I don’t have a medical license and haven’t even practiced medicine on T.V but believe do to logic that there might be individuals who’s high Cholesterol levels might actually be a good thing for their overall health. What happens if someone does everything according to the book by eating the “right foods”, exercising on a regular basis, reducing their stress levels (to a normal degree) but still has high LDL Cholesterol level. Is it possible that this level is right for such an individual? Could it be that if we reduce this level in this individual by drugs that we will hurt this individual in other areas of their body such as dietary conditions or the immune response?
I don’t believe this is the case where the levels are way off the chart but might be the case for those individuals who are on the borderline. Each individuals chemistry is a bit different therefore I believe each persons body might work better in different conditions then another would. I know I could be wrong not only because I have no medical degree but because I have such difficulty spelling Cholesterol as a whole, so please SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ESPECIALLY IF YOU CAN SPELL THIS WORD AND/OR HAVE A MEDICAL DEGREE.