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Why & How Not To Fear Cholesterol

Discussion in 'Scientific Studies' started by Liubo, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. Liubo

    Liubo Member

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    Hi guys,
    found these two gems today, I was trying to explain the short fuse I've had at work lately as well as getting the blues out of nowhere. Turns out cholesterol level has a little something to do with the way you feel, ya know, on the inside. Enjoy these - and get some coconut oil today if you haven't!

    Vegetable Oil and homicide
    Increasing homicide rates and linoleic acid consumption among five Western countries, 1961-2000. - PubMed - NCBI

    Cholesterol, Aggression, Depression
    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1933287413000482

    Oh, and this one - yes, it's a Psychology Today page, but it links to no less than seven articles on the bad mental effects of low cholesterol, and this is the easy way to throw those links up on Peat forum : P
    Low Cholesterol and Suicide
     
  2. ecstatichamster

    ecstatichamster Member

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    Nice! Thank you!
     
  3. zebigrick

    zebigrick New Member

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    And more to support the Peatview on the positives of high cholesterol...

    Drugmaker Eli Lilly has done a large 12,000 subject, 18 month study on its cholesterol reducing agent evacetrapib. The drug reduced LDL by 37 percent, but "did not translate into any reduction in the study's primary endpoint: the amount of time until cardiovascular death, heart attack, stroke, coronary artery bypass surgery or hospitalization for chest pain due to unstable angina, a restriction in the flow of blood through the heart's arteries."

    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/04/160403200139.htm

    Back to the "step on the symptom not the cause" drawing board, I guess.
     
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