March 11, 2008
Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, and Heart Disease --not connected
This is a video of a presentation to British Medical Association last November. The presenter is a physician, Dr. Malcolm Kendrick. He presents data about saturated fat, blood cholesterol, and heart disease and makes a very credible and compelling argument that eating saturated fat does not cause heart disease and that high blood cholesterol does not predict heart disease.There are 5 parts to Dr. Kendrick's presentation. If the embedded video doesn't work, here's the YouTube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPPYaVcXo1I
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Kendrick has a great book, too, called The Great Cholesterol Con. It is easy for non-medical people to understand, yet it has a thorough description of the relevant biochemistry. The only criticism I have of the book is that it has several typos throughout, as if a computerized spell-checker program had the final oversight rather than a human (i.e., stains instead of statins, etc.). Some readers might not appreciate Kendrick's humor, either (though I wsn't bothered by it). Otherwise, typos and humor aside, it is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to know more about cardiovascular heart disease and how the conventional medical community missed the boat.
Thanks! I just received my copy in the mail. I do think that "stains" is an amusing typo in a book that is somewhat negative about statins!
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