HEART DISEASE PREVENTION
This month is "Heart Health" month, along with Black History month and probably some other months that we can't keep track of. But this month the AMA and hospitals across the country are paying close attention to heart disease and educating people on ways of prevention. But guess what, they are wrong! And in fact if you follow many of their strategies you are guaranteed to get heart disease! On my radio show, "Healthcare Intervention" we are in the middle of a two part series on Heart disease, you can listen to my past shows here on my website under the radio show tab. The medical system is hung up on the fat and cholesterol myth, when in fact they are missing the boat entirely. The root cause of Heart Disease is Inflammation not fat or cholesterol. Cholesterol is just a by product of inflammation, you see your liver sends out cholesterol to repair your arteries when there is damage and plaquing caused by inflammation. Cholesterol is the good guy! And in fact, if you artficially lower cholesterol with drugs, not only are you going to damage your heart by not sending up the repairing mechanism, you are also going to damage your brain and liver. When doctors see that your cholesterol number is up, due to inflammation, they just focus on the cholesterol and not the root cause.
Look what Dr. Ron Rosedale, MD and leading anti-aging expert has to say about cholesterol...
"First and foremost," Dr. Rosedale points out, "cholesterol is a vital component of every cell membrane on Earth. In other words, there is no life on Earth that can live without cholesterol.That will automatically tell you that, in and of itself, it cannot be evil. In fact, it is one of our best friends.We would not be here without it. No wonder lowering cholesterol too much increases one's risk of dying. Cholesterol is also a precursor to all of the steroid hormones. You cannot make estrogen, testosterone, cortisone, and a host of other vital hormones without cholesterol."
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