Diet Myths, Low Cholesterol, High Fiber

Low Fat / Low Cholesterol Mythology
Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD calls the new guidelines from National Cholesterol Education Program guidelines for “converting healthy people into patients.”
“There is no evidence that too much animal fat and cholesterol in the diet promotes atherosclerosis or heart attacks. For instance, more than twenty studies have shown that people who have had a heart attack haven't eaten more fat of any kind than other people, and degree of atherosclerosis at autopsy is unrelated with the diet.”
Source: Uffe Ravnskov

“People with high cholesterol live the longest… Consider the finding of Dr. Harlan Krumholz of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Yale University, who reported in 1994 that old people with low cholesterol died twice as often from a heart attack as did old people with a high cholesterol.1”

Many Americans are told to eat a diet low in fat. Eating animal protein, with the fat removed is particularly unhealthy. “It is possible to starve to death eating lean meat. I’m not making this up. The ancient tribes of the West knew this and would not eat female bison in the spring because nursing and pregnant bison cows burned off their fat reserves during the winter months, leaving few calories in their flesh that might help the natives to digest the pure protein of the meat.”

High Fiber Mythology
“Bran fiber became popular after a British missionary surgeon named Dr. Dennis Burkitt announced the results of pioneering studies in the 1970’s noting that rural Africans on high-fiber diets had far less colon cancer than people in the West…. Dr. Burkitt’s basic premise was right, in my opinion, but the American median and health culture took ‘the fiber hypothesis’ in a totally different direction. While the African tribesmen Dr. Burkitt studied rarely ate grains, the idea was promoted in America that eating large amounts of bran fiber from whole-grain wheat would help prevent colon cancer, diverticulosis, hemorrhoid, and colonic polyps…. For thirty years, the grain-fiber hypothesis was considered the gospel truth. However, the truth is that bran fiber actually aggravates many of these conditions…. The over consumption of high-carbohydrate grain-based foods such as bran, fibrous breakfast cereals, whole-wheat bread (non-sprouted or [non-] fermented), and soy, which all contain high amounts of phytates, is a primary cause of intestinal disease and other diseases!”

“[R]ecommended fiber sources, the kind of fiber that promotes colon health… include broccoli, cauliflower, celery, and lettuce as well as soaked or sprouted seeds, nuts, grains and legumes. Berries and other small fruits along with fruits and vegetables with edible skins are also good sources of low-carbohydrate fiber.”
Source: Jordan Rubin: The Maker’s Diet, Page 141

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