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NEW EVIDENCE SHOWS NO LINK BETWEEN SATUARED

FATS AND HEART DISEASE


OR
SHOWS LINK BETWEEN POLYUNSATURATED FATS AND
HEART DISEASE
By Sinjin MacLeod
A 2015 study has shown credible scientific evidence of no
link between saturated fat intake and heart disease. Early
results also show dietary cholesterol is healthy. The same
study found increased heart disease related to increased intake
of trans fats. Importantly, the same results also show increased
intake of polyunsaturated fats increased the number of deaths
from heart disease. Most of these results are completely
contrary to the opinion of the established medical community.
Our study encompassed an analysis of heart disease and
food eaten by 184 countries. As a probe to discover if there
was statistical relevance to the data, we initially compared the
25 countries of the world with the highest heart disease death
rates to the 25 countries of the world with the lowest heart
disease death rates. This report is the results of this probe.
These 50 countries represent about 18 percent of the worlds
population according to 2008 World Health Organization data
on population and Ischemic Heart Disease 1.
We then compared this 2008 data to a Harvard Medical
School analysis of 2010 intake of mean dietary saturated fat,
omega-6 polyunsaturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, seafood
omega-3 fat, and plant omega-3 fat consumption levels for
adults 20 years of age by country and globally. 2

Fordecadeshealthcaresystems,clinicians,andscientistshave
focusedonthemedical,drugtreatmentmodelofdiseasethat
highlightsintermediate,downstream,metabolicriskfactorsas
establishedpredictorsofdiseasesratherthanfundamentalrootcauses
suchasdietandlifestyle.3
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MacLeod
www.palmkerneloil.net
www.DataAnalytics.Link

Copyright: Sinjin

Table1 of Study Results

DEATHS
Deaths/100,000 people
Saturated Fat Intake
Polyunsaturated Fat
Trans Fat Intake
Dietary Cholesterol
Omega 3 Fat from Fish
Omega 3 Fat from Plants

The 25 Countries of the


World with
Most
Least Heart
Heart
Disease
Disease
1,949,384
188,616
257.6
39.7
11.57
11.63
5.8
4.6
1.4
1.1
247.5
281.7
85.0
447.4
604.1
710.1

Notes
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2
3&4
3&5
3&6
3&7
3&8
4 & 10

NOTES:
1. DEATHS -- We are talking real people unnecessarily dying
in the millions every year. The number of deaths from
heart disease is the most significant number in this report;
From least to most is a startling 10 fold increase. This,
more than any other result shows the seriousness of the
problem of heart disease and the potential for saving lives
from a simple change in diet.8 e
2. Heart disease deaths per 100,000 people show the rate of
heart disease. This is the variable that determines which
countries made our list of least and most heart disease. It
is the number of deaths divided by population times
100,000.

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MacLeod
www.palmkerneloil.net
www.DataAnalytics.Link

Copyright: Sinjin

3. The dietary intake of the various elements of the table are


measured as a percent of total caloric intake. Dietary
factors were evaluated as percentage of total energy
(saturated fat, omega 6 polyunsaturated fat, trans fat) or
as mg/day standardised using the residual method to 2000
kcal/day (dietary cholesterol, seafood omega 3 fat, plant
omega 3 fat).
4. The amounts of dietary intake of saturated fats was
relatively equal (11.63 vs. 11.57), however the higher
saturated intake was associated with lower heart disease.
This is completely contrary to traditional western medical
advice of the last 100 years.
5.
6. From the chart, the reader can see there is almost no
difference in dietary intake of saturated fats between the
two groups. This saturated fat variable is the only one in
the chart that is relatively the same between the two
groups of countries. WHY IS THAT? To me, its because
there is no significant impact on heart disease whether
you eat a lot of it or little of it.

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MacLeod
www.palmkerneloil.net
www.DataAnalytics.Link

Copyright: Sinjin

Table 2 of Study Results

Population
DEATHS
Deaths/100,000
Saturated Fat Intake
PolyUnsaturated Fat
I
Trans Fat Intake
Dietary Cholesterol
Omega 3 Fat from
Fish
Omega 3 Fat from
Plants

The 25 Countries of
the World with
Most
Least
World
Heart
Heart
Average
Disease
Disease
s
756,843, 475,268,0
6,7
000
00 Billion
1,949,38
188,616 8,576,6
4
16
257.6
39.7
127.3
11.57
11.63
11.7
5.8
4.6
5.1
1.4
247.5
85.0

1.1
281.7
447.4

1.1
248.5
193.5

604.1

710.1

839.4

BMJ2014;348:g2272

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MacLeod
www.palmkerneloil.net
www.DataAnalytics.Link

Copyright: Sinjin

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