Why does a rabbit get (temporary) atheromas from cholesterol, but a rat doesn’t?
When a doctor decides you have high cholesterol, it actually (usually) means your cells are starving for cholesterol.
Imagine an office building with the workers gathering in the hallways because they can’t gain access to their offices and their computers that run the building and the building’s communication with the outside world.
Imagine some idiot deciding the best way to stop the workers from gathering in the hallways is to evict them from the hallways and out of the building.
(Think statin drugs.)
Heaven forbid some of the workers might be able to pick the locks and gain access to their rooms and computers!
Fatty acids play a major role in inflammation.
Cholesterol is an anti-fatty acid in the biological dualism between sterols and fatty acids.
Excess fatty acids INSIDE THE CELL and insufficient cholesterol INSIDE THE CELL is a heart attack in the making.
The luteoids (including progesterone) and the corticoids (including cortisol) are also anti-fatty acids.
They’re manufactured from cholesterol.
The “gluco group” – including glucose, galactose, glucosamine, and galactosamine – are anti-fatty acids available as a back-up system when cholesterol isn’t available.
They’re not manufactured from cholesterol, but they have side effects.
(Think metabolic syndrome X or diabetes.)
Emanuel Revici, M.D. wrote in 1961 …
“… with cholesterol having the cellular level as its proper level and the blood as superior level, the blood changes would reflect secondary responses to those occurring at lower levels. We saw such changes at the cellular level in old age.”
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