Patrick Timpone

Dr. Uffe Ravnskov

Low Cholesterol and Cancer

January 9, 2012

We welcomed Dr. Ravnskov for the second time this morning. He joined us last year to discuss The Cholesterol Myths and gave us a mind blowing look at how everything we’ve ever learned about cholesterol is wrong. Today he talked about the connection between low cholesterol and cancer, sharing an amazing amount of information from independent studies. He also discussed the use of statin drugs and their side effects. We respect Dr. Ravnskov and invite you to learn more about his discoveries on cholesterol.

uffe ravnskov, cholesterol skeptic, january 09, 2012

'Dr. Uffe Ravnskov – Low Cholesterol and Cancer – January 9, 2012' have 2 comments

  1. January 13, 2012 @ 2:59 pm Dr Ellen K Rudolph

    Thanks for making this important interview available to the public. I am an enthusiastic follower of Dr. Uffe Ravnskov, MD, PhD and a student of the cholesterol myth. Listeners should follow up this interview with a visit to Dr. Ravnskov’s web sites:

    The Doctor’s books are fabulous.


  2. January 30, 2012 @ 7:46 am hugo torres

    When doctor Ravnskov talks about cholesterol being good for health, is it total cholestero, or the good or the bad Cholesterol?


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