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Good material about one of the causes of heart disease
on December 21, 2008
The author goes into great detail describing the benefits of having a low homocysteine level in your blood. He says that you need to eat foods that contain sufficient levels of B-6, B-12, and folic acid. These nutrients lower the homocysteine in your blood.
So, he makes a good case that a high homocysteine level is not good for your heart health.
However, the book does have contradictory advice. I just opened to page 203 and read where he says to eat whole eggs. But in one of the recipes he has you combining one egg yolk with four egg whites. He also says to drink whole milk but one of his recipes calls for skim milk. Maybe the recipes need the ingredients in that form so that the finished product has the right consistency. But you see what I mean, it does make it confusing when trying to remember the right foods to eat.