Cholesterol Myth: What Really Causes Heart Disease?
This may be from the CBN network which I subscribe to for its’ Health updates. This Video from Dr. Stephen Sinatra is very good on Cholesterol, Statin drugs, inflammation, diet, Sugar, HFCS, and, of course, Coconut Oil. It goes for 11:57 Min. If you are concerned with heart disease, or if you are on the Statin drugs, this video should be watched. Joan
In the fight for better health, Americans view cholesterol as Public Enemy No. 1. Doctors tell us to stay away from food high in saturated fat, like butter, eggs and meat because it’s responsible for heart disease.
But what if that’s wrong?
Dr. Stephen Sinatra, a cardiologist who’s been practicing for over 30 years and the author of The Great Cholesterol Myth, thinks it’s wrong.
This is from the Food Channel on Trans Fats or hydrogenated oils
The Food Channel The dangers of trans fats
Still hidden in many processed foods
Years ago, the health dangers of trans fats were all over the news.
Packaged food manufacturers started labeling their products as “trans fat free” and restaurants put up signs saying that the no longer used trans fats. Many consumers got the impression that trans fats were no longer a concern.
The reality? Trans fats are found in many processed and restaurant foods. Labels can legally say “trans fat free” when a serving contains up to .5 grams of trans fat. So where are they hidden and what is the effect of trans fats in our diet?
If your food label says hydrogenated oils – it means the same thing as trans fat.
If you think you can replace hydrogenated oils with canola oil read this article
Exactly, What is Canola Oil?