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Worried About My Low Cholesterol After Reading Dr. Peat's Latest Newsletter

Discussion in 'Cholesterol' started by lampofred, Dec 10, 2018.

  1. GAF

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    My current theory is that nearly all fatty issues are lipase related.

    LIPASE – The Universal Remedy

    Lipase is what is supposed to manage fats and cholesterol esters. Without it, you are a big glob of fat soon to die.

    See wolman disease. CESD. and the $500k per year magic treatment that is probably just the same lipase used in detergents and cheese-making.
     
  2. christina

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    I have low cholesterol too. Just last week I started eating 2 eggs a day with lots of OJ and I have been feeling better, less depressed, tired and brain fog.
    Im going to keep at it and hopefully that was the problem. Unfortunately when I try something new, it seems to work for a few days and then I go back to baseline.
     
  3. Jackrabbit

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    so I decided to try reverse psychology and see what they say lowers “bad” cholesterol and it was interesting: oats, fruits with a lot of pectin (ie apples, grapes, strawberries), and this juicy nugget:
    8. Foods fortified with sterols and stanols. Sterols and stanols extracted from plants gum up the body's ability to absorb cholesterol from food. Companies are adding them to foods ranging from margarine and granola bars to orange juice and chocolate. They're also available as supplements. Getting 2 grams of plant sterols or stanols a day can lower LDL cholesterol by about 10%.
    Here’s the rest of the article if you want to read it:
    11 foods that lower cholesterol - Harvard Health
     
  4. Jackrabbit

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    Also, I wonder if people with lower cholesterol would benefit from taking CoQ10 This article discusses statin use specifically but it states that because ldl cholesterol is what helps transfer CoQ10into cells if one is low in ldl then possibly it would be beneficial to have higher blood levels of CoQ10 to ensure enough gets into cells.
    Fighting Statin-Induced Diabetes with CoQ10 - Life Extension
    Apparently CoQ10 is “a potent antioxidant that can decrease ROS and free radicals produced by the reaction with lipid or oxygen radicals through a direct reduction back to the tocopherol,12 which in turn would result in a decreased oxidative stress and a decreased generation of PCO.”
    The effects of coenzyme Q10 supplementation on cardiometabolic markers in overweight type 2 diabetic patients with stable myocardial infarction: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
     
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