The problem of atrial fibrillation is found to be aggravated by obesity.
Category Archives: Diet-Heart Hypothesis
From a registered clinical trial involving 112 study subjects published in the September 2013 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: Continue reading
Regardless of the validity of the researchers dubious HDL claims, unfortunately for these researchers, cholesterol levels have nothing to do with risk of heart disease. Continue reading
NYTimes writer Timothy Egan spotlights what he doesn’t know about diet and health. The diet-heart hypothesis was debunked long ago. No doubt Egan missed that development because he was working within the NYTimes’ anti-science force field. Continue reading
Atherosclerosis found in mummies though the ancient Egyptians didn’t have Marlboros, Big Macs or Reality TV. Continue reading
The diet-heart hypothesis just won’t die. Continue reading
The diet-heart hypothesis gets another body check. Continue reading