A number of studies have shown that dietary cholesterol has no effect on plaque buildup. This is why in North America diet has not been emphasized as a prevention for heart disease.
Health Guidelines in North America suggest that fat should be limited to 30% of our dietary intake. But at that level our cholesterol levels are usually at 200 mg/dL or higher.
New studies have now shown that plaque buildups are not stopped unless we get our serum cholesterol levels below 150 mg/dL.
And we are unable to do this unless we consume a plant based diet.
How do we know this?
You are the Cure
Is there another answer?