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WHAT EFFECT DOES A HIGH FAT DIET HAVE ON OUR BLOOD
Forget the Fat for just a moment: TMAO's 2017 New Study Dr. Stanley Haze
so what does this mean? well maybe meat and such may not be a great idea for those of us with existing CAD?
This page contains raw research data for the pro's and con's surrounding CAD
They sold me on a plant based diet for the last 4 years now, apparently it did not worsen but did not reverse either
I want to see what this new HF diet does to the blood before going full force!
(dont what to wind up in a casket with the best lipid numbers)
(for sure there are other factors at play!)
ANYONE HAVING HISTOLOGICAL VISUALS OF A PERSON ON A HFLC PLEASE ADVISE (NO CHOLESTEROL TESTS PLEASE)
RELATED fibrin, thrombosis,blood clots
One thing for sure! unless science is lying to us a high fat diet make can make blood rather thick and sluggish to say the least, still trying to figure how that can be good for "anyone" especially for those of us who already have Coronary Artery Disease ? Anyone having vital information/research on this very important subject please share! thanks, dR
Related Anti Fat Articles- hey, please dont-shoot the messenger! this is raw research and opposing views are welcome!
1. Jury still out 2. makes me wonder 3. even more article 4. fatty meal insulin article 5. oil and walnuts 6.olive oil
7. coconut oil8. high fat meal endotoxins 8. Metabolic Endotoxemia Initiates Obesity and Insulin Resistance ?
The videos below and ones like it always get me thinking ! I sincerely for one do not like to compromise my hemodynamics ! more info needed, if anyone has contradictory info please let me know.
The debate continues
ONLY SOLID, EVIDENCE BASED SCIENCE CAN SOLVE THIS ENDLESS DEBATE AND SAVE LIVES
SO MANY MORE VIDEOS IN AND AROUND THIS SUBJECT
FOR NOW I GUESS WE ALL AWAIT PATIENTLY !
ANBODY WHO KNOWS WHY THE FMD TEST IS INACCURATE IN DR GREGER'S VIDEO PLEASE LET ME KNOW: Right: Endothelial dysfunction is reflected by an impaired FMD response after eating fat. In human vasculature, FMD is most often studied in the forearm and coronary circulation. Principally, a vasodilatory stimulus is applied to the downstream vascular bed eliciting a flow -dependent dilation of the upstream conduit vessel