idea of yielding any correspondence, or even deposing and testifying about any scientific issue before this unpleasant chap from the Egg Board remained a bothersome canker.
The word spread like wildfire among my colleagues about the treatment I had received from the Egg lawyer. He had used similar but less aggressive approaches on Jeremiah Stamler and Bill Connor and others who had agreed to be witnesses for the government case against the Egg Board and its advertising firm.
Dick Ross, president of the American Heart Association, called me as soon as he heard the news and suggested that I engage a lawyer for myself and that the association would pay my legal expenses.
After discussion, we decided that it might be best if my testimony were given as an individual investigator and not as a member of the American Heart Association Committee on Nutrition and that I accept no financial support from the association.
This left me a free, if highly exposed, independent agent and expert. In time, arrangements were made for my deposition at our laboratory in Minneapolis. My lawyer, Tom Keller, was at my side and the Egg Board sent a different, younger lawyer up from Chicago along with a court reporter.
We proceeded with a deposition taking several hours. In it, I learned a great deal more, I suspect, than did the Egg Board. I had been coached to limit my deposition to well-documented evidence, and I played dumb on areas of controversy or undocumented issues.
I made notes of questions they asked and of every opinion that the substitute lawyer, not particularly well informed, expressed. From the questions posed, I learned what might be used in my cross-examination at the Washington, DC hearing, as well as something about the level of knowledge and preparation in their case.
From Keller I picked up a few techniques I might employ to parry aggressive thrusts. And I learned the incidental information that the original lawyer who had threatened me so bluntly over the telephone was not only the chief attorney for the Egg Board but was himself a member of the Egg Board and, moreover, operated a chicken ranch in the Midwest.
Talk about conflict of interest! From this experience, I prepared my comments and attempted to gird myself emotionally for the formal hearings to come.
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