In this episode of RHR, I talk with Marit Zinöcker about new research regarding the homeoviscous adaptation to dietary lipids (HADL) model or hypothesis, and one that challenges the diet-heart hypothesis.
The conventional medical community has long promoted the myth of “heart-healthy” oils. Find out why these vegetable oils are dangerous for your cardiovascular system, and learn which fats you should choose instead.
A new study was published in The Lancet that claimed that both very-low- and very-high-carb diets shorten our lifespan. Predictably, the mainstream media jumped on this finding without doing a shred of due diligence.
Saunas have long been a relaxing and therapeutic practice. Read on to learn about the many health benefits of regular sauna use, both in healthy people and in patients with a variety of health conditions.
A recent AHA presidential advisory recommends yet again that we reduce our saturated fat intake to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Coconut oil was added to the “avoid” list. But is it really unhealthy?
A recent article correctly suggests that diet and lifestyle changes are more effective in preventing and treating heart disease. Read on to discover why the American approach to heart disease has failed.
The message that “cholesterol is bad” is out of date and doesn’t match the most recent scientific evidence. Today I discuss the six underlying causes of high cholesterol and how to address them.
Fish oil might not be the cure-all it’s often advertised to be, and in some cases, it may even cause problems.
Intermittent fasting is a powerful tool for preventing and reversing disease. Learn how this dietary approach could help you optimize your health.