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The Framingham Study - Dr. Hans Diehl



While the rates of heart disease went down in Europe during World War 2, the rates continued to climb in North America. During those war years, occupied countries in Europe were deprived of their usual customary diet which included ample provisions of refined food as well as animal products, such as meat, poultry, cheese and sausages. as the Nazis took all those foods to feed their soldiers. with those dietary changes, these occupied countries living on a spartan diet within a year showed significant and often dramatic decreases in the rates of chronic disease, such as heart disease, diabetes.

To explore these unusual rates going in different directions, the National Institutes of Health initiated the famous Framingham Study near Boston. Over the next 50 years, the study identified the antecedents of heart disease; it identified the risk factors that predict the development of heart disease in population groups and how they can be modified.

Watch and learn and get motivated to make some simple changes that can help you to shape your own future. It is Healthy by Choice, Not by Chance!

Dr. Hans Diehl is the Clinical director of the Lifestyle Medicine Institute in Loma Linda, California. His pioneering efforts with Nathan Pritikin and Dr. Denis Burkitt have shown that many of today's chronic diseases are largely reversible by making some simple lifestyle changes. As a best selling author, researcher, dynamic speaker & top-ranking motivator, he has lectured to corporations and governments and has presented seminars on four continents.

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