Degenerative diseases that involve fats prematurely kill over two-thirds of the people currently living in affluent, industrialized nations. Sixty-eight percent of people die from just three conditions that involve fatty degeneration: cardiovascular disease (43.8%), cancer (22.4%), and diabetes (1.8%).
From the broadest possible perspective, a universal energy created nature by processes that are still largely unknown to us. How this energy uses simple substances to form the complex organizations we call plants, animals, and humans is the realm
Protection that kills Under survival pressure, nature developed and selected for survival a way to protect us from early death due to scurvy – by thickening our arteries using an adhesive repair protein called apo(a) made in our liver. Apo(a)
Since making cholesterol requires energy, some researchers suggest that having cholesterol in our diet is an evolutionary advantage, and claim that meat, egg, and dairy eaters are better adapted for survival than vegetarians. However, the fact that so many people
In the last blog post, I discussed where cholesterol comes from and its vital functions in the body. Now, you’ll learn where it comes from and how our bodies use it. Cholesterol can be made in our body, or it
Welcome to the first in a four part series that will cover the contentious, curious subject of cholesterol. Each post will bust persistent myths, reveal essential truths, and show you the best path to your total health. Cholesterol plays