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Cholesterol: We’ve Been Wrong All Along

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If you’ve spent any time thinking about your cholesterol, you know the basics: LDL is bad. HDL is good. But beyond that glib distinction, numerous studies and real-world outcomes show that we still have much to discuss.

For many years, we’ve known that cholesterol plays a key role in cardiovascular health. No one will argue against the fact that high cholesterol is associated with a higher risk of heart attack and stroke. But as science advances, so does our understanding of cholesterol and how it affects the body. What we’ve thought about cholesterol for decades may have been incorrect, requiring us—along with researchers and healthcare professionals—to rethink our position and take an unbiased look at new data.   Continue reading

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Cholesterol Is Not the Enemy—FREE Webcast with Dr. Spencer Nadolsky

dr_spencer_nadolsky Check out this free webcast by WellnessFX practitioner Spender Nadolsky!

In this webcast, you’ll learn the truth about cholesterol and its effects on heart health, brain health, fitness, and longevity, and we’ll discuss the role that inflammation, lipoproteins, and insulin resistance play in heart disease.

Dr. Nadolsky is a physician who prescribes evidence-based lifestyle changes before medication, with a focus on weight loss and cholesterol management.

Besides his work as a family medicine resident physician and weight-loss coach, Dr. Nadolsky is a fitness buff and dedicated biohacker whose creative self-experiments reveal surprising things about our commonly held beliefs about diet and wellness.

The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice of any kind. Any information in these posts should not be acted upon without consideration of primary source material and professional input from one's own healthcare professionals.