Yes, a study from the University of Maryland shows that
eating a healthful diet after age 70 increases your chances of
reaching 80 by 24 percent (Journal of the American Dietetic
Association. February, 2011).
The study followed 2,582 people ages 70 to 79 for 10 years.
They were categorized as 1) those who ate a healthful diet of mostly
fruits, vegetables, fish, poultry, whole grains, and nuts;
2) those who ate high-fat (dairy and meat); and 3) those who ate a
lot of sugar and flour (doughnuts, cakes, cookies, etc.) Meat and
cheese are rich sources of calories, saturated fat and cholesterol
that increase risk for heart attacks and strokes. Sugared drinks
and foods made with sugar or flour raise blood sugar and are also
sources of excess calories that increase risk for diabetes and
heart attacks. Compared to those who ate a healthful diet, the
high-fat eaters were 40 percent more likely to die, and the
high-sugar group was 37 percent more likely to die.
Dr. Gabe Mirkin
Even the famous Framingham study now admits there is no association between dietary fat and heart disease. no benefit from a low fat diet in terms of heart disease or breast cancer.
Does the thought of a steak, bacon and eggs, or real milk make you cringe thinking you’re instantly clogging up your arteries? How many times have you seen physicians and nutritionists write “artery clogging saturated fats”? For the last 40 years the dietary instructions from governments and other authoritative bodies have told us to avoid all animal fats. (more…)
Indian doctors gave T3 to a group of patients with high cholesterol and blood sugar problems. After 60 days, T3 promoted an overall drop of 23% in total cholesterol… and a whopping 42% drop in LDL (bad) cholesterol.
Further evidence that extra calories cause heart attacks comes from the fact that reducing your intake of calories by one third and eating nothing but fatty meats and diary products will cause your blood cholesterol level to go down
The arteries are major blood vessels the heart uses to pump blood from the it to the rest of the body. Over time, arterial walls can become congested with a fatty substance known as plaque. When this happens to a severe point, the arteries may begin to harden and the blood flow can become compromised and ultimately result in a heart attack. Mainstream medicine’s approach for treating plaque is to use drugs or surgery. However, there are natural ways to prevent and remove plaque.
The amount of quality protein in your diet is the single most important calorie that influences your metabolic rate, favorably influencing weight loss. Quality protein also helps you sustain muscle during weight loss, improve muscle fitness, improve immunity, improve antioxidant function, build HDL cholesterol, and enhance insulin and leptin function – all of which contribute toward optimal weight management efforts over time. (more…)