Zoe Harcombe: Carbohydrates & Cardiovascular disease
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1) Raised cholesterol (defined as ≥ 5.0 mmol/L) was inversely associated with CVD deaths in most countries.
4) Sunflower oil manufacturers would not like this paper.
5) Carbohydrates from cereals and starchy roots were particularly strongly associated with CVD deaths in Europe.
6) There were several foods/food groups that had strong inverse relationships with CVD deaths in European men and women.
The following were found to be strongly associated with lower CVD deaths: Total fat; Animal fat; Total protein; Animal protein; Total meat; Meat protein; Fruits; Coffee; Oranges and Cheese.
Glucose from cereals and starches may impact blood glucose more than refined sugar.