Good to see that another scientific "consensus" that had more to do with the loudest voices taking over a debate, and not the evidence, finally starting to crumble.
I'm sure there is much work to be done before a properly understood and nuanced view of diet and health takes its place.
Via the Food & Health Skeptic
And if you haven't already done so, I'd highly recommend this piece from The New York Times: Diet and Fat: A Severe Case of Mistaken Consensus
This gives you a good explanation of why you don't need foul conspiracy for bad ideas to prosper and take over scientific discourse, becoming an orthodoxy that must be protected from heresy.
And while it does not mention climate change, I defy anyone to read it and not be struck by the disturbing similarities between the two issues, especially in how the 'fat is bad' meme became taken up by the political and bureaucratic elites as an item of faith and those who dared to criticise it were denounced as the stooges of industry in terms that effectively painted them as morally deficient sinners.