Another controversial dietary issue.
I wish the medical fraternity would put this to rest, not from pharmaceutical manufacturer agenda driven information, but from independent, scientifically researched evidence.
A meta-analysis of properly performed previous studies on heart health and saturated fats concluded “there is no significant evidence for concluding that dietary saturated fat is associated with an increased risk of coronary heart disease or cardiovascular disease”.
The saturated fat-high cholesterol myth over the last few decades has resulted in many Americans eating and drinking more low and no fat foods and beverages. Yet, heart disease rates have continued to rise along with obesity.
Dr. William Davis asserts in his article “A Headline You Will Never See: 60 Year Old Man Dies of Cholesterol” that cholesterol doesn’t kill “any more than a bad paint job on your car could cause a fatal car accident.”
Dr. Davis explains the cause of most heart attacks and coronary problems is atherosclerotic plaque from inflammation and calcium deposits, which can build up and rupture…
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