Instead of saturated fats and cholesterol, many leading nutrition and health experts are now looking at inflammation as a prime mover as a contributing factor of heart disease.
Viewers of CBS TV affiliate KGBT in Texas learned how to help their kids’ brains stay sharp by feeding them the right foods. “You’ve got to reduce inflammation,” advised guest Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS. He said to stop using the two most inflammatory things in the American diet: sugar and vegetable oils. “I like Malaysian palm oil because it’s sustainable and it doesn’t contribute to inflammation.”
Viewers learned that oxidative damage and inflammation damage cholesterol. An anti-inflammatory diet focuses on single-ingredient foods and anti-inflammatory oils such as environmentally friendly Malaysian palm oil.
Appearing on ABC affiliate KATU in Portland, OR, nutrition expert Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS said most people are confused by what it means to eat properly. The author of “The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer” explained there is massive research demonstrating that preventing heart disease and lowering cholesterol are not the same thing.
In an interview about common mid-life health mistakes, nutrition expert Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS told ABC TV viewers why they should welcome anti-inflammatory palm oil into their diets.