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From: Bob Waite (68.82.132.63)
Subject:         saturated Fat
Date: May 11, 2013 at 1:20 pm PST

I've seen in media lately a study that claims there may not really be that strong a relationship between saturated fat and heart disease as once thought, but their comparisons are not with a diet that has less than 10% fat, but instead with a diet that substitutes other fats for saturated fats. I can't understand why they simply do not get it. I had a heart attack in 2008 and now I am completely healthy and practically medication free because of dietary changes. I only take 81 mg aspirin and a very low dose of statin medication, which I probably do not need. When I got out of the hospital I was on at least 6 medications and they were all very strong. I would say that if the media would show studies that involved actually cases, the evidence would be overwhelming. A very low vegetarian diet prevents and reverses hearth disease.

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