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Is cholesterol good or bad? Inflammation, stress and sugar are bad if too much or chronic. Cholesterol is really a mixed bag of several lipoproteins. If you damage your cholesterol with oxidation or glycation, then it becomes harmful to you. A few lipoproteins are more ominous. Total cholesterol is the worst indicator because the question to ask is what type of lipoproteins, are what is there condition. Also are they transporting fats effectively.
Thnkfully, there are labs offering testing to answer better questions. You also need to know if inflammation and plaqueing are underway. Ask for a better test and don't let your doctor simply treat your cholesterol number to lower below 200. if all you have is a simple lipid panel, use triglycerides and HDL to determine your risk. Join me and we will discuss all this and more.
Scientists find that feeding lots of cholesterol to bunnies (vegetarians) causes death. From this they conclude that dietary cholesterol causes death in humans.
Reality: Dietary cholesterol plays only a small part in overall cholesterol levels and is necessary for mental and physical human health the trans-fat-filled hydrogenated vegetable oils peddled by the food industry have been implicated in higher risks both heart disease and cancer.
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If you are one of the nearly 107 million Americans struggling with high cholesterol then this interview is for you! Dr. Janet Brill will join me to talk about her book Cholesterol Down. Not only will she discuss her 10 simple steps to lowering cholesterol in just four weeks, she will also share with you what she deems “Miracle Foods”. Take control of your health without the risks of statin drugs by listening to this life changing interview.
Dr. Janet is a nationally recognized expert in the field of health, wellness and cardiovascular disease prevention and is frequently sought after by the media as a trusted source of nutrition and fitness information. Janet holds master’s degrees in both nutrition and exercise physiology and a doctorate in exercise physiology. Dr. Janet is the author of two books, Cholesterol Down (2007) and Prevent a Second Heart Attack (Feb. 2011) as well as Nutrition Together (2010), a healthy eating and weight loss program available at all Fitness Together personal training studios, worldwide. Dr. Janet “practices what she preaches,” having completed four marathons and countless 5K, 10K and half-marathon charity road races. She also enjoys swimming, winter sports and weight training. A “semi-vegetarian” for over fifteen years (she eats fish) Dr. Brill supports the notion of following mainly a plant-based Mediterranean-style diet for good health and longevity.
If you are taking a cholesterol-lowering statin drug such as Lipitor, Zocor, Crestor or Pravachol and want to add to the body what is being robbed that the heart must have, then we have important news to share with you today.
WE HAVE ALL BEEN LED TO believe that cholesterol is bad and that lowering it is good. Because of extensive pharmaceutical marketing to both doctors and patients, so we think that using statin drugs is proven to work to lower the risk of heart attacks and death.
But on what scientific evidence is this based, what does that evidence really show?
Roger Williams a theologian; once said something that is very applicable to how we commonly view the benefits of statins. “There are liars, damn liars, and statisticians.”
Tune in this Wednesday evening September 10, at 7:PM to hear the rest of the story.
Those troublesome cholesterol numbers that the medical profession keeps hitting us on the head about, do they worry you? We are going to share the REAL scoop on our catch-up Happy Hour this week - Join us to watch as volunteer get a BioAcoustic Cholesterol once over. Fun, Educational and prepares you for the important task of SELF HEALTH
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Dr. Andrew Rostenberg is going to be interviewed by nutritionists Cynthia Smith and Shawn Bean to discuss the side effects of having low cholesterol and it's not something to be taken lightly.
Dr. Rostenberg has been studying it's effects on health and came to the conclusion that low cholesterol is dangerous and it increases the risk of the following:
Male Infertility, Female Infertility, Depression, Suicide,Aggressive behavior, Poor Memory, Autism and Asperger’s Disorder, Alzheimer’s Disease.
He is also going to share his treatment method for people living with low cholesterol.
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Cholesterol. Does the word scare you? It strikes fear into many of my patients when I bring it up. When too much cholesterol is in the bloodstream we need to be concerned about our heart health.
Cholesterol has important responsibilities in the body. Let’s spend time understanding why cholesterol is essential to our body and how we can create the best balance.
Cholesterol’s Job in the Body
Cholesterol is necessary for the formation of cell membranes and the creation of nerve cell coverings. It is also the backbone for the manufacture of steroid hormones which are necessary for vital functions.
Examples of our steroid hormones are sex hormones (female and male) and our stress hormones. The female hormones are estrogens and progesterone, and the male hormone is testosterone.
Cortisol, a steroid hormone also known as the stress hormone, is responsible for managing stressful events, regulating blood sugar levels and reducing inflammation. Finally, cholesterol is needed to produce the steroid hormone aldosterone, which balances water and salt in the body.
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Today Dr. Block with The Block Center is joining us to talk about cholesterol. What is it? What’s REALLY up with the numbers your doctor is watching? What makes your cholesterol number go up, and what about the statin drugs that are used to lower them? Tune in to hear more.
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Nutritionist Cynthia Smith and MTHFR Support's advocate Sterling Hill are going to host a show about the ''Alzheimer's gene'' to discuss it's role in fat and cholesterol metabolism.
We will also have a special guest with us who has managed to lower his elevated cholesterol levels without using pharmaceutical drugs.
Nutritionist Cynthia Smith and our guest, James will explain how diet can have a HUGE impact on your cholesterol levels not to mention your overall health.