Understanding the root problem with cholesterol.
LDL cholesterol, or low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, is a fat that circulates in the blood, moving cholesterol around the body to where it is needed for cell repair and depositing it inside of artery walls.
The LDL receptor is found in the liver and most other tissues.The liver releases cholesterol to cell membranes, many hormones, and helps with utilization of vitamin D.
Low density lipids are an important part of the body healing.
When we get on statins,it stops the production of cholesterol.
Statins are over a 19 billion dollar a year industry.
Cholesterol is vital to “maintain the integrity and fluidity of cell membranes” and also in working with hormones, bile acids, and vitamin D. I find a huge correlation between those on statins and vitamin D deficiency, when living in Florida and sunlight should have plenty of vitamin D!
Find the reason your blood is irritated, and solve that. Strengthen your liver and watch the LDL’s go down.
Side effects of statins include headache, dizziness, sickness, weakness, digestion problems,IBS, muscle pain, sleep and low platelets.
Remember that high LDL’s low density lipids means your body is irritated. Resolve that!