The Cholesterol Myth

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The Cholesterol Myth
by Dr. Eric Berg, DC

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For almost a century, we were made to believe that cholesterol is the main culprit of heart attacks. Now that research and science have advanced, the claim has now gone down into a myth. The 1950 study on the correlation between fat consumption and heart attack is nothing more than just a mere manipulation of data. Countries with high-fat consumption but low heart attack rates and low-fat consumption but high heart attack rates were left out. Thus, how can that show the real relationship between fat and heart attacks?

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