Eskimo Myth

So have you heard the Eskimo myth that there is a low prevalence of coronary heart disease among people who are Eskimo?

It’s a myth and totally untrue. Dr. Michael Greger addresses the issue of fish oil and it’s hazardous impact on heart disease. obesity and other diseases.

The reality is that a fish oil diet is dangerous to health.

At Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore I teach you the hypnosis skills so that you can end your desires for the foods that make you sick and fat and create healthy desires for the whole plant-based food that makes you healthy and slender.


Eskimo Myth

The Eskimo Myth

Michael Greger, M.D., 07 12 18: “As I reviewed in my video Is Fish Oil Just Snake Oil?, the revelation that fish oil appears useless in preventing heart disease—in both heart patients and those trying to prevent heart disease in the first place—leads one to wonder how this whole fish tale began.

So, why do so many researchers to this day unquestioningly parrot the myth? ‘Man prefers to believe what he prefers to be true.‘ So, we get literally thousands of articles on the alleged benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, a billion-dollar industry selling fish oil capsules, and millions of Americans taking the stuff—all based on a hypothesis that was questionable from the very beginning.”

Read: The Eskimo Myth

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