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DeadManWalking56 posted:
I don't think it has changed yet in 12 years.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9684847

"Vigorous cholesterol lowering by low fat food and lipid active drugs, control of hypertension, and smoking abstinence stabilize plaque and markedly reduce coronary events and angina pectoris with greater improvement in survival than reported for elective invasive revascularization procedures."

Some of us get bypasses, then follow all lifestyle recommendations. To recover, we have to stop the disease process. And most of it is diet.
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engineerguy responded:
Hi DMW,

Great post.

For those reading, DMW is a valuable resource for what works and what doesn't, for heart disease.

Best regards, EngineerGuy


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