The Diet–Heart Myth: What Really Causes Heart Disease
The conventional advice to avoid eating fat is, in many cases, wrong. Healthy fats are a much-needed component to a nutrient-dense, whole-foods diet. However, if dietary cholesterol and saturated fat aren’t to blame for heart disease, what is?
The toxins found in the Standard American Diet and our sedentary, often stressful lives have the capacity to damage our heart health and lead to chronic illness. Learn more about what really causes heart disease.
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Why Has the American Approach to Heart Disease Failed?
The Diet-Heart Myth: Cholesterol and Saturated Fat Are Not the Enemy
The Diet-Heart Myth: Why Everyone Should Know Their LDL Particle Number
What Causes Elevated LDL Particle Number?
Choline and TMAO: Eggs Still Don’t Cause Heart Disease
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eBook: The Diet–Heart Myth
Articles about Heart Disease
Why You Should Be Wary of Statins
For people currently suffering from heart disease, statins can be life-saving. They are typically found to be effective at reducing heart attacks and death. However, if you don’t have cardiovascular disease and instead are looking for ways to improve your heart health, there is less evidence to show that statins prevent cardiovascular events. And, like many medications, statins have the potential to cause unintended side effects.
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The Truth about Statin Drugs
The Diet–Heart Myth: Statins Don’t Save Lives in People without Heart Disease
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How to Prevent Cardiovascular Disease and Improve Your Heart Health
Preventing cardiovascular disease comes down to one main strategy: live a heart-healthy lifestyle. That means eating a nutrient-dense diet based on whole foods, avoiding processed seed oils and refined grains, sitting less, and getting regular exercise.
For more on preventing heart disease and boosting your heart health, including how to tailor your diet to your needs, check out the resources below.