Dr. Terry Grossman is the founder of Grossman Wellness Center. A thought leader in the industry, he is a published author and coach for many who have made the choice to live a longer healthier life.
Veganism helps reduce multiple risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD). The vegan diet results in lower total and LDL cholesterol levels, as well as lower blood pressure. It also helps promote a healthy body weight (vegans tend to be markedly slimmer than their animal eating counterparts), and healthy body weight is directly linked to reduced CVD and heart attack risk. Also worth noting, vegans consume considerably greater quantities of fruits and vegetables, which is associated not only with lower blood cholesterol concentrations, but also with reduced stroke incidences, and a lower risk of mortality from both stroke and heart disease. The Ornish diet is a low-fat, low-sugar, vegan-based diet (with the exception of egg whites and non-fat dairy). It’s very strict, but it’s worth following if you have heart concerns because it not only helps prevent CVD, it’s also one of the only programs really documented to reverse heart disease.
Yes, visualization of serum and hematology the study of the shape of Red blood cells, and White blood cell elevations, along with Increased Blood viscosity relates to elevated lipids after eating, with a worsening of circulation associated with 5 of the leading causes of death, including hypertension, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Watch this although the discussion is rather advanced with Anil Bajanth, MD a researcher of blood microscopy for over 20 years. https://youtu.be/V1yU4s2_me4
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