Thats right the space above is still blank because their is none. A client asked earlier how I could dismiss the work of the Dr's he pulled out as evidence. Aside from critiquing their papers and articles to find them to be biased junk, backing up your argument using a Dr's opinion is a logical fallacy, and is called the 'argument from authority'. It's invalid because he may (and judging by his experience, most likely is) a highly intelligent, experienced man. Yet he makes ridiculous claims, if you want to actually back up your argument, a proper double-blind peer reviewed study would be a lot better to refer to rather than I saw, therefore I think.
His experience is not valid because there are too many mitigating factors that can skew perception. He has a lot of experience, but it is not scientifically valid because it is not properly controlled. He is not conducting a carefully monitored study of clients and and is not sifting through data and controlling for possible mitigating factors.
It's not a peer reviewed study exploring human nutrition, it's someone trying to make money and that should make us all very skeptical. So their is still no evidence that animal fat kills.