Skip to comments.Doctor Claims Everything You've Heard About Cholesterol and Heart Disease is Wrong
Posted on 03/08/2012 7:35:50 PM PST by sheikdetailfeather
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I did that, in a 200 degree oven on a rack for 30 minutes after leaving the deep fry. Still got the congealed Crisco puddles. Lard would do something similar. Oils are still useful. Olive would work in principle according to smoke point tables, but my heavens the expense.
Again, I would want to see if the actual factor is a placebo, that of attention to the diet. The more you know about your food, the more you will respect your food and not overdo it.
I like to cut on ceramic plates (Corning Corelle). All plates go through the dishwasher and nothing sits out to be nosed into by curious cats etc.
Bacon and red wine, and, not necessarily in that order.
from the movie FatHead, this segment is called Big Fat Lies on Youtube.
That is total nonsense!
Humans have been here for about 5800 years, more or less, and have used grains to make bread for most if not all of them.
The differences are 1- bleached flour rather than whole grain, and 2- eating far more bread per meal than originally.
As for oils, olive, flax, and sesame were the rule for all but the last 80-100 years. (except for tropical areas where coconut and copra oils are used)
I have Lyme Disease. The doctor told me that the inflammation from the disease could hurt my heart. He said inflammation was number one indicator for heart disease.
He order a test for inflammation in the body. It’s a blood test. I had a high level of inflammation, so I started on
ZYFLAMEND— a herbal softgel to promote a healthy inflammation response in the body.
6 monthe later, I was retested with the blood test, and inflammation was at low level.
The people that over do it are not the ones that end up type II diabetics. It is slightly more common in vegetarians than normal eaters, and particularly uncommon in heavy meat eaters. Cutting out sugar and starches will help but won’t do the trick alone; you have to eliminate all polyunsaturates and man made fats.
here’s one link - and there are more on the side bar - and many articles on line.
a lot of people don’t buy coconut oil due to the cost. I look at it a down payment on good health - saving a lot of money on doctors fown the line.
I also just like the taste and the way it cooks - very high burn point - so perfect for stir fry, eggs etc
Fish oil, people! Fish oil!
One of the best anti-inflammatorys there is!
As much as possible, lay off the corn oils and most other vegetable oils. They are pro-inflammatory, and ARE NOT the types of oils your body is designed to eat.
Nut oils, walnut oils, that kind being an exception.
Is this actually a sly sidle-in endorsement of the ketone producing Adkins diet?
Ouch. I'll bet you have to re-sharpen your cutting utensils a lot. I can't imagine doing that to my poor innocent Wusthof cutlery. I have to re-sharpen the steak knives far more often than the rest....they being the only ones "cutting on" ceramic. All my cutting boards are wood.
No, its a rejection of destructive fats.
Its all ablut the fats and what they do to your cell membranes, not what kind of diet you’re on. The diff between vegies and meaties is that the vegies consume far more starch, and thus have a higher static glucose level to deal with. It wouldn’t matter if the glucose could enter the cells to be metabolized, but it cannot due to the unnatural fats that make up the cell membranes.
To put it simply, if you used all saturated natural fats it wouldn’t matter what your preferences between meat and vegetables was. Most weight gain is directly caused by the high glucose. The fibro myalgia would cease too, since it is mostly due to the low blood oxygen levels that result from the anaerobic metabolism caused by high blood glucose.
I have one of those yo-yo shaped knife sharpeners. It works OK. I like stainless steel which does not come to as good an edge but, being harder, keeps what edge it does have longer.
An old beat up plastic plate also works for me, is easier on the knives, and can go through the dishwasher.
>> “Nut oils, walnut oils, that kind being an exception.” <<
Which fits the “if it tastes good, it is good” mantra.
The Japanese use a fair amount of soy and yet do not seen to suffer from it.
Maybe God is telling me I’m unique because I find corn oil to be yummy.
Not sure if you are agreeing with me or not!
scuse me, I just bought some Black Cherry Chocolate Chunk ice cream... - be right back!
Actually they use very little soy that isn’t fermented.
And no matter how yummy you may think corn oil is, it puts railcoats on every one of your cells.
“Euell Gibbons died of a ruptured Aorta, caused by a congenital defect, Marfans syndrome. Your point is?”
Number one: That’s speculation. In reality, depending on where you look you will indeed find his death listed as “due to natural causes”.
Number two: Who really gives a flying fig anyway?
Number three: (In response to your question) See my tag line.
Number four: learn to chuckle once in a while.
Number five: Have a nice day.
I am a vegan now and I cut out meat and dairy products, so I should stick with using olive oil and avoid vegetable oils? What else has polyunsaturates, processed foods? Is this what he is telling us to avoid? This is where this is getting confusing for me.
Just about every processed or packaged food is loaded with them.
Make your sauces yourself from scratch with olive or almond oil, and don’t keep them for later if they have set out in sunlight for very long.
Mm-mm. Hankering for some big ears of supersweet corn with Fleischmann’s margarine on them right now.
Knew that Fleischmann’s would chase you off like a crucifix a vampire....
Butter will do in a pinch. But I love that supersweet corn. And love to follow it up with a dessert of cornmeal cake.
Nothing wrong with a little buttered corn bread.
“Peer reviewed” = Your fellow academic grant junkie read your report and concluded that it wouldn’t threaten the gravy train of taxpayer funded research grants. You can keep making the lease payment on your Mercedes Benz E350.
It’s worth noting that Dr. Newport gives her personal contact information in the article.
There are some books on Amazon. I can’t comment from personal knowledge.
Excellent article. Thanks!
Hey great idea. I really like that one and since I have to go to WalMart tomorrow I will look for those bottles. Thanks.
I usually cut on corelle plates too. Works great and cleans up easy.