I work with another cardiologist, Dr. Baxter Montgomery. He has a diet plan that also cuts out oils. Generally when patients follow all of the other guidelines of the diet but keep using oil, they still may have problems with cholesterol, etc. When they cut out the oils, their condition gets better. He has had amazing results with his approach, which is similar to Esselstyn's but has more specific classification levels depending on the patient's condition. This page has a video of a patient who had dramatic results: http://www.drbaxtermontgomery.com/diet-heart-disease/
I think that if a specific diet plan gets results consistently, it's at least worth trying. So many people just argue with these approaches, while others follow them and get the results.
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