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DR KONSTANTIN MONASTYRSKY 1 | Harvard Public Health: CONTRADICTS SELF on FIBER… IT’S NOT ESSENTIAL!

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presents episode 759| Dr Monastyrsky

Harvard School of Public Health:
“Larger and better studies have failed to show a link
between fiber and colon cancer”

FDA
“Strong evidence that such a relationship [fiber preventing
colon cancer] does not exist”

American Heart Association recommends
-25 to 30g dietary fiber each day
-from fruit, grain, vegetables, legumes [CARBS]

Centers for Disease Control
“Eating high % of calories from carbs but NOT FROM FAT…
increased breast cancer
-relative risk for women highest quartile: 2.22 times normal”

Risk was so high that they CANCELLED THE STUDY

Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients
“Following AHA guidelines for lowering cholesterol
MAY INCREASE RISK OF HEART DISEASE”

Harvard School of Public Health: Joslin Diabetes Center
“Recommend 50g fiber daily!”

Fiber-related causes of Juvenile DIABETES
-obstructs duodenum
-causes mucosal inflammation
-blocks pancreatic & bile ducts
-damages insulin-production

Type 2 diabetes
-increase diabetic damage
-blood glucose inaccuracy
-affects all meds
-blocks essential nutrients

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