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Cholesterol in the DietWritten by Dr. L. Lee Coyne | Views 1769
Keys had done repeated studies of the issue. For example, in one experiment, 23 men doubled their cholesterol consumption, another 41 men cut theirs in half. Over four to 12 months, their blood cholesterol levels of both groups failed to show any response to the change , according to Keys.
Cholesterol in the Diet: The Long Slide from Public Menace to No “Appreciable” Effect
In one short paragraph, the new report from the nation’s top nutrition panel reverses decades of warnings about dietary cholesterol. Long one of the arch-villains of the American diet, cholesterol need no longer be considered a menace to the public health, the group said, as the Post previously reported.
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