Linda Carney, MD
Animal-Based Diet Turns Our Blood Fatty
"Animal-Based Diet Turns Our Blood Fatty" - DrCarney.com - What happens to our blood following a high-fat meal that includes animal products? You'll be surprised to see how thick and greasy our blood plasma turns. Those that consume an animal-based diet keep their blood thick and fatty throughout the day, day after day. Dr. Michael Klaper demonstrates how just a single high-fat meal can dramatically effect the composition of our blood.
Effect of a single high-fat meal on endothelial function in healthy subjects - PubMed
"Effect of a single high-fat meal on endothelial function in healthy subjects." - PubMed - "A single high-fat meal impairs endothelial function." (For many hours following a high-fat meal.)
Smart Nutrition, Superior Health.
Notice how the rate of heart disease and cancer (red) are the greatest in the countries that consume the fewest whole plant foods. Heart disease and cancer rates rise and fall in direct proportion to the percent of whole plant foods consumed in the diet of that population. As the percentage of whole plant foods increases (green) the incidence of heart disease and cancer decreases (red). However, when plant food consumption is minimal, rate of disease is significantly higher.
More Cardiologists Recommending Plant-Based Diet
"More Cardiologists Recommending Plant-Based Diet" - DrCarney.com - Linda Carney MD - Dr. Kim A. Williams, a cardiologist at Rush University in Chicago (and the next president of the American College of Cardiology), has embraced a whole-food, plant-based diet and now recommends it to his patients.
Deciding Which Direction is Best
"Deciding Which Direction is Best" - DrCarney.com - Have you ever wondered why one day we hear that eggs are bad for us and the next day they are supposedly good for us? Who are we to believe? How do we sift through the "evidence?" Find out how food industries manipulate studies so that the results are in their favor!