World Heart Federation President Says Major Dietary Guidelines Not Supported By Science
Dr. Salim Yusuf, President of the World Heart Federation, said nutrition guidelines in relation to fats, salt, carbohydrates, and even vegetables are not supported by science.
“Previous guidelines said reduce fats and compensate for it by increasing carbohydrates… and so essentially we’ve increased carbohydrate intake in most Western countries and this is likely damaging. We were in for a big surprise. We actually found that increasing fats was protective,” Yusuf said at Cardiology Update 2017, a symposium presented by the European Society of Cardiology and the Zurich Heart House.
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