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Heart of the Matter Documentary

10 days ago   |   By Mercola

Contrary to the saturated fat/cholesterol theory, the most significant risk factors for cardiovascular disease are actually insulin resistance, Type 2 diabetes and the chronic inflammation associated with these conditions. The damage to interior layers of arteries that invites cholesterol-rich plaque buildup can also be induced by elevated blood sugar , smoking, stress and high blood pressure.
A two-part documentary called "Heart of the Matter," which ran on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation show ABC Catalyst in 2014, does an excellent job of exposing the cholesterol/saturated fat...
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Type 2 diabetes: Weight regain reduces cardiovascular benefits

11 days ago   |   By Medical News Today

New research on type 2 diabetes shows that regaining weight reverses much of the cardiovascular risk reduction that initial weight loss affords.
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