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Inflammation, cholesterol, or both I wrote an article on may blog a few weeks ago in response to Dr. Because my blog adress URL has changed I wanted to provide you all with the correct link to the article. It was ideopathic - they didn't know why it was happening to me. So they "guessed" that it was a virus that attacked my heart. I was told I would need a heart transplant. But, fortunately, it seems, my heart was dying faster than they could move forward with the transplant.
So, they instead implanted an LVAD left ventricular assist device. The LVAD bought me time, allowing me to research the root cause of my problem and to see answers. I took a three pronged approach. First was to natually get my hormone levels in balance, the second was a wide range of nutrients and the third was changing to a nutrient-dense diet.
In spite of odd of 99 to 1 against me, my heart did heal and the LVAD was removed. I have written about my journey and the details of what I read and did to get well in "One Percent: Stress, as well as diet, is a major contributor to heart disease. Now I just have to get my family to swallow this!
I weighed lbs, 6'3" and had developed insulin dependent diabetes. Last fall I was prescribed an antibiotic that damaged my pancreas and my sugars went into the troposphere. After months of eating according to the Diabetic Association guidelines things weren't getting much better and I was tired of the needles. Friends of mine had been going through a dramatic change as they had changed how they ate: I looked into it and decided to try it.
One of our friends had been a vegetarian for 9-years and her health and weight weren't great either. Now almost 8 months later I have lost lbs, so has the ex-Vegetarian. I'm off all of my meds with the ecstatic endorsement of my endocrinologist.
My blood tests have been the best they've been This is all empirical evidence My father-in-law has had several heart-attacks and survived cancer twice My mother-in-law is the least receptive We have even had family express their concern that we're going to be killing ourselves eating this way So it's a hard sell that's for certain!
I do know that it works for me and my wife, and our friends. I agree with Dr. Dwight's conclusions, but I would have liked him to link to studies for further reference, especially as I point friends and family to this type of food philosophy. I do not believe ANYthing I read on the internet these days; ya just can't.
I wanna see the research. What about damage to Endothelia cells? I think it is important to note here that the consumption of animal products causes significant damage to the protective lining endothelia.
Damaged endothelia plays a very active role in causing arterial inflammation. While the above article is very true, recommending animals products as a safe alternative is dangerous and irresponsible. Instead of grass fed beef butter, try a soy free, dairy free, butter such as earth balance. Cows milk is nutritious for baby cows, just like human milk is nutritious for baby humans.
Drinking the milk, or consuming the dead flesh of another species is extremely dangerous and is not recommended. Here's my logic - etc "Cows milk is nutritious for baby cows, just like human milk is nutritious for baby humans. Here's what I know: Refined food is not as good for me as unrefined food. Food I grow in my own organic garden is better for me than food from most other food sources. Whole wheat is very good for me - ground into flour, sprouted, cooked whole or cracked.
Fresh fruit is better for me than canned, frozen or processed fruit. Unpasteurized honey is extremely good for me. Fresh vegetables are better for me than canned, frozen or processed vegetables. Raw or lightly cooked is best for flavor - except potatoes which just don't taste right when crunchy. Beef, pork, chicken, venison, elk, horse, rabbit, goose, turkey, duck, goat, etc are all good for me, but not in large quantities. Salt is good for me, but only in small quantities.
Restaurant food and prepackaged meals tend to be severely over salted. Pickle juice a tablspoon under the tongue and then swallowed will immediately get rid of a charlie horse. Dark pop coke, dr pepper, pepsi - not root beer in a person's body prevents calcium absorption, eventually causing bone weaknesses. Ingesting aspartame gives me an instant headache. I never eat artificially sweetened foods or drinks. All alcoholic beverages are bad for me.
Either because they contain too much alcohol or because they are an entry fee to dangerous environments and lifestyles - I have enough to work on in my life without adding alcohol Smoking is not for me. I carefully protect my lungs using dust masks, etc in hazardous environments. I wear hearing protection in very noisy environments.
NHL hockey games and driving my big rig, etc A small amount of daily excercise is good as long as it is very strenuous heavy weight lifting, chinups, pushups, digging in the garden, concrete finishing, etc - basically anything that I can't do for very long at a time before becoming winded Resting one day a week is good for me.
Speaking, aloud or silently several times every day to my maker God is very good for me. Pondering my location and my part in the universe daily is very good for me. Hiking is good for me, but not to excess.
Sufficient sleep for my particular body is very good for me. A few drops of oregano oil in the throat will quickly rid me of a sore throat. Sage and honey tea is good to wash it down with. Serving others is very good for me. Drinking tap water is good for me and feels better than drinking filtered or bottled water.
I use large and small amounts of butter, olive oil and coconut oil - depending on how my body feels at the time. Food fanatacizm is not for me.
I could perhaps say more, but I need a little balance in my life so it's time to get up and leave the computer. Hope my comments helped at least one of you out there in cyberspace. How do you know these things are really good for you? It seems to me that you are entirely unaware of all the toxins you are eating with such a diet nor aware of what the body really needs to function properly.
Many advocates and promoters of the good high fat diet say that this diet is meant to stop heart disease? But according to this article it says that people on natural wild diets still got heart disease's People tend to think of heart disease as a scourge of modern life, brought on by vices such as greasy fast food, smoking and the tendency to be a couch potato. But 21st century CT scans of antique mummies gathered from three continents show that hardened arteries have probably plagued mankind for thousands of years — even in places like the Aleutian Islands, where hunter-gatherers subsisted on a heart-healthy marine diet and occasional snacks of berries.
Fully a third of the mummies examined — who lived in the American Southwest and Alaska as well as Egypt and Peru as much as 5, years ago — appeared to have the same vascular blockages that cause heart attacks and strokes in Americans today Now this conflicting information comes out Some thoughts on the subject be great.
I don't know I recently reached 39 years of age. Seven weeks ago I embarked on a goal to get back under lbs. This is what I did; I changed my diet drastically. I used to eat breakfast tacos every morning. French fries and sliced jalapenos are my Kryptonite. I have eaten an apple almost every day for well over 30 years but that was about as healthy as I ate most of the time.
Sure, I'd enjoy a green or fruit salad here and there but they were not the "meat and potatoes" so to speak. I stopped drinking sodas years ago save for maybe once a month or so I enjoy a cold Coca-Cola.
I count calories and read all the nutrition facts and ingredients on all foods. Now for breakfast I eat a calorie or less low fat biscuit of egg white and turkey sausage and a banana. Lunch is a Healthy Choice or equivalent type of meal with sun brewed green tea. It is usually about calories.
All are low in sat. Cholesterol levels are low. For dinner I eat about one half of what I did before this is the hardest part. So far I have shed 19 lbs in just seven weeks and I feel good. I allow myself a 'cheat day' on Fridays. I enjoy a tasty breakfast as a treat to a weeks worth of work.. Now as far as all that the Dr. A lot of the big people I see in my office building are eating burgers, tacos, and soda after soda. I really want to believe all Dr.
I mean, doctors for years have told us that sugar is good, then bad, then good etc. Same thing for eggs, milk, beef, soybean and the list is nearly endless. I tend to not believe what cannot be scientifically or mathematically proven. This article was a most entertaining read but it does not jive with my experience over the last seven weeks and I shall talk it over with my Dr.
I write this in all respect and are merely reflections on my hands on experiences. Replies and input are gracefully respected. All these things can be and are mostly scientifically proven. Just not accepted by mainstream people. And this is where the disinformation comes from. Pharmaceutical companies and food companies do everything they can to keep the billions coming. Cholesterol is a vital constituent of the body. Your own body produces roughly 3 times more cholesterol that you intake so eating less of it will only result in your body producing more.
And by doing so, you deprive yourself from good fats such as saturated fat which is a major constituent of cell membrane and important fatty acids like omega-3 which is vital for the brain and must be taken in a proper ratio with omega-6 which vegetable oils do not offer.
Not to mention other important nutrients that can only be obtained from aminal fat. That is simply the result evolution.
So all the "good things" you can get from them will be useless as the negative effects outweigh by far the benefits. The best way to loose weight is to cut carbs and upper fat intake. When one follows a ketogenic diet, one is in a "fat burning mode" as opposed to a "carb burning mode" so it is very easy from there to lose weight and most likely happens by itself. I know many people who are following this diet carefully and they all have lost weight and overcame a myriad of health problems.
I'd say that your whole diet needs to be evaluated. You should read the following: Lutz - Detoxify or Die by Dr. Sherry Roger You could also search on the cassiopaea. You will find months worth of reading. Research, facts, articles, books, experiences, testimonies etc. I'm sure this will help if you are open to it. I think you are on the right track. Always question, always experiment but NEVER drastically and always slowly unless you know something that other's don't , always do your reasearch It is obviously of value to note how MUCH our responses are conditioned by programming of what ever type as well as our emotional responses to things.
I found this particular doctor's approach he makes himself his own guineapig , very interesting. For the bulk of my lifetime I tried to follow "scientific" advice regarding eating.
When I went low carb in the late nineties, fat people eating potato chips told me I was going to kill myself. Despite the fact that her figure looked like an inverted light bulb, she sat there in front of her low fat cake, whole wheat hamburger buns, and Olestra potato chips remember THAT diuretic?
Now when I tell people I am slow to accept what scientists tell me and that I'd like to wait a bit to see what changes, or try things out and see for myself, I still hear people tell me, but it is scientifically proven that Apparently early 21st century science is way, way WAY better than late 20th century science. Recently full sit ups have come into vogue because they accomplish more than crunches. Well, bless my soul. As a teen I was told that full sit ups resulted in over-developed hip flexors, as though that would land me in a wheel chair.
Now fitness 'experts' are touting full sit-ups like they just invented them. And this enthusiastic news was reported less than two months ago. I actually stopped doing full sit ups for a decade because of poor, but very popular, science. That is hardly important, but I have watched my mom struggle to eat right in the face decades of this bad science. She will die sooner than she should because she, like all of us, were flat out lied to for 40 years.
To the dude with 6-vessel disease! Your 6-vessel coronary artery disease is not from your diet but from familial hypercholesterolemia or some other kind of inborn error of fat metabolism. You need to find a good GP, albeit difficult to do to get that investigated or else your diseased arteries will return, gasp even if you follow a vegan diet!
Perhaps Dr Lundell went to medical school a little to long ago, but the pathophysiology of atheroma formation has been well elucidated and it does begin with LDL-cholesterol. It is true, there is inflammation in the arteries but this all begins with LDL cholesterol being taken up by macropahges, thus becoming foam cells, which is the initial step in atheroma formation.
Foam cells are directly toxic to the endothelial lining of arteries and propagates inflammatory changes that set the stage for plaque formation. What propagates this formation is other types of pro-inflammatory events i. Where is Dr Lundell's scientific evidence regarding what causes this inflammation he speaks of? I suppose just staring at thousands of diseased arteries is enough to come to a conclusion that cholesterol is not the enemy. The fact of the matter is that people who eat well, exercise and are accountable for what they put in their mouths are not the people who end up on Dr Lundell's table.
It could also ring true that evil grocery store foods are being laced with tiny brains chips developed by the government to convince us that fat is bad and we should eat all these sugary, fat-free foods. I guess then its not our fault that we're fat and unhealthy because we were lied to by the evil powers above for 40 years! Fat may not be "bad for you" in its purest sense, but if you just ate avocado and almonds all day long you'd be pretty chunky.
Similarly, I'm pretty sure putting copious amounts of butter on your fresh corn may lead to adverse health effects, if done regularly. But wait, you're eating corn.. The only inflammatory anything related to food is in the case of Celiac disease, where people, with an inherited auto-immune predisposition, develop an immune response to gliadin, the protein in wheat.
And i'm sure, if you delved a little deeper into that persons family history- you'd find other family members with hypothyroidism, type 1 diabetes and pernicious anemia. Similarly, lactose intolerance is not a dairy is evil inflammation-inducing disease. It is caused by the absence of lactase, an enzyme required to break down lactose. Try eating lean meats, fruits and veggies, complex carbs, low-fat dairy products and the occasional sweet roll Hence the above article.
So appealing to authority in this case, in order to denigrate his, actually backfires against you. Hi Niall, good to finally hear from someone! As stated above, I did not deny that there was inflammation in blood vessels. In fact, inflammatory mediators are a well known factor in the propagation of atheroma formation as supported by all those links to scientific articles you sent me, cheers!
What I was arguing, is how Dr Lundell has come to conclude that Cholesterol is not the enemy by just staring at thousands of diseased vessels while performing bypass surgeries. He has no scientific fact as to as to what really is the enemy, just his theory that its not cholesterol. The articles you sent me: Link 1 argues inflammation is key to the propagation of atheroma which I did not deny.
It also shows studies that demonstrate a decreased level of inflammatory markers in patients taking statins which decrease lipid levels- thats fat. Link 2 describes the pathophysiology of atheroma formation which is well described. It also describes combatting classic risk factors i. It also shows how lipid fat lowering therapy contributes to decreased inflammatory markers and has been shown to stabilize plaques and decreasing the risk of plaque rupture Link 3- is not a scientific article but one doctors opinion.
But, granted he's smart- also argues for the inflammation hypothesis, which I didn't deny and says that the new research doesn't detract from well known risk factors: Link 4 also argues in favour of the inflammation argument and reviews multiple articles supporting stress as a proponent of atherosclerotic lipid profile. Not really related to either of our arguments at all.
But still- related to shifting lipid profiles. Sorry your Sott article doesn't trump essentially every scientific journal and textbook known to man and lastly Im not surprised actually that Michael improved not cured , as if his body makes inappropriate immune responses to his joints, it most probably also makes inappropriate immune responses to gluten.
PS- how do we know it was non-celiac gluten sensitivity, no blood tests there. Are olive oil and organic butter the only healthier alternatives? I use coconut oil in some cooking, and was wondering if that was considered as bad as soybean oil?
Or is it better? I use coconut oil for cooking. There's a bunch of articles about coconut oil on SOTT, just use the "search" box at the top of the page and they'll come up. Yep, coconut oil esp. Dr Dwight Lundell and Zoe Harcombe, are these really the only two people who will speak out against what is truly happening with all the wrong dietary advice being given out.
Will no other doctors finally see reason and admit that what they have been taught and told to tell us all is actually killing us slowly. If governments won't back down until they are informed by doctors that the advice they have been spouting for the last couple of decades is WRONG, the doctors HAVE to speak out now.
Getting it all together I wholeheartedly agree with those of you who are saying it's up to each of us to put this to the test ourselves. Taking personal responsibility is really the beginning and the end of it all.
In my early 20's I went vegetarian, partly because the low fat theory came out in force when I was in medical school. I thought I was doing the right things with my diet but really had to rethink that in my 50's as various things started appearing blephyritis, rosacea, cancer and bad blood lipids so a few years ago I followed people like Dwight and got my blood fats back to normal. Body fat was still a struggle though until this year, If you're interested, you can hear my journey and the doctors and others that I have learned from here: Does Heart Disease exist?
Our medical system makes very poor distinctions between disease and unhealthiness. So called 'heart disease' is a progressively worsening healthiness of the circulatory system. The way to 'cure' heart disease is to measure and to improve circulatory system healthiness. Unfortunately, most of the suggestions, even important suggestions like dietary changes in these comments - are presented from a medical, not a health viewpoint.
If we are to 'cure heart disease', we need to measure circulatory system unhealthiness, find the cause of individual instances of circulatory system unhealthiness - there are many possible causes - and address the cause in individual situations. Unfortunately for our medical system a it can be a lot of work. It should come as logical that whatever we eat and drink is what our cells are made of and that synthetic "foods" are going to alter our cell formation.
The lesser understood thing is that our thoughts and perceptions affect our own body chemistry and that the cells have to adapt to that also. It is this combination plus our environment that causes us so much ill health.
Thank you doctor for your valuable input. You are what you eat, drink and think! Cellular Nutrition I believe in supplements. I don't believe there is a one factor cureall to most diseases but I do have a point that may offer a new twist to this discussion While I agree that our environment and diet does greatly affect our bodies, sometimes its not necessarily what we're putting into our bodies, it's what we're not putting in them and I'm not talking about your typical supplements.
I'm talking about the Hygiene Theory and using microorganisms from our environment of which we evolved with over a very long period of time to help our immune systems get back on track. Our cleanly habits may have put a stop to deadly diseases but they also got rid of the good guys. If you haven't noticed, our clean society is riddle with a population of autoimmune diseases, allergies and other inflammatory messes.
All of which didn't exist before the age of hygiene, why is that? Sounds like there's a link to me Some great new research is being done based on this highly supported theory. One such set of research specializes in Helminthic Therapy the use of "parasitic" worms to regulate allergies and autoimmune diseases. I use parasitic in quotations as I believe with time we will come to know them as "mutualistc" worms.
We evolved with these little worms from the beginning of humanity just as we have with our gut bacteria. More basic info on the microbiome below Since the immune system is the culprit to causing inflammation, why not use natural tools to help regulate it?? Check these links out to learn more. I think you'll find that this is an elegant field of research that is just blossoming and full of possibilities. I hope you even consider Helminths for yourselves.
Get back in our guts! Diet is only part of the equation I agree with doctor Lundell. I was diagnosed with heart disease at the age of 17, while big part of my diet was based on processed fast foods, during this time. When I changed my eating habits, slowly but surely my condition gradually improved.
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