Syndrome X, the Silent Killer : If you have Syndrome X - and 60 to 75 million Americans do - the widely recommended low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet may be the surest route to a heart attack. Now, Gerald Reaven, M.D., the pioneering Stanford University doctor who discovered Syndrome X, explains why: even if your total cholesterol level is perfect, it may not shield you from a heart attack; carbohydrates can be just as harmful as red meat or butter; a diet high in"good" fats is actually better for you. Tested in carefully controlled research settings and in practice, the Syndrome X program is safe, effective, and easy to follow.
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