This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series International Symposium on Saturated Fats Are national nutrition recommendations that urge Americans to limit saturated fat based on bad science? Yes, says Richard Feinman, SUNY Downstate professor and chairman of the Metabolism Society. Listen to Richard Feinman (15 minutes)
One of the world’s leading experts on cholesterol particles is Ron Krauss. In this extended interview, he explains why he believes the very smallest LDL cholesterol particles are the most dangerous ones, and why it’s important to measure them. Listen to Interview with Ron Krauss (28 Minutes) We’ve known for a long time that cholesterol…
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Coronary Calcium Scan – high-level test for heart disease risk
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Ron Rosedale is a medical doctor who is one of the world’s leading experts in using nutritional approaches to prevent, and often reverse, chronic health problems such as diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
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Pilar and Dequan share the “Last Suppers” they enjoy, of foods they suspect they’ll be giving up for at least a while, as they head into healthier eating.