It can be hard to imagine that a high fat diet can result in too much fat in the blood. But one picture is worth a thousand words.

What you're looking at is a test tube that was filled with blood and then run through a centrifuge. The blood was drawn from a patient scheduled for surgery. He was told the day before surgery "No solid food after 6PM". His last meal before the surgery was at McDonalds. That stuff in the test tube you're looking at is fat. Way too much fat. If you're eating the diet you're designed to eat, you would not see something like this if your blood was drawn and spun down. Too much fat in the diet – and thus in the blood – is a major contributing factor in chronic, degenerative diseases such as Type 2 Diabetes, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Heart Disease, Stroke, Cancer, "low T", and Candidiasis to name a few.

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