Cholesterol, the modern health villain, is actually a naturally-occurring lipid (fat) that is absorbed by the body from your diet and also naturally produced in the liver. Cholesterol circulates in the blood system and is critical to life. Perhaps you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with "high" cholesterol and immediately prescribed a cholesterol-lowering medication to assist your body in reducing your total cholesterol to under 200 mg/dL or other target. HDL cholesterol is often referred to as "good" cholesterol and LDL as "bad", but is cholesterol really good and bad?
Today on LivingFuelTV, join me as we discuss what cholesterol does in the body and present straight forward strategies to help manage cholesterol levels. In reality, the cholesterol in your body may be doing you more good than harm. Once again, let's re-think conventional wisdom and the pharmaceutical approach to health.
Society's use and Big Pharma's profits of statin drugs in the United States are booming. But are these pharmaceutical drugs always your best weapon against high cholesterol and heart dis-ease? Are there natural alternatives to lower your cholesterol—potentially saving you possible debilitating side effects, not to mention hundreds of dollars per year? What exactly are statin drugs, what do they do in the body, and what is the troubling link between statin drug use and diabetes? Find out the answer to these questions and more in today's important episode of LivingFuelTV, a must-see for everyone concerned about their family's health and their own personal health.
Let's re-think the conventional wisdom of the drug approach to health.
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