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Loraine Holden

Loraine Holden
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Golden Green Press
P.O. Box 1058
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Telephone: 916-966-3453

Loraine Holden, MS, Medical Scientist, Teacher, Author of Don’t Get Thin Get Healthy disputes the myths and half-truths that are making you fat, diabetic and prone to heart disease.

Eat more fat and cholesterol to improve your health.

Our genes are programmed to use animal fat but not artificial foods like trans-fats, high-fructose corn syrup or highly refined foods with too much sugar. Cholesterol is essential to life itself.

Loraine overcame arthritis in her seventies. Since then she has inspired over three dozen groups in California and Oregon, from young adults to the retired that you can be active without drugs.

Questions you can ask Loraine to provoke controversy or show a different slant:

  • How can you lose weight by eating more fat?
  • Why is fat a better energy food than carbohydrates?
  • Why should you never give your children low-fat milk?
  • How can you keep up your energy if you don’t snack every three hours?
  • When is animal fat healthier than most salad oils?
  • What’s the biggest cause of the obesity of the past thirty years?
  • Why should cancer survivors avoid sugars and most salad oils?
  • Why is olive oil healthier than canola oil?
  • Why don’t you get fatty plaque in your arteries from eggs or chicken fat?
  • Why isn’t your blood cholesterol level the biggest risk factor for heart disease?
  • What government program indirectly causes obesity, diabetes and heart disease?

Media interviews include the following:

  1. Dale Peterson, M.D., Dec. 20, 2010, 4-4:30 pm CT
  2. Bonnie Graham, June 27, 2011, 7:40-8 pm ET
  3. Station One The Donna Seebo Show, Aug. 9, 2011, 3:30-4pm PT | MP3
  4. Ray Tatar on television show Live Wire July 1, 2009, 5 to 5:30 pm PT, Channel 17
    Access Sacramento 916-456-8600 x116

Live contacts include Jeff Sheinbein for Skorman Productions. He co-ordinated talks at Border’s Book Stores and a “Live to be a Hundred Day” with Loraine’s Secrets of Aging, May 18, 2008.