Eggs, Butter, Whole Raw Milk, Cheese and Fatty Meats
December 15, 2009 by Bob Livingston
The cholesterol myth has led the public to reject foods like eggs, butter, whole raw milk, cheese and fatty meats, and that myth is the foundation for the multi-billion dollar cholesterol (statin drug) industry. The ploy is to create a crisis and give a profitable solution.
The public is told that these foods are the major sources of cholesterol. What the public is not told is that these foods also carry the best antidote for cholesterol. The phospholipids and lecithins are always naturally associated with cholesterol. The loss of these phospholipids, by omitting the above foods, is more certain to cause serious trouble than any excess of cholesterol. You must have a balance of good high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol for optimum heart and brain function.
The natural phospholipids in natural food which include lecithins are a part of the vitamin E complex. The E complex loses as much as 99 percent of its potency if the associated phospholipids are removed as is done with synthetic and manufactured foods.
Cholesterol is not a health issue and is not a marker for heart disease or cancer if natural foods such as those listed above are eaten. They carry their own antidote phospholipids and lecithins.