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Cholesterol and the Health of Your Body

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By Mortagy RashedPublished 2 years ago 3 min read
Cholesterol and the Health of Your Body
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What exactly is this cholesterol-related substance? "a sterol, abundant in animal fats, brain, and nervous tissue , meat, and eggs, that functions within the body as a membrane constituent and as a precursor of steroid hormones and bile acids: high levels within the blood are related to arteriosclerosis and gallstones," consistent with Webster's College Dictionary, 1995 edition.

That's quite a phrase. On the other hand, the body cannot produce sex hormones, adrenal hormones, or vitamin D without cholesterol. Excess cholesterol is converted to bile acids in the liver, which is then excreted in the feces.

High cholesterol levels, according to some specialists, have little to do with dietary intake. There is a link between high blood cholesterol and the risk of coronary heart disease. However, it's important to distinguish between total blood cholesterol and the cholesterol carried by HDL in the blood (high-density lipoprotein).

Check the total cholesterol to HDL-cholesterol ratio first before beginning a stringent cholesterol-lowering treatment. Any medical doctor can calculate this risk ratio with a simple blood test.

However, when there is a reason to be concerned about one's blood work, there is hope. But keep in mind that the human body is a marvelous mechanism continually striving for better health. It needs accurate information to assist it.

This "knowledge" I'm referring to is about more than just good nutrition. Try to find an excellent nutritional source and eat more raw fruits and vegetables and drink pure water.

Dr. Linus Pauling's research established the importance of Vitamin C in assisting the body in dislodging and eliminating dangerous artery plaque many years ago. If you went to your local health shop or pharmacy to get Vitamin C, you probably wouldn't get the same results as Dr. Pauling. What is the reason for this?

Because nutrients must be in the suitable electrical matrix to be helpful to the human body, Vitamin C, for example, is available all over the world as a synthetic supplement, usually in the form of a chewable tablet. Unfortunately, isolated Vitamin C lacks a sufficient electrical matrix, rendering it as worthless as sawdust to the human body. Instead, Vitamin C must be mixed with trace minerals, bioflavonoids, and electrolytes in a matrix form. The human body can use the nutritional information in Vitamin C when it is introduced in this specific matrix or pattern.

For the past 40 or 50 years, vitamin C has been proven to lower cholesterol levels. That is not new information. Because the liver creates low-density cholesterol (LDL), which is then sent out to patch up arteries, so we don't die of internal bleeding, most of us have high cholesterol—which means high plaque levels within the blood, veins, and arteries. Low-density cholesterol accumulates over time and forms plaque. It eventually clogs the arteries, causing us to have a stroke.

You assist the body's ability to create collagen when you begin eating vitamin C in the optimal electrical sequence. Plaque is discharged from the artery walls as the collagen restructures the arteries and veins. Cholesterol levels initially rise. Then they plummet. Plaque buildup in your arteries decreases.

Because you now have collagen to construct tissue, your liver stops manufacturing LDL.

Adding high-quality, plant-based enzymes to your dietary program helps the body catch stray protein profiles (plaque), breakdown them in the bloodstream, and send them to the liver, which eliminates them from your body. All of the tools for a clean and well-fed body are present... which indicates that this condition may go away, as it has in many cases.

Please don't be intimidated by the technical language. Simply change your way of life and your dietary habits. When you combine this with supplements that simulate natural creation, you've got a successful formula. And who knows, maybe you'll be the next to have a success story of your own!



About the Creator

Mortagy Rashed

I strive to bridge the gap between healthcare professionals and the general public, making the latest medical advancements and treatments

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