French Paradox Explained

The French population has been reported to have a relatively low rate of coronary artery disease (CAD) despite eating lots of cheese, croissants, and liver pate and having blood lipid levels similar to other Westernized countries.

Much has been made of this seeming paradox by the U.S. media. However, the unusually low rate of CAD now appears to be more myth than paradox. According to British ca...

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