The reason for that is that your body manufactures 80% to 90% of your cholesterol.
Really, very little of it comes from the diet. Most people seem to have a genetically
preset level for the cholesterol in their body, maybe in a range. But they’re generally
going to seek to stay within that range. So, if somebody cuts all the cholesterol out of
their diet, their body will simply start making a little bit more to bring it back up into the
But sugar. Sugar is really the fall when it comes to cardiovascular disease. You see,
we’ve placed all this emphasis on cholesterol, we’ve taken it off sugar, and that’s the
problem. Then you’re getting more insulin responses, and we know that insulin is the
number one indicator for inducing what we call inflammation of blood vessels.
Hmmmmm! And this video was released way before the popularity of the keto diet. Are you on one, too @Falstaff?
Hey that’s still a good start. Just keep at it and ignore your eating and then once it’s become a habit, then you can tackle the eating part!