Cardiovascular surgeon, Dr. Dwight Lundell’s book reveals why inflammation causes heart disease and how the cholesterol lies and myths began forty years ago.
Dr. Dwight Lundell Cardiovascular And Thoracic Surgeon – 25 Years Pioneer – "Off Pump" Heart Surgery Beating Heart Hall of Fame Phoenix List Top 10 Doctors – Ten Years Performed Over 5,000 Heart Surgeries
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Dr. Dwight Lundell says, "In my career as a cardiac surgeon, I’ve performed over 5,000 heart surgeries. Most of these could have been easily prevented had the patients been given the right information."
You have the power, and if you will take control now, your life changes from this moment on. I want you to forget everything you have heard, read or been told about low-fat diets, saturated fats, cholesterol and the causes of heart disease.
This is the truth: It doesn’t matter if you’re looking to prevent heart disease, whether there’s a history in your family, or if you’ve been diagnosed and warned of the imminent dangers you face – heart disease has a cure. Heart disease does not have to be a death sentence. You can beat it without harmful medications and painful, risky surgery.
I’m 63 years old, a heart patient with kidney failure 4 times, five by-passes, heart attack, two pace makers, was on two insulin shots a day, cholesterol medication. I never smoked, drank alcohol, nor drank coffee in all these years and I’ve been real sick for ten years. I met Dr. Lundell and finally his words and presentation sunk into my head that I had to make dietary lifestyle changes. I made this decision, began taking massive doses of fish oil, CLA and other supplements Dr. Lundell recommends and 7 days later when I tested my blood sugar, it came down from the normal of 250-300 down to 100. I took myself off insulin and a month later, the VA officially took me off.
Back in the late 40’s, scientists and researchers assembled in Framingham, NY to study the cause of, and hopefully find a cure for heart disease.
This group, known as the "The Framingham Study" made some headway into discovering some things that contribute to heart disease. Then, in 1961, they stumbled upon cholesterol and with incomplete "faulty" research, lacking in scientific fact, became so convinced they found the answer, other research was disregarded and tunnel vision set in.
Unfortunately, this "tunnel vision" blinded researchers and regulators from the truth that was right…