Are Fats good for your Heart Health?

There is a great deal of misinformation about the role of fats in the diet and which fats are actually best. In essence, what we have been told about fats for the past 50 years has been essentially wrong. We are told that vegetable oils the light polyunsaturated oils are the best.

These are the number one source for the free radicals that cause arterial blockages! We are told that saturated fats such as animal fats are terrible and are at the root of heart disease. The fact is that saturated fats such as animal fats, butter, lard, coconut oil, and palm oil are ideal for human consumption. They do not form free radicals nor do they oxidize and become rancid easily. We have been using a formula called Heart Wisdom from Phoenix Nutritionals and have found it to be very successful in the support of cardiovascular health, you can also see the clinical references for Heart Wisdom here.

To make matters worse what rancid vegetable oils do to damage your cardiovascular system margarine does twice as bad! Margarine is actually one step away from plastic. There isn’t an animal alive that will eat the stuff. It’s funny how the food industry has been able to convince us that artificial is better than what nature created. Hydrogenated oils are among the worst substances, next to sugar, in our diet. The worst is that the food industry has found ways to solidify liquid vegetable oils into solid margarine by a slightly different method than classic hydrogenation, therefore they can legally say that their product contains “no hydrogenated fats”. The processes they are now using however are not any better for your heart health or your arterial wellness. Please download my special report Heart Disease, The Real Cause, The Real Answer also take my FREE Heart Health Quiz.

Take a minute to watch my video Heart Disease & Oral Chelation and watch my video about Understanding Fats I think you will find them eye opening to say the least. Check back soon for more information on Cardio Vascular Support Supplements and how they can help you.

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