Very High Fructose Intake Increases Serum LDL-Cholesterol and Total Cholesterol: A Meta-Analysis of Controlled Feeding Trials 1,2,3
First published July 3, 2013, doi: 10.3945/jn.113.175323 J. Nutr. September 1, 2013 vol. 143 no. 9 1391-1398
The referenced study concludes that very high fructose intake causes elevations in LDL and total cholesterol.
It is imperative that researchers perform a large scale study regarding the hypothesis that a high intake of any form of carbohydrate increases not only total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, but also blood pressure, midline adiposity, visceral fat, fatty liver stores, inflammation, and blood sugar.
The focus has been on the direct influence of high fructose intake on health.
I am perplexed as to why researches haven’t yet studied, on a large scale, the theory that it is not just one form of carbohydrate, but a high intake of ALL forms of carbohydrate, that have negative impact on major health parameters.
I am offering my services to work directly with researchers on this project that can change the way the world fights obesity, diabetes, and a multitude of health issues including Alzheimer’s disease, cancers, cardiovascular disease, and more.
The program to test: The Metabolism Miracle; A 3 part program to normalize insulin production and function.
Obtain a large sample of participants and divide in 2 groups.
One group to continue to eat as they currently eat with no changes in diet. (The average carbohydrate intake in the US is over 65% of calories)
The other group to follow The Metabolism Miracle program.
Prior to beginning the study, obtain initial body weight, body fat percentage, blood pressure, and the following fasting labwork:
glucose, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL cholesterol, CRP, fasting insulin level, Vitamin D.
At 8 week intervals repeat the above.
The results should prove in favor of the carbohydrate rest/rehab/reintroduction plan. I have personally used the Metabolism Miracle with over 6000 patients in a 10 year period with overwhelmingly positive results..
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