Another short post today. There’s too much bracketball to watch today. Breakfast – Roasted chickpeas and veggies Lunch – Ampaipitakwong Fried Rice (aka Pete’s), egg roll (yes, it does resemble last night’s dinner) Dinner – Chicken fajitas I enjoyed tracking my meals this week and learned a lot. I no longer need to track consumption like […]
Short post today. The Boss is Back and there will be Boss directed activities to be done today. Even More Things I Learned This Week Rock hard green avocados ripen faster when placed in a bowl with very ripe spotted bananas. Fresh grapes satisfy my sweet tooth. I forgot to weigh myself this morning. “Daily […]
Friday 3/24 After 47 years as a cardiologist with 200,000 patient visits, I can firmly say that vegans are my healthiest patients. I certainly agree with you it is not easy. My position is that 90% vegan which is 19 of 21 meals a week will do just fine. Foods should be, prior to preparation, […]
I just found this. The file is dated 12.26.2017. No wonder why the cumin, paprika, parsley, salt and pepper are missing.
Thurs 3/23 Update 5:25 pm I’m learning a lot about myself this week from tracking my meals. Since The Boss is away my meals and eating habits are totally my own. I don’t have to think about, shop for, plan or cook with someone else’s preferences in mind. I like not having regularly scheduled meals. […]
2 thoughts on “What is the Optimal Diet for the Prevention of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease? — The Skeptical Cardiologist”
Very interesting. So how would you some of the actual present recommendations?
Once the evidence started accumulating I stopped avoiding full fat dairy and cheeses. I don’t eat cheese every day but when I make lasagna I’ll use full fat ricotta and mozzarella. I also prefer full fat Greek yogurts. When I eat eggs I no longer worry about the cholesterol I still eat eggs maybe just once or twice a week. Although I still use oil based dairy spreads, I prefer butter. Moderation is still the mantra.