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En kort föreläsning där Salim Yusuf levererar ett antal fakta som vi på forumet och Kostdoktorn betraktar som självklara, men som inte är mainstream ännu. Kanske detta hjälper? Han menar också att legymer har positiv effekt på hjärtsjukdom... What causes heart disease part XXVI by Dr. Malcolm Kendrick Last night I watched a you tube presentation which completely astonished me. It was given by Professor Salim Yusuf, who is as mainstream as mainstream can possibly be. Here, from Wikipedia: ‘Salim Yusuf (born November 26, 1952) is an Indian-born Canadian physician, the Marion W. Burke Chair in Cardiovascular Disease at McMaster University Medical School and currently the President of the World Heart Federation, a world-renowned cardiologist and epidemiologist. In 2001, he published a landmark study that proved the benefits of clopidogrel in acute coronary syndrome without ST elevation.’ Here, from Forbes magazine in 2012: ‘McMaster University's Salim Yusuf has tied for second place in the annual ranking of the "hottest" scientific researchers, according to Thomson Reuter's Science Watch. Yusuf was a co-author of 13 of the most cited papers in 2011. Only one other researcher, genomic pioneer Eric Lander of the Broad Institute of MIT, had more highly-cited papers than Yusuf.’1 On February the 12th he gave a presentation at a cardiology conference in Davos, Switzerland which can be seen on YouTube. In this presentation, he makes the following points: Saturated fat does raise LDL, a bit, but has no effect on CVD – maybe slightly beneficial. Monounsaturated fats are slightly beneficial. Polyunsaturated fats are neutral. Carbohydrate intake is most closely associated with CVD Fruit and vegetable intake has little or no impact on CVD – nor does fish intake [He wonders where the five portions of fruit and vegetable intake recommendations actually came from]. Vegetables in particular have no benefit. Legumes – beans and suchlike – are beneficial. The recommendations on salt intake are completely wrong, and set far too low. For those who do not have high blood pressure, low salt intake increase mortality. On the other hand, high salt intake does no harm. He recommends higher potassium intake. He criticizes Ancel Keys and lauds Nina Teicholz [Author of big fat surprise]. Well, good for him. It seems to have taken him a long time to get there, but he did in the end. Of course, mainstream medicine will remain in shocked silence, so you will likely hear nothing of this in the mainstream media. But, hey, you get to see it here. Perhaps someone would like to send this presentation to the BHF and the AHA and ask them for a comment? The YouTube presentation is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sNqnAZTy4w