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Find out more about Cholesterol Clarity by Jimmy Moore, Eric C. Westman at Simon & Schuster. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more. Are you confused by what your cholesterol levels really say about your health? Keto Clarity: Your Definitive Guide to the Benefits of a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet by Jimmy Moore Hardcover $ Eric C. Westman, MD, MHS is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke Health Enterprise. Editorial Reviews. Review. "I call Jimmy Moore 'A Great Connector.' He is one of those people That's precisely what Cholesterol Clarity is designed to do.


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However, I like the way he approaches the subject, and I admire his talent when it comes to explaining complex and highly debated issues. Moore says: I agree with Jimmy Moore.

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They may even believe it to be dangerous because it contradicts many of the current recommendations from medical experts and public health authorities. Jimmy Moore has no formal medical or nutritional health education. He does not refer to many scientific studies in his book. Moore constantly quotes these individuals throughout his book.

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Some are nutritionists, some are physicians, and some are neither. Obviously, Moore has handpicked a team of specialists who support his own theories. I assume doctors Gillinov and Nissen would not have been fit enough for his army. After introducing his army, Moore goes on to describe the important role cholesterol plays in our body and he describes how little effect the cholesterol in our diet seems to have on blood levels of cholesterol.

He discusses the evidence, or rather the lack of evidence linking saturated fat with heart disease. He touches on the evidence behind the lipid hypothesis, the fear of dietary fats, and the rising incidence of obesity and.

He touches on the evidence behind the lipid hypothesis, the fear of dietary fats, and the rising incidence of obesity and type-2 diabetes, which has occurred despite Americans dutifully cutting their fat intake. He criticizes the overwhelming emphasis on dietary fat and cholesterol consumption as the true culprits in heart disease. Quite predictably, Moore discusses the role of inflammation in heart disease.

Most specialists who doubt that cholesterol plays a direct causative role in atherosclerosis believe that inflammation is a key factor. Indeed, atherosclerosis and heart disease may be caused by a complex interplay between different components of lipoproteins, including cholesterol, as well as oxidation, inflammation and other known or unknown mechanisms. Cholesterol and inflammation are not mutually exclusive. Moore writes: But he might as well have written: Moore recapitulates what major health groups have said about cholesterol through the years.

Moore criticizes the widespread use of cholesterol-lowering drugs statins. He cites Dr.

Thomas Dayspring when saying: Many people could learn a lot from Jimmy Moore when it comes to improving health with serious lifestyle changes. Moore attempts to redefine what we normally see as a heart healthy diet.

This is not an easy task because the cholesterol issue has become such a big part of conventional thinking. Sadly, I think he has a point here. This is an area where doctors have to improve. Jimmy Moore and his army, on the other hand, believe that eating less carbohydrates and more fat is beneficial.

Gillinov and Nissen consider it positive that million Americans are taking statin drugs to lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. Jimmy Moore and a part of his army, however, see statin drugs as a marketed poison. How can we explain such a huge difference of opinion? I think Jimmy Moore handles the question elegantly at the beginning of his book when he writes: Those means include cutting saturated fat and cholesterol from your diet and taking cholesterol-lowering prescription drugs.

Sound familiar? Well, some of us took the time to stop and ask a few simple questions: So maybe there is no disagreement after all. I know I will read many chapters of his book again and again.

Very few doctors would. Risk is related to particle number not to the amount of cholesterol within the LDL particles, because it is particle number that drives the LDLs into the artery. However if the particles become larger because they are TG-rich, they will be cholesterool-depleted particles and it takes many more chol-poor than chol-rich LDLs to traffoc a given cholesterol mass.

As a cardiologist what is your opinion.

Of course they may become less relevant when other markers are good. Thanks for commenting Superchunk. My statement was merely hypothetical. I was trying to support my view that cholesterol and inflammation are both involved in atherosclerosis and heart disease. Without one or the other, heart disease as we know it would probably not exist.

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In general terms my answer to your question is no. However, we are all different when it comes body weight and metabolism in general. Healthy whole grains may be a good choice for many individuals, while in other situations I believe it is better to avoid them. I emphasize that the overwhelming consensus of lipid researchers is that the inflammation associated with CHD is a causal product of elevated LDL cholesterol See Steinberg When cholesterol is reduced, the inflammation dissappears.

No, it seems to me very likely that other modified forms of LDL are involved in plaque formation. That would speak to a major involvement of oxidation, but other things can also lead to foam cell formation. Studies by Dr.

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John C. Khoo in my laboratory have shown that aggregation of LDL with itself markedly increases the rate of uptake by macrophages. Studies by Drs. Frank and A. So here is a quite distinct mechanism by which LDL uptake into the macrophages can be accelerated and can perhaps initiate the fatty streak lesion.

Joseph L. Witztum and others in our laboratory have shown that minor modifications in the structure of LDL can render it immunogenic. Autoantibodies against oxidized LDL have been demonstrated in rabbits and in humans as well. Therefore, a complex of a modified LDL particle and an antibody against it can be taken up into macrophages by way of a completely different receptor, the receptor for immunoglobulins the FC receptor.

So, there are at least two or three alternative modifications of LDL that could account for foam cell formation.

These have not yet been studied in vivo as intensively as oxidative modification, and so we are not in a position to say with any confidence how important they may be. They are too little, too late for most patients. This reduction happens on average within weeks as multiple sites that have utilized the Ornish program have demonstrated.

Caldwell Esselstyn has also used dietary approach to tackle CHD with great success although his program utilizes low-dose statins. But of course not a word of his work is provided in their book, let me guess? I mean look at you, you know that plaques can be successfully regressed in patients without the drugs.

People are not in this business for the sake of truth. It was very depressing for me to discover this. Liver itself accounts for one fifth of this.

The above stressed above is clearly nonsense. In the 7CS the lowest mean serum cholesterol of 3. SFA intake is the most important determinant of the blood cholesterol level of an individual Pedersen et al Fiber rich diet based on whole-grains with low intake of SFA, that is.

Cross-sectional surveys in Minnesota on young men — no relationship between dietary cholesterol and the total serum cholesterol concentration. Two surveys on Island of Sardinia — failed to show any difference in the serum cholesterol concentrations of men of the same age, physical activity, relative body weight, and dietary pattern, but differing markedly in cholesterol intake.

Carefulstudy during 4 years with 33 men whose diets consistently very low in cholesterol — serum cholesterol values did not differ from 35 men on very high cholesterol diet.

Comparisons made of 23 men before and after they doubled their cholesterol intake and of 41 men who halved their intake — failed to show any response in serum cholesterol level in months.

Detailed study of the complete dietary intakes of Minnesota businessman — failed to show any significant increase in serum cholesterol with increasing dietary cholesterol intake. Completely controlled experiment on 5 physically active men — changing from a diet of mg cholesterol to 0 mg of cholesterol had no effect on serum cholesterol.

The foregoing evidence is definitive, we think, in showing that variations in the intake of cholesterol over the whole range of natural diets do not influence the serum level of physically normal adult men so long as other elements in the diet are constant.

Thanks Axel for another informative look at the cholesterol controversy.

I take issue with Nissen when he and his colleague write that: They may even believe it to be dangerous because it contradicts many of the current recommendations from medical experts and public health authorities. Jimmy Moore has no formal medical or nutritional health education.

He does not refer to many scientific studies in his book. Moore constantly quotes these individuals throughout his book. Some are nutritionists, some are physicians, and some are neither.

Obviously, Moore has handpicked a team of specialists who support his own theories.

I assume doctors Gillinov and Nissen would not have been fit enough for his army. After introducing his army, Moore goes on to describe the important role cholesterol plays in our body and he describes how little effect the cholesterol in our diet seems to have on blood levels of cholesterol. He discusses the evidence, or rather the lack of evidence linking saturated fat with heart disease.

He touches on the evidence behind the lipid hypothesis, the fear of dietary fats, and the rising incidence of obesity and He discusses the evidence, or rather the lack of evidence linking saturated fat with heart disease. He touches on the evidence behind the lipid hypothesis, the fear of dietary fats, and the rising incidence of obesity and type-2 diabetes, which has occurred despite Americans dutifully cutting their fat intake.

He criticizes the overwhelming emphasis on dietary fat and cholesterol consumption as the true culprits in heart disease. Quite predictably, Moore discusses the role of inflammation in heart disease.

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Most specialists who doubt that cholesterol plays a direct causative role in atherosclerosis believe that inflammation is a key factor.

Indeed, atherosclerosis and heart disease may be caused by a complex interplay between different components of lipoproteins, including cholesterol, as well as oxidation, inflammation and other known or unknown mechanisms. Cholesterol and inflammation are not mutually exclusive.

Moore recapitulates what major health groups have said about cholesterol through the years. Moore criticizes the widespread use of cholesterol-lowering drugs statins.

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