5 edition of cholesterol myths found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -289) and index.
|Statement||Uffe Ravnskov ; foreword by Michael Gurr.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||00107620|
The Great Cholesterol Myth: Why Lowering Your Cholesterol Won't Prevent Heart Disease-and the Statin-Free Plan That Will: Authors: Jonny Bowden, Stephen Sinatra: Publisher: Fair Winds Press, ISBN: , Length: pages: Subjects. The cholesterol myth fits the pattern of so many items in my blog: it sounds good, it superficially makes sense, and there is a biologically plausible explanation, but when put to the (scientific) test, it fails. This book covers blood levels of cholesterol, cholesterol in the diet, and drugs to lower cholesterol, and while not everything we.
The movie "Cholesterol: The Great Bluff" claims that we have been lied to: cholesterol doesn't cause heart disease and statins are harmful. It is biased and misleading. The people interviewed in the movie are denialists who don't accept the clear evidence for the role of blood cholesterol levels and the benefits of statins. Also, that cholesterol level is not appreciably influenced by diet. That was not enough for me; I wanted the documentation, so I started a correspondence with him. One consequence was that, several years ago, he e-mailed me a copy of the English version of his book The Cholesterol Myths which had been published in Swedish and Finnish.5/5(5).
The basic cholesterol myths are the pervasive beliefs that cholesterol causes heart disease and predict heart attacks. In fact, "Cholesterol is . MYTH: Cholesterol & saturated fat clog arteries. TRUTH: There is very little cholesterol or satu-rated fat in the arterial plaque or clogs. Most of the material is a calcium deposit akin to lime and most of the fatty acids are unsaturated. MYTH: Eating saturated fat and cholesterol-rich foods will cause cholesterol levels to rise and make.
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Their book, The Great Cholesterol Myth contains an argument that pumps feverishly through the arteries of this book: The real causes of heart disease include four key factors, namely - inflammation, oxidation, sugar, and stress.
The authors contend the real tragedy is the fixation with cholesterol which has produced an industry that boasts over Reviews: K. What makes this book compelling is Ravnskov's careful avoidance of accusations and ad-hominem attacks, and his heavy reliance on facts.
Quoting one clinical study after another, he quietly demolishes the myth that cholesterol is s: The Great Cholesterol Myth, by Jonny Bowden and Stephen Sinatra, exposes the great lie that cholesterol is bad.
Before reading this book, I did not know much about cholesterol, other than the fact that it was supposedly harmful, and that you had to go on a specific diet to keep your cholesterol /5. The modern cholesterol-lowering drugs, the statins, do prevent cardiovascular disease, but the effect is minuscule and is due to other mechanisms than cholesterol-lowering.
Unfortunately, they also stimulate cancer, disturb the functions of the muscles, the heart and the brain and pregnant women taking statins may give birth to children with.
Myth: I can’t do anything to change my cholesterol levels. Fact: You can do many things to improve your cholesterol levels and keep them in a healthy range. Get tested every 4 to 6 years (unless told otherwise by your doctor). Learn more about cholesterol screenings.; Make healthy food choices.
Limit foods high in saturated fats. The Great Cholesterol Myth Recipes for Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease Book Summary: Get proven, evidence-based strategies from the experts with The Great Cholesterol Myth Plus Recipes.
Heart disease is the #1 killer. However, traditional heart disease protocols--with their emphasis on lowering cholesterol--have it all wrong.
Myth: Statins will solve the problem. Truth: For some people, including those with heart disease, cholesterol-lowering drugs are an important part of treatment. But some people could skip statins — and their side effects — and achieve the same results with lifestyle changes.
In a study published in BMJ, Harvard health care policy expert John Abramson, M.D., found that people with. The Cholesterol Myth There are many points raised in the books above which are imperative to understand, I’ve written some important take-home messages.
But please, read for yourself as I cannot do the above books justice in a few bullet points. The Myths About Cholesterol. According to the book, there have been several widespread misconceptions about cholesterol consumption. It is said to increase atherosclerosis, which can lead to an increased likelihood of coronary heart disease.
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You can learn more about this topic in the book but for now, below are 8 myths of cholesterol from our well-respected friend, Jonny Bowden, also known as the rogue nutritionist. Myth 1 – High cholesterol is the cause of heart disease. Fact – Cholesterol is a fairy insignificant player in heart disease.
“The Great Cholesterol Myth is a remarkable book that will revolutionize the way in which heart disease is prevented, detected, and treated in this country.” - Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D., C.N.S., best-selling author of The Fat Flush Plan.
People with high cholesterol have been statistically shown to live longer and healthier than people with low cholesterol in several studies.
There are multiple references for this phenomenon in Shane Ellison's controversial book, The Hidden Truth about Cholesterol Lowering Drugs, Dr. Uffe Ravnskov's (MD, PhD) book entitled The Cholesterol Myths. This book explains in very easy to understand language that common myths about fat and cholesterol include that: High fat foods cause heart disease.
- High cholesterol levels cause heart disease. - High-fat foods (especially those high in saturated fats) raise blood cholesterol.
- Cholesterol clogs your arteries and so do saturated fats/5. The Cholesterol Myths is a thoroughly researched and referenced book on how cholesterol isn’t the monster most nutritional researchers seem to think it is. I was lucky enough to get a copy when it was first published and have read my a couple of times.
This book covers blood levels of cholesterol, cholesterol in the diet, and drugs to lower cholesterol, and while not everything we hear is a myth, most of it is. The authors make the following claims, and support them with good references to key articles.
The Cholesterol Myths Exposing the Fallacy that Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease by Dr. Ravnskov. The cholesterol myths book: benefits, is to help you lose your fear of the vital nutrients saturated fat, and does this with evidence, which tells you that the businesses within our ‘Health Care System,’ are not telling you or your doctors, the truth about.
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,Available for free as an ebookfrom Smashwords A simplified and updated version of The Cholesterol ble also as an e-book About all the tricks used by the drug industry to keep the cholesterol hypothesis aliveAvailable also in a kindle version En Read more ›. One scientist, Uffe Ravenskov, published a book called The Cholesterol Myths (New Trends Publishing, ) (figure 1) the purpose of which was to expose the fallacy surrounding the cholesterol theory of cardiovascular disease.
Each of the books chapters centres around a single myth relating to cholesterol, with nine myths in total. The "Great Cholesterol Myth" has been the foundation of the boneheaded dietary advice you and I have been saddled with for the past 30 years, "official" dietary advice that has directly contributed to the greatest epidemic of obesity, diabetes and heart disease in history.Answer: I wrote about the cholesterol “skeptics” in my book Carbophobia (now available free, full text online).
I think the issue was best summarized in a medical journal editorial entitled Cholesterol Myth Club on Par with Flat Earth Society that read: “as mixed up as Flat Earth Society members obviously are, at least you can laugh their dumb idea off, and if you want to believe the.The Cholesterol Myths Exposing the Fallacy that Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease by Dr.
Ravnskov. The cholesterol myths book: benefits, is to help you lose your fear of the vital nutrients saturated fat, and cholesterol. It does this with evidence, which tells you that the businesses within our ‘Health Care System,’ are not.