Dr. ADAM TABRIZ
1 min readApr 18, 2024

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The topic of intermittent fasting and its relationship to heart disease is complex, even though it may not seem that way. Furthermore, because we live in a collective world where "group thinking" dictates every aspect of our professional and personal lives, we can easily fall into the trap of endless details. That is why I have become an eminent advocate of personalized healthcare over the past decade. The discussions and arguments around intermittent fasting and heart disease epitome how significant organizations become so powerful and monopolized that they can easily sway the public mindset. Institutions like the American Heart Association have been established to guide us toward a more sensible path. But what they have created (based on my reading) is a pile of enigma and confusion. We must embrace personalized healthcare by leaving our passive follower attitude and being part of the healthcare that fosters individual cases as a unique path to a healthy life. Nothing can replace the unique and powerful background that Dr. Yildiz described in his piece. People have been fasting (for religious reasons) for centuries without any problem, but that does not eliminate other facts and personal circumstances. So, we must read everything, keep an open mind, not believe everything we read, and select the lifestyle that is best for us as individuals. Thank you, Dr. Yildiz, for an eye-opening article.

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Dr. ADAM TABRIZ

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