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World-Famous Cardiologist Speaks on Real Causes of Cardiovascular Disease



For several years, we thought that the prevention of cardiovascular disease was primarily due to the reduction of cholesterol in the blood...

For several years, we thought that the prevention of cardiovascular disease was primarily due to the reduction of cholesterol in the blood. The treatment was mainly based on the prescription of statins to fight bad cholesterol, but this famous cardiologist comes today to admit that this theory is completely false. He believes that the only way to prevent heart disease is to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Explanations.

With more than 5,000 active open-heart surgeries and 25 years of professional experience, Dr. Dwight Lundell, former Chief of Staff and Chief of Surgery at Banner Heart Hospital, Mesa, Arizona , decided to clear up the causes of heart disease and devote the rest of his life to preventing this leading cause of death in the world.


The reality about the cause of heart disease!

The same doctor claims to have long believed that heart problems were caused by high blood cholesterol levels. He says the common treatment includes statins that reduce cholesterol along with a diet that is severely low in fat, yet this is not only inefficient but also causes a battery of side effects. He added that the treatment of heart disease should change after this discovery.

Indeed, cardiovascular diseases are the result of inflammation of the artery wall. Cholesterol builds up in the walls of the blood vessels due to inflammation, resulting in strokes and heart disease. If inflammation is treated, cholesterol will circulate freely throughout the body.

Inflammation is the defense mechanism of the body against a foreign invader such as viruses, bacteria and toxins. It is therefore clear that chronic exposure to such invaders will result in chronic inflammation.

What is the cause of this chronic inflammation?

Chronic inflammation is most often caused by excessive consumption (several times a day, for many years) of sugar, bad fats and products processed by the agri-food industry.

Excessive consumption of sugar increases blood sugar levels, so the pancreas reacts and secretes insulin. The main role of the latter is to drive the sugar in each cell where it is stored to produce energy. But when the cells are full, and glucose accumulates in the body, the extra sugar molecules attach to various proteins that, in turn, damage the lining of the blood vessels, which stimulates inflammation.

Processed foods are all rich in omega-6 fatty acids, which provide a longer shelf life. These acids are important because they are part of the cell membranes, but they must respect the balance between omega-3 and 6 by making sure to eat more omega 3. In the case of an imbalance, the cell membrane produces chemicals called cytokines that directly cause inflammation.

In addition, our modern high-fat diet causes weight gain, which creates overcrowded fat cells that release large amounts of pro-inflammatory chemicals.

Saving the body of chronic inflammation significantly reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease!

Simply put, the only way to prevent cardiovascular disease is to avoid exposing the body to food attacks that can cause chronic inflammation of the bloodstream. With 180 000 deaths per year in France, cardiovascular diseases deserve to be taken seriously, and this is only possible by adopting a natural lifestyle such as:

Consume more natural products, more protein, complex carbohydrates and more fruits and vegetables.
  • Replace omega-6 fats such as corn oil and soybean oil with olive oil.
  • Eat nutrient-rich foods while promoting fresh produce.
  • Eat like our ancestors by eliminating processed foods.

In addition to food, experts recommend:
  • Avoid active and passive smoking.
  • Physical exercise, sedentary lifestyle leading to overweight.

By recognizing the role of inflammation in the development of heart disease, scientists are laying the groundwork for new strategies for prevention and health promotion. In fact, after leaving surgery, Dr. Dwight Lundell founded the Healthy Humans Foundation, which is currently promoting human health by helping large companies promote wellness.