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Paleo clogs artheries?

Answered on March 28, 2014
Created March 24, 2014 at 12:40 AM

I'm curious about this in general, because this compared Atkins and Vegetarian Grain diet.

http://nutritionfacts.org/video/low-carb-diets-and-coronary-blood-flow/

What do you think about this?

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on March 28, 2014
at 02:24 AM

or at least toliets....

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Wait..... people bias results based upon where their funding comes from? When did this start?

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on March 28, 2014
at 08:48 AM

@VicktorVaughn here is interesting stats that might help you regarding Prevacid (lansoprazole). Latest report from 61425 patients reveals that Prevacid (Lansoprazole) leads to following side effects ACNE (skin problem that causes pimple), rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis etc.

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on March 28, 2014
at 06:14 AM

The Paleo Diet (see Appendix B)

Loren Cordain said that saturated fats are promoters of heart disease. He recommended people to eat meat with mostly protein content. He also said that lot of fatty animal food have chances of increasing LDL which is oxidized and therefore heart disease.

When analyzing frozen remains of ancient Alaskan people they found the saturated fat increases LDL and the Western diet oxidizes it. But there were no signs or any evidences of heart attach or records were found. The researchers believe that without the underlying inflammation and oxidation caused by Western foods, the plaque doesn’t break off to cause heart attacks or strokes. This is yet another reason to eat a Paleolithic diet.

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on March 27, 2014
at 08:01 PM

The Paleolithic Diet CLOGGED Anthony Colpo's micropenis. That is why he is so bitter.

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on March 27, 2014
at 07:43 PM

nutritionfacts.org? Michael Greger, who runs this piece-of-garbage, pseudo-scientific, and biased propaganda site is the Director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture at the Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International. This guy's main goal in life is to get you to stop eating anything that comes from an animal, not because he cares about your health (he doesn't) but because he cares about the animal's health way more than he cares about yours.

In this guy's mind animals are more important than people, so he rather you eat chips and soda (which are both perfectly vegan) than, say, sardines and eggs because sardines had to die and chickens had to be cooped for you to eat those foods.....the propaganda is really obvious, almost insultingly so.

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on March 24, 2014
at 10:04 AM

Actually, if anything veganism clogs arteries. So there. Ththththththpt!

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on March 28, 2014
at 02:24 AM

or at least toliets....

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on March 24, 2014
at 07:14 AM

According to the only actual model of heart disease, atherosclerosis is caused first by excessive damage to the artery (inflammation, high blood pressure, age), then by a run away oxidation process creating oxLDL. If you are one of the hyper responders to sat fats (apob mutants), then your intake of palmtic and mystric acid may contribute. Otherwise the paleo diet will result in a lower inflammation level, higher levels of anti-oxidants due to large amounts of nutrients, and especially if you exercise moderately, a more normal blood pressure.

Nothing can defeat aging though. Sooner or later, we are all going to buy it.

I read a study recently, a very poorly controlled one, that still showed, despite poor controls a higher cancer risk with vegetarianism. Im willing to bet money that a very well controlled one will show increased risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, alzeihmers and parkinsons when compared with healthy meat eaters (exercise, no smoking, no processed meats, no flash frying, fish intake, exercise, some varied fruit and veg)

But no one will do that study, let alone control any of these dietary studies more thoroughly (seriously compared to other science, its a joke). Im sick of reading firm conclusions brought out of nothing, with no real model.

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on March 24, 2014
at 06:40 AM

I tend to believe the exact opposite (I eat a low carbohydrate diet and do electrocardiogram tracking / measurements of my heart valve and cardiovascular metrics every year or so.)

Looking at this briefly, I can google the first study they use in that lame NutritionFacts high-carb diet propaganda video. "Systemic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials of the effects of low carbohydrate diets on cardiovascular risk factors." The closing statement to that article is "LCD was shown to have a favourable effect on body weight and major cardiovascular risk factors." Further in that article it mentions hypertension is a major CVD risk factor and "the decrease in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure in association with LCD are therefore extremely interesting." It goes on to find the decreased triglyceride values interesting despite the higher amount of saturated fat.

http://www.swissmilk.ch/de/services/ernaehrungs-fachleute/beratungsmaterial/low-carb-plus/-dl-/fileadmin/filemount/santos-12-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis-of-clinical-trials-of-the-effects-of-low-carbohydrate-diets-on-cardiovascular-risk-factors.pdf

Googling for a second systematic review, I see "Low carbohydrate diets were not significantly associated with CVD mortality and incidence."

The bad thing is the food tracking and data adjustments are almost always so horrible in these studies that you can just totally botch the results. (Eg. try to find the information for what a single person actually ate in any one of those studies.)

That NutritionFacts article/video tries to compare a low carb diet to a "Plant-based diet"... what the fuck, lol. A low-carb paleo diet is equal to LBs of plants eaten every single day, almost a 3:1-5:1 ratio of plant to animal by weight. If their argument is that a confined-animal-farming-operation diet avoiding plants (without supplemental organ meat) might give you disease, then, I might buy that.

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on March 24, 2014
at 12:45 AM

NutritionFacts.org is a vegan advocacy group, of course they're going to shit on paleo.

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on March 28, 2014
at 02:23 AM

Wait..... people bias results based upon where their funding comes from? When did this start?

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