Another point here to keep in mind. If there is consensus among the "scientists" then the theory, by
definition, is bogus. There is no consensus in true science. That would lead one to the conclusion
that there are researchers who are following the scientific method and perusing a different
hypothesis. It is possible that as been pointed out previously that elevated cholesterol is the result of
arterial inflammation. A chronic inflamed condition could result in the breaking off of these plaque
particles. The question becomes one of how many different hypotheses have been studied? And what
were the results.
Do the oils in boiled coffee result in inflammation of the arterial walls? Is this what triggers the
increase in cholesterol?
I monitor my cholesterol levels periodically and have since the early 1970s and it has stayed in the
same range all of these years. Weight and diet do indeed impact it but not excessively.
The results of these clinical studdies produce results for the average man, an individual who does not
If you suffer from what today is considered high lipid panel numbers then you should be careful as to
what dietary changes you make as there could be unpleasant consequences.
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From: Floyd Lozano
Date: Tue, 22 May 2007 21:49:01 -0400
I think scientists still stick to their guns because way more pizza chompin cig smokin' french fry eatin
fatties die of massive coronaries than Jim Fixx's ;) That notwithstanding, nobody is guaranteeing
anybody anything with the 'how to live' suggestions. It's all about minimizing the chances that the
next barrel is the one with the bullet in it.
This pizza chompin former cig smokin but current french fry eatin fattie is thinking of picking up
running or biking or something. And continuing to drink my coffee!
On 5/22/07, Aaron wrote: Then there's Jim Fixx. the health food nut who
followed your bible to
the letter and died of a massive coronary..(or should I call it heart
disease). gee a healthy person dies... wow go figger...