What is The Nature of Cholesterol?

cardiovascular diseaseCholesterol gives strength to cell membranes; it has several critical functions in cellular activation and activity. Cholesterol is incorporated into the cell membrane whether in its original pure form, or in its damaged form, which typically happens from oxidation via food processing. It will either work well, if undamaged (fully functional), or work poorly and produce a chemical imbalance if damaged.

Cholesterol’s function is to transport all fatty acids particularly Parent omega 6 fatty acids. The Parent omega 6 in any form (interesterified fats, transfats, etc.) replaces the structurally intact Parent omega 6s in this transport system creating a deficiency of fully functional Parent omega 6. If the Parent omega 6 in cholesterol is in pure form, it will surely work well. But if it is in adulterated form, it will work poorly and cause inflammation. To solve the problem of cholesterol, you have to tackle the root of the problem, and that is to supply the body with high quality fully functional Parent omega 6s.

Cholesterol has been vilified by the pharmaceutical industry in an effort to convince the medical establishment to use their cholesterol-lowering drugs to wipe the “scourage” of cholesterol from the earth. But science clearly shows cholesterol is an essential structural part of the cell membrane and only causes disease when it has been damaged. Instead of wiping it out, we need to preserve its structural integrity.  Cholesterol is the transport system of PEOs.  “Bad cholesterol” [LDL] is produced from carbohydrates. Basic Medical Biochemistry – A Clinical Approach, pages: 25-26, 512. PEOs are magnetized to cholesterol via a condensation reaction resulting in esterified cholesterol. The solution to prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) lies in understanding its tie to PEOs.

 

Mike Maunu – Founder
Oxygen4Life.com

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