"Saturated Fat & Cholesterol Lies" from "Fat Head" (2008)





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Published on Nov 2, 2013

Everything we've been taught about saturated fats and cholesterol as bad for us IS WRONG!!!

Clean saturated (coconut & olive oils and fats from grass-fed animals) fat and cholesterol are actually very good for you, despite what we have been taught and widely accepted in the medical profession for the last 37 years. Actually we need both of them for good health. Clean saturated fats are our body's best fuel source, keep us from overeating, keep our blood sugar & insulin low, and turn us into fat burning machines.

Cholesterol is vital to repair cell & artery damage, build & maintain our brains, hormones, skin and hair. Low cholesterol below 160 is a predictor of depression, suicide, violent behavior, stroke and cancer. Trying to keep our cholesterol low is creating a war on ourselves as every cell in our body can make its own cholesterol if we are not enough through our food. Our brains are made of fat and cholesterol and need both for good brain health.

Heart disease is not caused by saturated fat and cholesterol, but rather stress, high blood sugar, smoking, and/or inflammation.

This is most cutting-edge nutritional science, well ahead of conventional beliefs and medical practices.

Go to FatHead-theMovie.com to get your own copy of this remarkable film. And go to YouAreWhatYour FoodAte.com or JimmyLangkop.com for more info about clean food nutrition. And go watch "You Are What Your Food Ate" on YouTube.

Jimmy Langkop 11/1/13

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