Incredibly, nearly half of all American men have cardiovascular disease - whether they know it or not. And cardiovascular disease is the number one killer by far.
Every 40 seconds somebody in the United States dies of cardiovascular disease.
In this article you’ll learn how scientists are finally cracking the code to the dietary causes of heart disease. And you’ll discover why some of the foods you thought were healthy may be the very worst things you can be eating.
The experts - from your neighborhood nutritionists to the American Heart Association - have been telling you lies about dietary fat for decades.
Only recently have major universities begun to stand up to the lies of industry. In fact, researchers from many prestigious universities - including Harvard as well as one of England’s top university, Cambridge University - teamed up to do an analysis of all the major heart disease studies in recent years.
The results of the analysis left many shocked.
The actually scientific research that has been done over many decades has now been revealed to the public. And those studies show information completely opposite to what we’ve been told.
How could this have happened? Investigators are still trying to find out.
But one thing is now for certain: most of the advice you’ve gotten about dietary fat has been wrong.
As this information gets out, many honest, caring nutritionists and doctors are starting to tell the truth to their patients.
But unfortunately, most still don’t know. And change comes slowly.
The result is that many are still recommending certain foods as heart healthy when nothing could be further from the truth.
That’s because the evidence is now clear that vegetable oils, including soy, canola, corn, and safflower oil, contain dangerous chemicals that are proven to rapidly increase aging and damage the cardiovascular system.
That is particularly true when they are heated.
One of the reasons that fast food is so unhealthy is because all fast food is cooked using dangerous vegetable oils. They use harmful oils and then make them worse by heating with them.
Vegetable oils are high in a type of fat called omega-6. Scientists have proven that omega-6 causes inflammation, which leads to damage to arteries, blood vessels, and the heart.
Heating omega-6 exposes it to dangerous oxidation, which makes matters far worse.
To keep yourself and your heart healthy and safe, you owe it to yourself to steer clear of dangerous vegetable oils. Don’t use them for cooking. And don’t eat fast food or most processed snack foods made with vegetable oils.
Which vegetable oils and their dangerous omega-6s are proven to be harmful, that doesn’t mean you should avoid all dietary fat!
The same research that revealed the dangers of vegetable oils also prove that many natural fats are actually good for you as part of a balanced diet.
Those healthy fats are called omega-9 monounsaturated fats and naturally-occurring saturated fats.
Eating enough of these healthy fats along with plenty of fruits and vegetables and other natural foods is shown to cause optimal health and longevity.
Where can you find these healthy fats? Experts agree your best sources are:
Unlike vegetable oils, these fats are all natural. They aren’t produced by chemical processing like vegetable oils. And they are rich in healthy omega-9 monounsaturated and saturated fats in the right balance.
One very important thing to beware of, however: peanuts and peanut butter are not true nuts, and the fat from peanuts is similar to that of vegetable oil. While not quite as bad for you as eating soy oil, you should not eat peanut butter regularly.
Once you get the hang of making healthy choices, you’ll find that it’s easy. But how do you get started?
First of all, do yourself a favor and click here now to watch a 3 minute video in which Dr. Anthony Capasso shares a secret combination of foods that can protect your health. (Hint: he’ll be telling you about a healthy alternative to peanut butter among many other important details.)
Next, here’s a short list of foods to include on your shopping list from now on: avocados, butter, snack foods made with coconut oil, and macadamia nuts.
Take these simple steps, and your heart will thank you.