Tuesday, June 6, 2017

The High-Cholesterol Paradox - Wainwright

"Being told you have ‘high cholesterol’ is commonly taken as a sign of an unhealthy destiny. Research suggests that for many elderly people the news that they have ‘high cholesterol’ is more often associated with good health and longevity . For over 50 years this has been a paradox, the ‘High-Cholesterol Paradox’. What is really going on? "

Our review found that cholesterol lowering therapies were implicated in:

  • Damage to muscles (including the heart) and exercise intolerance
  • Increased risk of Dementias (Impaired Synaptogenesis and Neurotransmission)
  • Failure of Myelin Maintenance (Multiple Sclerosis Risks)
  • Neuro-muscular problems, aches and pains (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)
  • Diabetes (Insulin release inhibited)
  • Poor Maintenance of Bones and Joints
  • Suppression of protective skin secretions (Apo-B) and increased MRSA infection

We have found compelling evidence that cholesterol-sulphate is vital to good vascular health so the question is..... Why would anyone want to lower cholesterol? What is needed is a lowering of damage to lipids - caused by sugar.

Read the complete article here.