Cholesterol is the messenger telling you that something is wrong in the body. Normal cholesterol ranges should be 175 to 275 with Blood Type A people running at the lower end and Blood Type O people at the higher end, because of the way their body utilizes protein.
–Low cholesterol = inability to transport hormone in the body
–High cholesterol = not enough hormones in the cells
–A much bigger concern than high cholesterol.
–Insufficient blood fat = increased exposure to toxins
–Inability to sufficiently transport hormones to their receptor sites
–Increases risk of depression
–Need lots of Super Omega-3 EPA!
(6-9 caps per day)
–Often increased during menopause to compensate for the decreasing levels of hormones in the body.
–Don’t artificially lower cholesterol without finding the cause for the elevation or you will aggravate the problem!
–Consume fiber (Psyllium Hulls) and essential fatty acids (Super Omega-3)
As you can see, a balanced cholesterol level is crucial for your health. However, medications are NOT the answer! How many people around you are put on such medications? A healthy diet and lifestyle are the keys for maintaing a healthy cholesterol level. Fiber and good fats are the first, and most important, approaches to regulating high cholesterol.