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    Chiropractor at Healing Wave Chiropractic Warners Bay, NSW 2282Executive Board Member of the Chiropractors Association of Australia“Your body has the Innate ability to self heal … View Profile

    A poor diet high in hydrogenated oils and transfats etc and low in Vit B6, B12 and folate.
    The poor diet causes leaky gut and debris in the blood.
    The lack of B vitamins and folate prevents the breakdown of a chemical called Homocysteine.
    The above combined causes inflammation and damage to vessel walls which makes them sticky.
    More debris accumulates.
    Cholesterol (which is an innocent bystander) comes to patch up the damage and is thus blamed for the whole mess.

    Cholesterol drugs stop the body from producing cholesterol, not absorbing it.
    Cholesterol is needed for nerves, brain tissue, cell walls etc, etc, etc.
    Pretty important.

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    Tim

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