Forbidden Food SLASHES Stroke Risk
These days, following health advice is like trying to hit a moving target.
What’s good for you one day is on the naughty list the next.
If you’re confused, I don’t blame you.
Case in point: There’s one tasty food you’ve been told to avoid because of its supposed ties to heart disease.
But it turns out that this “forbidden food” could prevent you from EVER having a life-threatening stroke.
In just the past few months, studies have come out vindicating some health foods that have gotten a bad rap for decades.
Full-fat milk? Turns out it DOESN’T increase your risk of heart disease. Instead, the most recent study found that consuming whole fat dairy can actually lower your risk of dying from cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Eggs? Yes, they contain cholesterol, but recent studies have shown that people who eat eggs every day have a lowerrisk of heart disease and stroke compared to non-egg-eaters.
Now, new research has set the record straight on yet another favorite “forbidden” food:
For years we’ve been told to cut back on cheese because it contains saturated fat.
Newsflash… Saturated fat is not bad for you! Studies have confirmed that there is no association between eating saturated fat and developing coronary heart disease, dying from coronary heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, or all-cause mortality.
And now cheese is finally being vindicated.
In a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers studied nearly 3,000 people over 65 years old for 22 years.
This study showed that the saturated fat found in cheese has NO EFFECT on developing heart problems later in life.
In fact, it turns out that those with the HIGHEST amount of saturated fat in their blood had a 42% lower risk of dying from a stroke.
Another study published just last year found that people who ate the most cheese had a 14% lower risk of developing heart disease.
Fortunately, it seems that none of the negative press about cheese has curtailed people’s love – or consumption – of it. Statistics show that cheese consumption has TRIPLED in the past 50 years.
But now, at least you can eat all the cheese you want without the guilt.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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