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ark is mostly right. He did leave out eggs and red meat as a good source of omega 3, but it should be grass feed cows and free range hens. Ornish is a low fat guy and has been discredited for not controlling all variables in his studies. You should know that lowering cholesterol can not remove plaque because the level of cholesterol had nothing to do with the formation of plaque. The plaque was formed (with the help of cholesterol) in response to arterial damage. The damage can be from smoking, high insulin levels (true link of diabetes and heart problems), trans-fats, rancid vegetable oil, oxidized cholesterol (as in egg beaters and powdered cheese), too much omega 6 in the diet.
Pharmacist who's life was almost ruined by Lipitor
CKM has been on 80mg of Zocor for years and seems to have some of the classic cognitive side effects. He does not ever give refrences and blocks email.
read about dr. dean ornish
"HDL can remove cholesterol from atheroma within arteries"
HDL. High-density lipoprotein.
Foods containing omega-3 fatty acids (such as fatty fish and dark, leafy greens)
Most of the plaques remain as such and a very few regress. Progression will certainly be reduced. Unstable plaques will become stable.