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Originally Posted by rubiksoval View Post
Do people actually pay attention to these studies and adapt their diets?
My grandfather (Dad's, Dad) died VERY young of a massive heart attack (before I was born). I grew-up with my Dad following every faddish, published, or study-generated heart-healthy idea ever heard of. Dad had three heart attacks in his late 50's. But after he recovered.... Dad abandoned all the healthy eating ideas and enjoyed himself. Of course Dad still died.... but it wasn't heart related.

I think it's only natural to want to live a "healthy lifestyle" (whatever that is). I think most people somewhat alter their lifestyles (or what they say about their lifestyle) to fit current, popular ideas.

If I live a long life.... I will credit lots of cycling miles... and salads for lunch. If I die before it's expected (I am already too old to die young) others will blame my genetics.
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