According to Sally Fallon’s book Nourshing Traditions, “blaming coronary heart disease on cholesterol is like blaming police for murder and theft in a high crime area.” Fallon explains that “High serum cholesterol levels often indicate that the body needs cholesterol to protect itself from high levels of altered, free-radical-containing fats [vegetable oils and hydrogenated fats].” Fallon supports this thesis with a wide array of research studies, including the Framingham Heart Study. The director of this study concluded, “the more saturated fat one ate, the more cholesterol one ate, the more calories one ate, the lower the person’s serum cholesterol.”
Richard C. Young is the editor of Young's World Money Forecast, and a contributing editor to both Richardcyoung.com and Youngresearch.com.
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