Hi Carbs or Hi Fats? Which One Causes Heart Attacks?

Hi Carbs or Hi Fats?  

Which Diet causes is more likely to cause a Heart Attack?

Answer:  Which Carb?; which Fat?  

If hi-carbs are from fresh vegetable juice, and hi-fats are from coconut oil; BOTH are good.  If the hi-carbs are from soda and the hi-fats are from heated vegetable (Omega-6) oils; BOTH are bad.

Why “Plant-based” is misleading:  Exclusively "plant-based" diets are Vegan. What about Pesco-vegetarian? Blurring the line between Fish and Meat, is dangerous. 

According to a large statistically-controlled study of 73,308 Seventh-day Adventist men and women (published in JAMA : Journal of the American Medical Association); the Pesco-Vegetarian (i.e. including Fish) Diet came out on top -- over all other diets, including Vegan.  But both Pesco-Vegetarian and Vegan were much better than diets including eggs, milk, or meats (not fish)

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Melding the Adventist Study, with the Mediterranean Diet, the benefits of which have been well-established in randomized control studies, we’ll build a case for a diet which includes plenty of whole fruit and vegetables (low-temperature cooked or juiced), as well as low-mercury fish, and healthy fats like coconut oil:  i.e. both good carbs and good fats – personalized to your unique constitution (including the use of Ayurvedic principles), and other circumstances.  And we’ll point a dagger at the biggest culprit: refined/processed carbs (especially sugar).
It’ll be a scientific exploration – hopefully dispelling the fog caused by emotional advocates of many popular diets.  We’ll connect the dots between Cholesterol and Heart Disease.  There is Good Cholesterol (HDL, large/fluffy LDL) and Bad Cholesterol (small dense LDL).  Good Cholesterol is essential to Good Health!

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Sources & References:

  • JAMA Intern Med. 2013 Jul 8;173(13):1230-8. doi: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2013.6473.
Vegetarian dietary patterns and mortality in Adventist Health Study 2.
Orlich MJ, Singh PN, Sabaté J, Jaceldo-Siegl K, Fan J, Knutsen S, Beeson WL, Fraser GE.

  
 
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