How did cholesterol become such a bad thing and seemingly bad for our heart health? Renowned cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra discusses the events that led the public to think cholesterol was bad for heart health. He also discusses the events that started turning that way of thinking around and what really is bad for heart health instead.
Dr. Jonathan V. Wright discusses cholesterol and what you need to know about those cholesterol numbers. He also discusses causes of heart attacks and strokes and one little discussed thing that people can do to reduce their risks by 75% or more! Also, find out why women are less prone to heart attacks until menopause.
Dr. Derrick DeSilva says cholesterol is not the villain that it's been made out to be. Dr. DeSilva mentions a number of studies and facts about cholesterol that might make you think twice about cholesterol's role.
Is cholesterol really as bad as it's been made out to be? Sally Fallon Morell is the president of the Weston A. Price Foundation. She discusses cholesterol in our blood and in our food and explains what the difference is. She also talks about high and low cholesterol in the blood and which one is really the one you should be concerned about.
Dr. Michael Roizen describes cholesterol's role and what specific numbers might mean for you. He discusses the different types of cholesterol and what you need to know about the two. He also discusses the role of drugs that lower cholesterol.
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