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Heart Surgeon Makes Shocking Confession On The Real Cause Of Heart Disease

Heart Surgeon Makes Shocking Confession On The Real Cause Of Heart Disease
I stumbled upon an article yesterday that I want to share with everyone. It was written by Dr. Dwight Lundell, a heart surgeon with 25 years of experience performing over 5,000 open-heart surgeries. What he revealed is sure to generate negative feedback to say the least from the mainstream medical community. But I’ve got to commend the man for speaking out on what he believes to be a major mistake. What mistake is that? Think about it, what has the public been advised to do to offset the risk of heart disease? Everything has been focused on reducing fat in the diet, especially “bad” saturated fat, along with consuming more whole grains and “healthy” carbohydrates. Dietary fat has been tagged as the evil culprit behind the ills of high cholesterol and arteriosclerosis. Chances are if you’ve been identified to be at risk for or having heart disease, the recommendation has been to follow a low-fat diet, eat more whole grains, and take cholesterol lowering medications. Read what Dr.

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