The bad cholesterol versus good cholesterol is a common theme for discussion about a diet. LDL cholesterol (bad) or low density lipoprotein is simply a waxy steroid of fat. HDL cholesterol (good) or high density lipoprotein is a form of cholesterol who’s job is to transport cholesterol from veins back to liver. This process is important because cholesterol cannot be dissolved in the blood. So the production and absorption of a cholesterol is in full control of your body. A cholesterol is important for proper hormonal function of testosterone, repairing and building of cells. So what is the problem? Why your body is putting so much cholesterol into your veins that could later kill you? Answer is very simple. To save your life, to hold you alive as much as possible, that’s your body job. It can look curious but it is so. The problem is your diet. Your blood PH have to be 7,365. Always. A difference of 0,1 means death. So the rules are simple – eat food that results in alkaline digestion – fresh raw vegetables and fruit. When you eat acid forming food, your body will store cholesterol in your veins to protect them against damage by an acid. So if you want to live longer, cooperate with your body, because the body is only one person who is always on your side.
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