1. Lindsey Bashore Lindsey Bashore United States says:

    When has the diet advice this doctor gives for heart patients ever been proven to either stop heart disease or reverse it?  Most of the information is proven to work. But her advice to "Focus on eating meals or snacks with high protein such as white meat, fish, eggs, low-fat milk" is bad advice.  Dr. Dean Ornish UCSF has peer-reviewed published journal articles detailing studies which show the only diet to actually reverse heart disease. He says to never eat those items.  The same with Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn of the Cleveland Clinic, who also has published journal studies using the same diet to reverse heart disease.  When you read dietary advice for treating heart patients, ask "Where are the published studies that show this diet stops and reverses heart disease?"  If a doctor gives dietary advice which only slows down the progression of the disease, you still die from it.

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