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  • Cholesterol levels and saturated fat are NOT correlated with coronary heart disease, Dr. Kendrick

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    Wednesday, February 01, 2012 2:20 pm Email this article
    Saturated fat intake is NOT correlated with cholesterol levels or coronary heart disease, and cholesterol levels are NOT correlated with coronary heart disease notes Dr. Malcolm Kendrick in this 4.5 minute video clip from the upcoming documentary "$29 Billion Reasons To Lie About Cholesterol".

    $29 Billion Introduction from 29billion on Vimeo.

    Saturated Fat Intake

    Saturated Fat Intake: France vs Lithuania: 15.4% vs 7.7% of calories

    2.5 minutes into the video clip, Malcolm Kendrick, MD, author of The Great Cholesterol Con: The Truth About What Really Causes Heart Disease and How to Avoid It , notes that saturated fat intake is:

    Cholesterol Levels

    Cholesterol Levels, France vs Lithuania: 228 vs 232 mg/dl (the same)

    However, their cholesterol levels are almost the same

    Rate of Heart Disease

    Rate of Heart Disease, France vs Lithuania: 24 vs 200 per 100,000 per year

    Dr. Kendrick notes that even though cholesterol levels are similar in France and Lithuania, the rate of heart disease in men under the age of 65 is 8-times greater in Lithuania than France (24 versus 200 per 100,000 per year in men under the age of 65).

    The rate of heart disease in men under the age of 65 is


    Conclusion: Saturated fat intake and cholesterol levels do NOT correlate with heart disease

    Dr. Kendrick concludes by saying that when you look at the data, the idea that saturated fat raises cholesterol levels, or that cholesterol levels correlate with heart disease does NOT exist.


    Ancel Keys Lied to Us About Saturated Fat and Cholesterol

    Ancel Keys Only Chose Data from Countries that Fit His Hypothesis

    Dr. Kendrick, Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD and others have pointed out that Ancel Keys, the American Scientist who pushed the idea that cholesterol levels correlate with coronary heart disease, and that replacing saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat could lower cholesterol levels and lower the risk of coronary heart disease, selectively chose data from seven (7) countries that fit his hypothesis, and ignored data from countries that did not fit his hypothesis.

    This is how these universally-held false beliefs came to be.


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