Higher cholesterol does not cause one single illness! Higher cholesterol is a signal, but the causes are different ones, such as a deficiency of calcium, vitamin B3, chrome/caladium, essential fatty acids, a wrong ratio between Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, etc.
Cholesterol makes up 75 % of our brain. This means that humans need cholesterol. 85 % of testosterone (male growth hormone), 95 % of oestrogen (female growth hormone) and 95 % of adrenalin are produced in the body by cholesterol.
In the early 80’s a cholesterol level of 300 was acceptable. All of sudden the acceptable level was lowered to 200 without this being supported by a relevant study. To this day not one study has proved that cholesterol has a negative effect on our organism. But there are enough studies proving that half of the patients whose death was caused by heart problems, did not show any of the three risk factors such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol or nicotine.
Sources: Dr. Joel D. Wallach, Dr. Jackson Stockwell, doctor and head of a cancer clinic in Salt Lake City.
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