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Morell's theory that the rapid increase in heart disease from 1920 Peak BioBoost Review to 1960 correlated with a decrease in the consumption of saturated fats and an increase in processed vegetable fats and hydrogenated trans fats, is now becoming more widely held and supported by new research.
In response to the no or low saturated fat craze, many dieters have completely excluded red meat from their diets. It is not really a good strategy considering the benefits of saturated fat. Moreover, beef and chicken do not contain exclusively saturated fat but also significant amounts of healthy polyunsaturated fats and monounsaturated fats which actually contribute to heart health.
In Nourishing Traditions, Morell recommends a diet rich in high quality, organic, grass-fed meat and dairy products. That means no more boneless, skinless chicken breasts but a whole roasted chicken and an occasional steak without guilt. Also skip the fat free milk and yogurt in favor of the whole versions. It might not include cheese steaks but perhaps organic scrapple, if you could find such a thing, would qualify.
Margie King is a certified holistic health coach, Wharton M.B.A. and former corporate attorney. Margie leads workshops on nutrition, conducts healthy cooking classes, and offers individual and group health and nutrition coaching to women and busy professionals.