Clogging our veins, fat or sugar?

The pharmaceutical industry tirelessly over the years to increase the sale of prepared foods and “saturated fat are thrown into the mud”. Margarine and vegetable oils is being removed to the skies; eggs, butter, red meat, “the number one enemy of heart health” are banned. However, lifetime of a subscriber made pills cholesterol, saturated fats, there’s a lot of banned the world’s heart patients.
A new study of the cause of diabetes and heart disease eaten more saturated fat, not sugar that could be revealed. From Ohio University Prof. J. Volek “there’s a common misconception about saturated fats,” he says:
“Research shows that there is a relationship between heart disease and saturated fat in the diet, but still recommends limiting saturated fats the nutrition guides.
It’s not clever, it’s not scientific, but blood saturated fats and research shows that there is a relationship that evaluates the risk of heart disease. It’s not a good thing to have too much saturated fat in the blood.
Question: in membranes of saturated fat in the blood or tissues of people or what’s the reason for more storage?”
All of the metabolic syndrome (at least three risk factors that increase the risk of heart disease or diabetes) with the 16 a study on adults was planned.
All participants for a period of 18 weeks in total, changing every three weeks and a dwindling amount of saturated fats, carbohydrates an increasing amount were given. 47 grams of saturated fat and 346 grams of carbs and 84 grams and it started with a diet of carbs and 32 grams saturated fat ended up with. The series prior to this diet, reduced carbs diet for three weeks each subject of the basic imposed.
Meals every day, 2,500 calories and 130 grams contains protein. The highest level of per cent of your daily calories carbohydrate 55% accounted for, the percentage of the energy in the average American diet was up and down.
At the end of the study, the subjects, on average, 22 pounds lost, blood sugar and insulin levels, they showed significant improvements in blood pressure. Throughout the study, all participants total saturated fat levels in the blood remained fairly constant, even folded in half, oil consumption initially fell.
Increases and decreases in contrast to this the consumption of fat, carbohydrate intake, obesity, inflammation, insulin resistance, high blood glucose, metabolic syndrome, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and prostate cancer, which facilitates the emergence of many diseases such as elevated blood levels of palmitoleic acid. The increase of palmitoleic acid in the blood means that more carbohydrates is converted into fat instead of burning it.
Prof. Volek expressed the following:
“As the consumption of carbohydrates is reduced and controlled the oil when it is added diet, the body burns fat instead of storing it.
There is very little carbohydrate in the diet allows the burning of saturated fats”.
Published in the journal Public Library of science of Medicine named one study carbohydrates in the diet increases the levels of palmitoleic acid in the blood increased, but showed that the amount of the increase changes from person to person.
This finding shows that the carbohydrate tolerance varies from person to person.
Let’s see the result
Still in the realm of cardiology including ours saturated fat increases the risk of heart disease the diet will increase claims.
Not of the relationship of saturated fats in the diet heart attack and stroke doesn’t know either or don’t know they’re coming from, “fat if you eat fat it clogs your arteries.”
Between diabetes and heart disease with the amount of saturated fat in the blood, of course, there’s a correlation, “palmitoleic acid increases the risk of disease increases”.
As shown in this research, “increase the ingestion of excess fat palmitoleic acid not eaten more carbs”!
Canan Karatay, banging our heads for years this fact is as much as you want eggs, chops, says Eat butter.
Also cholesterol theory “is nonsense,” I add.
I wonder when the sleep of heedlessness wake up from the realm of Cardiology.