Heart attack risk in 'healthy spreads'Submitted by Bob-45 on Thu, 02/07/2013 - 20:18
[No, we are not talking about "Breitbart disease"]
07 February 2013
HEART ATTACK RISK IN 'HEALTHY SPREADS'
Supports Chapter Five - Fats: from tonic to toxic
I have been extolling the virtues of butter over margarines made with linoleic acid-rich vegetable oils ever since 1971. Now, the medical fraternity is finally getting the message - and, more importantly, publishing it!
This week, not only the BMJ but many UK Newspapers have published articles which vindicate my stance. But, as you will read, there are some who really don't want to know.
Swapping butter for margarine and vegetable oils could trigger a heart attack, scientists have warned.
Decades of dietary advice has been turned on its head after experts uncovered startling new evidence about the dangers of eating “healthy” spreads.
A study revealed an ingredient in vegetable fats triggers inflammation – which plays a major role in chronic illnesses from heart disease and cancer to arthritis and Alzheimer’s.