Dr. Kim Williams, former President of the American College of Cardiology discusses controversies around saturated fat, sugar and animal protein consumption. 30 June 2019 at the Fetal Medicine Research Institute, King's College Hospital.
Dr Williams is a hero!! A beautiful man, that truly cares about humanity. God bless him.
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Why isn’t more solid, sound, proven nutrition like this taught in medical schools in keeping with its potential to save literally hundreds of thousands of lives annually in the United States? It just doesn’t make sense when we know how critical a healthful diet is.Dr. Williams is a hero to get this reliable science out!
lfzRkHDLfHo&t=49m30s 49:30 recommended intake of red meat increases mortality about the same amount that 3-4 different medications for hypertension lower the risk of cardiovascular incident. So officials advice us to eat that "moderate" amount of meat and encourage us physicians to motivate the patients to take their meds. lfzRkHDLfHo&t=54m04s 54:04 TMAO caused by eating meat makes thrombocytes sticky. For that people should take ASA. Of course, for diabetes and for cholesterol there are effective medications as well. No need for moderation when it comes to medication! Oh, dear.
Odd. Carbs are sugars too. I’ve been vegan for 20years eating lots of complex carbs. I’m diabetic type 2. Most vegans I know and vegetarians consume lots of brown pasta and rice but are often fat. I was very fat. I looked at vegan keto which is very easy. Lost loads of weight and feel immensely better. Over consumption of carbs is something I would never go back to.
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Billions of people for thousands of years have consumed animal products. How is it possible that humans universally developed a pattern of eating foods that worsen their health?
We have few (if any) mechanisms to support the detrimental health effects of consuming animal products. Associations are simply not enough to counter what appears to be a natural human practice -- eating meat.
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The American College of Cardiology has just published a State-of-the-Art Review announcing their new stance on Saturated Fat.
Limited saturated fat intake is not supported by the evidence.
I don't know how to cook vegan food, to be a vegan I would like to learn how to cook vegan.
I need to not eat fish and eggs
Echo to many that dr Kim William is a man of truth and integrity, not distorting things
It seems I have no choice than become a vegan. Damn, I love meat!
All of the science he cites is backed by orgs like Cochrane Group and WHO etc. Meat and dairy industry are very powerful and pay for studies to favour them and bully the above non profit groups to not publish findings, skew or republish with moderation if they show any detrimental effect long and short term of animal product. This is fact. All fish now has micro plastics and farmed fish is full of antibiotics and chemicals for colour at worst they have disease.
lfzRkHDLfHo&t=35m01s 35:01 high red meats but low %?
This is all well and good but I'm fine with enjoying my slightly shorter life. I don't want to live forever I want to live well that's why I eat the ketogenic diet with 60% plant and 40% animal products. And I have never felt healthier.
i am a bit confused- at 29min 48 seconds- Dr Kim mentions that plant based diet helps/prevents diabetes but wouldnt eating lots of complex carbohydrate insulin resistance? ie. isnt eating lots of fruits and carbohydate (even wholegrain rice, pasta, bread, etc) causes spike in gluclose/insulin? am i missing something? thanks