I like Jeff, but he just gives a very political answer and never does answer her question.
I purchased Jeff's DVD and the information is terrific. Saves me a lot of time in the kitchen and the food is healthy. It's an excellent video, even a bit comical at times.
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I have been bothered some time about the difference of opinion between a couple of these doctors. I have the greatest regard and respect for Dr Esselstyne and Dr. McDougall but I find their dramatically different stance on oil perplexing! Dr Esselstyne points out that Dr Vogel demonstrated with the Brachiel artery test that a single fatty (oily) meal prevented that artery to return to nomal size for six hours! Dr Ess asserts that one meal can damage the endothelium. Damaged endothelium promote atheroslerosis. Dr Ess also cites studies of casualties during the Korean and Vietnam wars upon autopsies revealed more than 70% had evidence of arterial disease, and these among average age of 22 years in these men. The doctor also cites the Paday (spelling?) study which autopsies indicated that the evidence of arterial disease was ubiquitous among these 16-35 year old victims. So Dr Ess says "NO OIL". Never. but Dr McDougall permits oil and seemingly in generous amounts. I trust Dr McDougall implicitly but this dichotomy troubles me. Would anyone care to set my mind at ease?
PS: Jeff Novac: If you should happen to read this, please stop that incessant swaying from sise to side during you presentations. I enjoy your presentations but my Dramamine bill is getting out of hand!
Both Drs. Esselstyn & McDougall discourage oil and never use it in recipes. You can read about Dr. McDougall's position on oils at: http://www.drmcdougall.com/med_hot_vegetableoils.html
and tips from Mary McDougall about cooking w/out oils here:
There's a lot more on Dr. McDougall's site about avoiding all oils, just like Dr. Esselstyn (who has said he was originally inspired in a large part by Dr. McDougall's work).
Just watched this DVD. Hugely helpful to me. I do not want to eat a lot of processed food and cannot afford the packaged vegan foods offered at the health food store. I now have a good set of go-to dishes to help me out that are economical, easy to make and healthy.
I enjoyed the humor and enthusiam of this video as well. I am a fan!
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