Posted by: 4pack | February 9, 2009

“Ideal Health”: Diet Is More Important Than Exercise When It Comes To Heart Health

FOUR PACKS WILL MAINTAIN, AS IT HAS FOR 8 MONTHS, THAT DIET SHOULD BE 80% OF OGGIES “IDEAL SHAPE” REGIMEN WHILE FITNESS & EXERCISE SHOULD ONLY REPRESENT 20%…MEDICAL SCIENCE IS BEARING THIS OUT…

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Diet is the most important determinant of who gets heart disease and who does not.

 

LDL cholesterol levels — usually caused by poor diet — are at the root of the majority of heart disease cases. In fact, even one fatty meal can leave the blood vessels compromised.

 

 

 http://www.examiner.com/x-672-Disease-Prevention-Examiner~y2009m2d9-Diet-trumps-exercise

 

A healthy heart is a product of a healthy lifestyle, and there is no question that diet, exercise, smoking abstinence, and stress management are the key factors. This is the foundation on which Dr. Dean Ornish based his research.

Diet is the most important determinant of who gets heart disease and who does not. As an exercise physiologist, I would like to say that exercise is the most important lifestyle factor in preventing and reversing heart disease; however, it is undeniable that diet is the most important factor because high LDL cholesterol levels — usually caused by poor diet — are at the root of the majority of heart disease cases. In fact, even one fatty meal can leave the blood vessels compromised.

As proven by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn and reported in his book, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, diets that are void of visible and added fat and animal protein, including meats, dairy, eggs, nuts, and avocados, regardless of exercise or stress management habits reverse arterial obstruction.

The more fat you put into your body, the greater is the chance that you will develop arterial plaques that can result in thrombi to cause heart attacks or strokes is negligible.

The animal protein creates an acidic environment and creates havoc in in the body, resulting in inflammation in the blood vessels and in the joints.

Animal protein also destroys nitric oxide, a powerful blood vessel dilator.

A diet that is comprised of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and beans will provide life-supporting nutrients to damaged tissues and will speed their repair.

 

A healthy heart is a product of a healthy lifestyle, and there is no question that diet, exercise, smoking abstinence, and stress management are the key factors. This is the foundation on which Dr. Dean Ornish based his research.

Diet is the most important determinant of who gets heart disease and who does not. As an exercise physiologist, I would like to say that exercise is the most important lifestyle factor in preventing and reversing heart disease; however, it is undeniable that diet is the most important factor because high LDL cholesterol levels — usually caused by poor diet — are at the root of the majority of heart disease cases. In fact, even one fatty meal can leave the blood vessels compromised.

As proven by Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn and reported in his book, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, diets that are void of visible and added fat and animal protein, including meats, dairy, eggs, nuts, and avocados, regardless of exercise or stress management habits reverse arterial obstruction.

The more fat you put into your body, the greater is the chance that you will develop arterial plaques that can result in thrombi to cause heart attacks or strokes is negligible.

The animal protein creates an acidic environment and creates havoc in in the body, resulting in inflammation in the blood vessels and in the joints.

Animal protein also destroys nitric oxide, a powerful blood vessel dilator.

A diet that is comprised of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and beans will provide life-supporting nutrients to damaged tissues and will speed their repair.

 

 

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