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Cholesterol and Saturated Fat Prevent Heart Disease - Evidence from 101 Scientific Papers (英语) 平装 – 2012年2月29日

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  • 出版社: Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd (2012年2月29日)
  • 丛书名: Cholesterol
  • 平装: 168页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 1781485089
  • 条形码: 9781781485088
  • 商品尺寸: 12.7 x 1 x 20.3 cm
  • 商品重量: 186 g
  • ASIN: 1781485089
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These 101 scientific papers reveal...cholesterol and saturated fat are in fact essential for a healthy heart...high cholesterol levels help you live longer...high carbohydrate diets promote the factors that cause heart disease...margarine is an industrially produced unhealthy product that should be avoided...the cholesterol/saturated fat causes heart disease hypothesis has never been proved. This book is based on the research of doctors, professors and scientists and includes 101 scientific papers which are explained in an easy to read user friendly format. This information will enable readers to make informed choices about the prevention of heart disease.

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平均3.0 星 Okay for reference to actual research 2016年3月17日
评论者 K. R. Phillips - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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This small book provides brief paragraphs on the results of some 101 studies. If one is interested in actual statistical results, this book provides minimal information. For example, neither statistical nor clinical significance is presented. And if statistical results are given these are not absolute, but relative and include few baseline figures. If one is interested in Numbers Needed to Treat or Absolute benefit, this book offers little help. Also, I am now somewhat skeptical of some of the single sentence conclusions this author draws. This is because, I reviewed some the actual papers cited and felt that this author overstates the papers conclusions. The actual papers contained several caveats and conclusions that the author does not mention.

However, I find the book useful because it actually cites the research studies. As a quick reference this is very useful. This allows someone interested in obtaining more information the opportunity to go to the source - for that the book is worthwhile to me.
平均5.0 星 We've been conned as to the real causes go heart disease! 2014年8月30日
评论者 Pearltrader - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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This is the most recent of dozens of books I've read about heart disease recently, It provides a comprehensive look at the medical literature that takes issue with everything we have come to believe is true in terms of being the causes of heart disease. Read it for yourself. It is time well spent. Some big money is being made on prescriptions for statins that are actually detrimental to health, so it benefits big pharma if we stay ignorant. Decide for yourself.
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平均5.0 星 Easy to understand, packed full of amazing information! 2012年11月4日
评论者 Lisa Nicole Lawrence - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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When I first saw this book I assumed I would not be able to understand "scientific papers" as I have no scientific knowledge (aside from gr. 12 biology, 25 yrs ago), but the studies were explained so well and strung together so well, they were easy and enjoyable to read.

I was blown away by the evidence contrary to the typical eat-low-fat-for-your-heart medical advice, I especially enjoyed Chapter 5, "Comments by Eminent Professors and Doctors" (leading experts on the subject of cardiovascular disease), the glossary, and Appendix 3 which provided quick summaries of one or two lines of each of the studies.

After my father who was slender and had low cholesterol, died of a heart attack, my vegetarian/whole foods mom got a brain aneurysm and my young, fit husband developed a heart condition, I began a research quest and started to question all I knew for certain about diet and health. This led to my adoption of a low carbohydrate, real food lifestyle which has greatly improved my health. Reading this book provided me with the evidence behind my intuitive and physical experience of ridding myself of the fear of eating natural fat. I will be passing it out to each of my friends who asks me why I am not afraid of clogging my arteries. It was reassuring and it is a great accessible resource. (I will be buying a few more copies to give to my doctors as well).

Lisa
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平均5.0 星 Easy Read for the Lay Person! 2015年7月16日
评论者 Elizabeth B. - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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This book is just the information/ammo I needed to show people the TRUTH about cholesterol and fats. There are 108 scientific papers that are cited in this ebook but it just gives you the summary of what the long-winded research was about. Then it gives you the 'take-away' from that research. Easy to read and to explain to others. Thank you for writing this book!
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平均5.0 星 Ue this in my Nutrition Practice 2014年4月4日
评论者 K. curtis - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I'm a Board Certified Nutritional Consultant and one of the biggest pieces of misinformation is how "low" your cholesterol needs to be. This is a great book for debunking the myth.