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Whether you have methylation problems or a chronic disease of some kind, making sure your cholesterol levels are optimized is key for the healing process.  New science is challenging the idea that high cholesterol is bad and low cholesterol is good.  We’ve been “managing” cholesterol levels for 50 years and we are getting sicker, not healthier.  The reason is that cholesterol is the most important fatty molecule in side your body!

Less is not better and there is always some reason – an infection, inflammation, sick gallbladder, etc. – that causes cholesterol levels to rise.  The body is never making a mistake.  When a blood test confirms that cholesterol levels are out of range or imbalanced, then just giving the body drugs to make less cholesterol is the last thing you would want to do.  Its important to find the reason WHY the cholesterol is high and treat that problem.  Putting people on cholesterol-lowering medication isn’t saving lives, its hurting them!

Listen to Dr. Rostenberg discuss and share his insights into why cholesterol is a key molecule for optimizing your health and your genes. Far from being a problem, high cholesterol is actually an intelligent response by our body which protects us from serious, life-threatening diseases like Alzheimer’s and sepsis. For assistance with optimizing your cholesterol and to reduce/eliminate your symptoms, please contact Dr. Rostenberg at Red Mountain Natural Medicine today. Phone 208-322-7755. Email redmountainclinic@gmail.com. Website http://www.beyondmthfr.com and http://www.redmountainclinic.com

4 Comments

  • April 13, 2015 Reply

    Claudia Shannon

    I have a 25 year old son who had been diagnosed with Autism. He also struggles with a low IQ, IBS and severe migraines. We have recently discovered he has low cholesterol. I now wonder if his neurological problems are actually a result of the low cholesterol levels.

    • April 14, 2015 Reply

      Dr. Rostenberg

      Low cholesterol is a big challenge to the brain and will make any neurological issue more challenging. – Dr. Rostenberg

  • April 14, 2015 Reply

    Lori Knowles-Jimenez

    There is a solution that has helped a lot of people – and in most cases -increases their cholesterol levels, especially when they dislike or are allergic to eggs. Might be worth looking at. A physician referral is required. http://nbnus.net/shopexd.asp?id=399

    • April 16, 2015 Reply

      Dr. Rostenberg

      Cool product Lori and thanks for sharing that with our audience. – Dr. Rostenberg

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