Diet and coronary disease: a survey of mortality rates and food consumption statistics of 24 countries.

@article{Seely1981DietAC,
  title={Diet and coronary disease: a survey of mortality rates and food consumption statistics of 24 countries.},
  author={Stephen Seely},
  journal={Medical hypotheses},
  year={1981},
  volume={7 7},
  pages={907-18}
}
Direct, linear and reasonably accurate correlation has been found between coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality rates and the consumption of unfermented milk proteins--namely the protein content of all dairy products with the only important exception of cheese--in a study of male mortality rates and food consumption statistics of 24 countries. Thus in Finland, with the highest CHD mortality amongst these countries, the consumption of unfermented mile proteins is also higher than in the other… CONTINUE READING

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