Scandalous Lies About Cholesterol
Cholesterol is absolutely not unhealthy,
produces most of the required cholesterol. but essential.
Would that be the case if cholesterol was un-healthy ? Decreased blood-cholesterol level causes de-pressions and sleeplessness, as a warning Of course not. You can say nature is cruel or whatever, but no one can say nature is illogi-cal. The only bad cholesterol is cholesterol that has been oxidized due to the influence of If you consume lots of cholesterol, the body heat. Overcooking your food kills enzymes. To just produces and also (re-)absorbs less ; One prevent vascular diseases, consume as little purpose of cholesterol for example, is to be overcooked food or prepared food in general. transformed into bile acids, to decompose consumed fats. After digestion these bile ac- Essential Cholesterol 10 to 20% of the brain is ids are re-transformed into cholesterol, de- composed of cholesterol. Therefore it is abso- pendent on the need for cholesterol. lutely not true that a low cholesterol level is healthier. Like it isn't true that a low blood- Logically, it is not a problem at all to consume glucose level is healthier. Both a low glucose- cholesterol from live whole foods, unless. and a low cholesterol level are proof that your much damaged cholesterol is absorbed.
Damaged Cholesterol is usually caused by
When cholesterol level is low, you will get ill over heating, cholesterol in food and be-
sooner. (1)
comes oxidized.
When cholesterol level is low, it is bad for the Through oxidation, the cholesterol molecules liver and the brain. (2)
gain or lose atoms, originating new choles-terol-like molecules. Due to the influence of Adequate cholesterol is so essential that your heat, approximately 30% of cholesterol oxi- body warns you with depressions if your cho- dizes into oxy-cholesterols. About 6% of
lesterol level is too low. The lower the choles- oxy-cholesterol is absorbed into the body. (20)
terol level, the deeper the depression (and the
more aggressive). (3) Numerous scientific in-
Due to heat cholesterol oxidizes into new vestigations have shown that the cholesterol level was clearly lower in people who at- cholesterol, 5beta, 6beta-epoxycholesterol tempted or succeeded in committing suicide. and 5alpha, 6alpha-epoxycholesterol. (20)
membrane permeability, the functioning of based on the action of serotonine) Choles- LDL-receptors (causing hypercholesteremia), terol-products like progesterone, estradiol and division of cholesterol among different cell- testosterone increase serotonine-receptor ac- types, the synthesis of prostaglandin, and tivity (17) ; a low cholesterol level therefore
cause arteriosclerosis. (13) Excessive 7keto-
decreases serotonine-receptor activity. (16)
Cholesterol-, 4alpha- and / or 7beta-hydroxycholesterol can cause vascular dis- Because it is that important, the body itself eases (21).
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Cholesterol Synthesis
most unnatural oxy-cholesterols are dam-aged, blocking further adequate transforma- Oxy-cholesterols also originate in the choles- tions, and causing accumulation of cholesterol terol-bile acids cycle, but these natural oxy- and oxy-cholesterols. Crystallized cholesterol cholesterols do inhibit synthesis of cholesterol by the body, to maintain the ideal cholesterol level. Oxy-cholesterols in over cooked and/or Next through 7alpha-hydroxycholesterol, cho- prepared food, however, are mostly “strange” lesterols are also transformed into bile acids oxy-cholesterols, and are not 'recognized' by the body. Therefore, most oxy-cholesterols hydroxy-5-cholestenonic acid. (24) These
from this type of food do not inhibit choles- transformations also require undamaged cho- terols synthesis, increasing cholesterol level. Therefore, absorbing oxy-cholesterols
Natural oxy-cholesterols, like 24,25(S)-Epoxy from prepared food can cause cancer. (13)
cholesterol and 24(S)-Hydroxycholesterol, in-hibit production of cholesterol (through mavo- Fighting Oxy-cholesterols Increased choles- lanate = pro-cholesterol) (22)
terol level, nor vascular diseases, nor cancer is caused by cholesterol. Decomposition of Cholesterol The combined level of natural (oxy-) cholesterol and unnatu- Lowering cholesterol level is therefore as ral oxy-cholesterols can be further increased clever as cutting down all forests to prevent by unnatural oxy-cholesterols blocking trans- formation of cholesterol into bile acids. (7)
The only way to prevent oxy-cholesterols from And most unnatural oxy-cholesterols cannot causing diseases is to reduce the intake of Because unnatural oxy-cholesterols cause Foods containing most oxy-cholesterols are accumulation of (oxy-) cholesterols, there logi- cholesterol-containing foods that have been cally is much damaged cholesterol (8) and -
over heated and / or frozen a number of times fats (9) in arteriosclerotic plaque. Some of
; products containing eggs (14), but especially
these directly harm arteries. (10)
-dried egg, -cheese and -milk powder, and The transformation of cholesterol into bile ac- meat products. (15)
LXRbeta-receptors in the liver, which are influ- herbs, fruits, and sprouted nuts containing vi- tamin C, E and ß-carotene, which prevent Hydroxycholesterol, 24(S)-Hydroxycholesterol cholesterol-oxidation inside the body. Do not and 24(S), 25-Epoxycholesterol. (23) 7beta-
hydroxycholesterol and 3,5cholestane-7-dione strongly inhibit the transformation of choles- terol into bile acids. (7)
Why are there so many
'misunderstandings' about cholesterol ?
hydroxylase- syntheses. This enzyme adds a hydrogen- and an oxygen-atom to cholesterol, Because you can make big bucks by scaring originating 7alpha-hydroxycholesterol. Subse- people. Billions of dollars have been made by quently more substitutions take place where selling 'cholesterol-level-lowering' drugs and -margarines, and expensive HDL/LDL- 2002 Concepts For Health, Inc. d/b/a SRherbs.com
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