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Dr. Campbell-McBride: Succinct on "Cholesterol" - 10

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride tells the evidence-based truth about cholesterol.


SUMMARY: Eat more healthy FATTY Foods.

 

In this video she speaks about low "cholesterol" and brain dysfunction (and eye dysfunction - same organ system!), infections, and cancers.


I URGENTLY RECOMMEND YOU WATCH THIS VIDEO.



 

In this video she speaks about the hazards of low cholesterol (with a rooster crowing in the background!)



At 12:40 of the video she says, "do not test for 'cholesterol.'"


Why? Because the reference ranges are wrong and healthy people have what your ignorant doctors consider to be high. Next, you are put on a statin drug - and nothing but harm - and no benefit results.


The symptoms of low cholesterol she articulates are exactly what are listed on the "sonic cholesterol" supplement literature.




 

Dr. Campbell-McBride speaks about in-hospital fatal infections on cholesterol-lowering drugs.

She is right as proven by Kaiser Permanente - a "standard-of-care" provider:



A multiethnic cohort of adult members of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program (55,300 men and 65,271 women) was followed for 15 years (1979-93) to assess the association between total cholesterol and risk of infections (other than respiratory and HIV) diagnosed in the in-patient setting.


NOTE: 15 YEARS AND 120,000 PEOPLE - THE DATA FROM THIS TYPE OF STUDY IS SUPERIOR TO THE "GOLD STANDARD" RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIALS.


Using multivariate Cox regression

total cholesterol was inversely and significantly related to

  • urinary tract,

  • venereal,

  • musculo-skeletal, and

  • all infections among men; and to

  • urinary tract,

  • all genito-urinary,

  • septicaemia or

  • bacteraemia,

  • miscellaneous viral site unspecified, and

  • all infections among women.

The reduction of risk of all infections associated with a 1 standard deviation. increase in total cholesterol was 8% in both men and women.

For urinary tract infections among men, as for septicaemia or bacteraemia and nervous system infections among women, the risk relation was restricted to persons aged 55-89 years. Nervous system infections were positively related to total cholesterol among women aged 25-54.


In both genders, the significant inverse association with all infections persisted after excluding the first 5 years of follow-up.


Collectively, these data are suggestive of an inverse association, between total cholesterol and incidence of infections either requiring hospitalization or acquired in the hospital.


NOTE THE STATEMENT: "INFECTIONS REQUIRING HOSPITALIZATION"


This is proof that the paper showing the cholesterol is an antibiotic is correct. See blog #4 on this topic.

 

Index & Upcoming (short) blogs on cholesterol and statins


Number 1: Cholesterol fun (true) facts - completed

Number 2: Is the actual cholesterol molecule important? c - completed

Number 3: What is an optimal TC value? Remember, no one knows their actual cholesterol molecule value. - completed

Number 4: Surprising fact about cholesterol as an antibiotic - completed

Number 5: TC simple math - dumb doctors - completed

Number 6: What is LDL really? - completed

Number 7: Statins - do they lower the cholesterol molecule? - completed

Number 8: What did we learn from the new "biologics" to lower "cholesterol" - completed

Number 9: Niacin and other "cholesterol" management treatments - completed

Number 10: What did Natasha Campbell-McBride say about cholesterol/lipids? - completed

Number 11: What is a QALY, and how does it relate to "cholesterol"?

Number 12: Idiot doctor from Johns Hopkins, Roger Blumenthal

Number 13: Statin drugs CAUSE diabetes

Number 14: Who says statins do NOT extend life?





 

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