Culprit in Heart Disease Goes Beyond Meat’s Fat
Excerpt from the New York Times:
- a study performed by Dr. Stanley Hazen of the Cleveland Clinic accumulated evidence for a new explanation of why red meat may contribute to heart disease
- saturated fat and cholesterol made only a minor contribution to the increased amount of heart disease
- increase in TMAO levels is directly correlated with the increased risk of heart disease
This study performed by Dr. Hazen has been published in Nature Medicine and has persuaded scientists not connected with the study to seriously consider this new theory of why red meat eaten too often might be bad for people.
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