Lowering Cholesterol Is Dangerous – Beware of These Side Effects

Lowering bad cholesterol does not reduce the risk for the development on heart disease and stroke. Often times referred to as the cholesterol myth, it’s time to re-evaluate our health policies on this issue.

Cholesterol reduction can actually contribute to lowering bile acids, vitamin D, CoQ10, and sex steroids like testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone.

By blocking these important nutrients and hormones, you can actually increase your risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, dementia (Alzheimer’s), muscle pain, fatigue, low hormones, poor digestion.

If you are looking to lower LDL, new evidence shows that a low carb diet or keto diet can help lower LDL naturally.

Research – https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-10-ldl-cholesterol-heart-disease.html

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