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Does Dietary Cholesterol Affect Serum Cholesterol?

By June 6, 2016 Cholesterol, Diet No Comments

One of the biggest concerns or “scares” of a low carb, high fat diet is the fear of heart disease from an increased intake of saturated fat and cholesterol.  The low fat dogma of 70’s and 80’s is embedded deep, even into the text books of doctors and nutritionists who are advising people about weight loss, diabetes and heart disease, telling them to reduce fat and eat more “whole grains”.  Of course this couldn’t be further from the truth since the real culprits for these diseases, and their recent increase, are sugar and the modern, super engineered dwarf wheat.


The above video is a brief overview of the effects of dietary cholesterol on serum cholesterol levels, referencing the book, “The Cure for Heart Disease” by Dr. Dwight Lundell and Todd R. Nordstrom.  If you appreciate this video please use this link to purchase the book: The Cure for Heart Disease

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