Can low fat diet cause Heart Disease? Read this link…

Simply put, low fat diet has been considered as standard healthy diet for heart, but this is not really the case.  Low fat diet is comprised mainly from simple carbohydrates such as sugar, and rich omega 6 fatty acid from processed food using corn, or soybean.  These diet act as sandpaper irritating our arteries, causing chronic inflammation to our arteries.  Thus, due to these chronic inflammation, the cholesterol is obstructed by the inflammation, and adhere to our arterial wall and cause further obstruction, and leads to various heart disease.  Please read the following article.

World Renowned Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease

Studies confirm chiropractic treatment prevents heart attacks and lowers blood pressure Saturday, January 07, 2012 by: JB Bardot

(NaturalNews) The popularity of chiropractic care has grown dramatically since the middle of the 20th century. Although most people seek chiropractic treatment to relieve musculoskeletal pain, certain types of pain may be indicative of the patient experiencing a heart attack just before or during treatment.

Chiropractors should expect to have at least one presentation of a myocardial infarction, or heart attack, during their careers, according to chiropractor Dr. Dwain M. Daniel. Research indicates that regular chiropractic adjustments may prevent heart attacks, lower blood pressure, reduce heart rate, relieve chest pain and support the cardiovascular system, according to the Palmer Chiropractic College.

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Acceleration Of Degenerative Disc Disease Following Whiplash Injuries

The Cervical Spine Research Society
Lippincott, 1989
Mason Hohl, MD
Professor of Surgery/Orthopedics, UCLA Medical Center

“Follow-up roentgenograms taken an average of 7 years after injury in one series of patients without prior roentgenographic evidence of disc disease indicated that 39% had developed degenerative disc disease at one or more disc levels since injury.”

There was an expected incidence of 6% degenerative change in the population over this period of time. “Thus, it appeared that the injury had started the slow process of disc degeneration.”
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