Plant-Based Diet Can Reverse Heart Disease
Dr. Dean Ornish says a plant-based diet can reverse heart disease.
According to Dr. Dean Ornish of the Preventative Medicine Research Institute, a plant-based diet with 10% or less of fat (preferably polyunsaturated or monosaturated) can actually reverse damage and reduce the risk of a heart attack.
Dr. Ornish has published many articles: approximately 82% of the high risk people who went dairy-free and meat-free began to heal their arterial blockage. That’s inspiring and amazing.
If you have high cholesterol, or you know people who do, please share this story. It’s important to consult with your health practitioners to see if a plant-based diet is right for you. Adjusting your diet may be one way to begin lowering your cholesterol.
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If you have experienced positive changes in your health by switching to a plant-based diet, please leave your success story in the comments below. Your success will help inspire others to start their own journey, and they can follow the steps that you have already taken.
For more information about how a plant-based diet can help reduce cholesterol and heart disease, check out this article from PCRM.
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