Find out more about Cholesterol Clarity by Jimmy Moore, Eric C. Westman at Simon & Schuster. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more. Are you confused by what your cholesterol levels really say about your health? Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet by Jimmy Moore Hardcover $ Eric C. Westman, MD, MHS is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke Health Enterprise. Editorial Reviews. Review. "I call Jimmy Moore 'A Great Connector.' He is one of those people That's precisely what Cholesterol Clarity is designed to do.
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Cholesterol Clarity Sample - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. DFDFDFDF. Cholesterol Clarity by Jimmy Moore, The Cholesterol Myths by Uffe. Ravnskov M D, PhD, The Statin Damage Crisis by Duane Graveline MD,. Lipitor Thief of. actually referenced in a couple things already, your book called Cholesterol. Clarity: What the HDL Is Wrong with My Numbers. This book is amazing.
Lowering cholesterol by diet is often not effective, but eating diets low in saturated fats and high in fiber and whole grains may be helpful.
He has effectively dealt with obesity himself, and for years his cholesterol numbers have been really bad. He is motivated by his own experience and eager to help other people who are struggling to improve their health. In the Introduction to his book, Moore says: The title of this book is Cholesterol Clarity for a reason: The intention is to make the truth about cholesterol absolutely clear. This book is not for medical geeks. More importantly, I also learned a lot from it.
It is so well written, and it has this ultimate freshness about it. However, I like the way he approaches the subject, and I admire his talent when it comes to explaining complex and highly debated issues. I agree with Jimmy Moore. They may even believe it to be dangerous because it contradicts many of the current recommendations from medical experts and public health authorities.
Jimmy Moore has no formal medical or nutritional health education. He does not refer to many scientific studies in his book. Moore constantly quotes these individuals throughout his book. Some are nutritionists, some are physicians, and some are neither. Obviously, Moore has handpicked a team of specialists who support his own theories.
I assume doctors Gillinov and Nissen would not have been fit enough for his army. After introducing his army, Moore goes on to describe the important role cholesterol plays in our body and he describes how little effect the cholesterol in our diet seems to have on blood levels of cholesterol.
He discusses the evidence, or rather the lack of evidence linking saturated fat with heart disease. He touches on the evidence behind the lipid hypothesis, the fear of dietary fats, and the rising incidence of obesity and He discusses the evidence, or rather the lack of evidence linking saturated fat with heart disease.
He touches on the evidence behind the lipid hypothesis, the fear of dietary fats, and the rising incidence of obesity and type-2 diabetes, which has occurred despite Americans dutifully cutting their fat intake.
He criticizes the overwhelming emphasis on dietary fat and cholesterol consumption as the true culprits in heart disease. Quite predictably, Moore discusses the role of inflammation in heart disease. Most specialists who doubt that cholesterol plays a direct causative role in atherosclerosis believe that inflammation is a key factor.
Indeed, atherosclerosis and heart disease may be caused by a complex interplay between different components of lipoproteins, including cholesterol, as well as oxidation, inflammation and other known or unknown mechanisms.
Cholesterol and inflammation are not mutually exclusive. Moore recapitulates what major health groups have said about cholesterol through the years.
Moore criticizes the widespread use of cholesterol-lowering drugs statins. He cites Dr. In chapter 5. For example. In other words. E r ic We s t m a n 11 Most of us get our science and health information in bits and pieces. You might not need it and it may actually be harmful to you. Right about now some of you may be thinking. Jimmy Moore. He says that puts me at an increased risk of developing heart disease.
I might not know you. To do that these media outlets need to generate viewers and readers by grabbing your attention. How can the average Joe or Jane parse the good from the bad. This makes trying to stay healthy both challenging and frustrating.
I will delve into some of the downsides of statin. Sometimes I wonder if the chaotic nature of health reporting is a deliberate tactic: Keep people utterly confused and they will simply give up trying to figure it out and just stick with the conventional wisdom we all believe is true.
So who will tell you the truth? The companies making money off drugs that treat high cholesterol have orchestrated a brilliant propaganda campaign.
The title of this book is Cholesterol Clarity for a reason: The intention is to make the truth about cholesterol absolutely clear. But emerging information tells us otherwise: The very medication that is supposed to enhance and lengthen our lives may be doing just the opposite. In addition to examining the current recommendations for cholesterol levels and why they may not be valid.
They are making a fortune on statins to the tune of tens of billions of dollars annually. The information in this book could very well be shocking and controversial. This book is not for medical geeks.
For now. There are. Many people taking statins are fifty years old or older. Start by Cutting through the Misinformation If you like straight talk that cuts through the muckity muck. I tapped into my Rolodex of health experts and conducted brand-new interviews with the leading voices in the fields of health and nutrition.
I have had the best teachers in the world of health for nearly a decade. Until then.
I expect you to question my authority to share information with you about your health. His great experience and expertise ensure that the science of cholesterol provided in this book is both insightful and up-to-date. Eric Westman. Excellent question! Since I am merely an educated and empowered layperson with no formal training in medicine.
But what I do have are lots of trusted advisers who know the answers to the most pressing questions about health. But that assumption would be wrong. In fact. And in that role of student. I have no doubt that this book will be controversial.
When you have finished this book. It challenges conventional wisdom about how we eat and live—rules that we have grown up with and followed for most of our lives. But this bears repeating: While the subject may be complicated. Cholesterol Clarity Sample Uploaded by edyyanto. Flag for inappropriate content.
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This is always an eye-opening experience for me, but not for the reasons you might think. It challenges conventional wisdom about how we eat and liverules that we have grown up with and followed for most of our lives.