“A highly qualified doctor and scientist analyzes the studies used to justify the cholesterol hypothesis and demonstrates that the idea that animal fats and cholesterol cause heart disease is based on flimsy, even fraudulent evidence and wishful thinking. [This book] includes a discussion on the dangers of vegetable oils and cholesterol-lowering drugs.”
“Since 1990, Uffe Ravnskov MD PhD has published over 100 scientific papers critical of the cholesterol campaign, proposing new hypotheses and also contending that ‘the successful dissemination of the diet-heart idea is due to authors systematically ignoring or misquoting (contradictory) studies.’”
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