Will I be convinced that I should be worried about eating 1 pound of pure pig lard every week, in terms of health risks?
For context, I thought earlier associative literature turned out to be spurious or meaningless. And that eating a bunch of saturated fat isn't actually dangerous, if we assume you don't already have a pre-existing heart condition, and you're not eating cartoonish amounts, and the source isn't low-quality (e.g. eating a lot of fat from bacon could be bad, but more because it's got other things wrong with it and it's not really the fat itself). Market is very subjective and will resolve "Yes" if someone says something that makes me actually worried, and "No" if not. Timeline is the month of May.