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Dangerous Cholesterol Lowering Vaccine Jab May Be Available Soon

Researchers at the Medical University of Vienna are hard at work developing a vaccine that fights bad cholesterol. According to BBC, the cholesterol vaccine works by blocking the PCSK9 protein. This protein is responsible for allowing low density lipoprotein (LDL) to build up throughout the circulatory system. 

This cholesterol vaccine is still years away from approval and is in the safety testing stage. Its proponents assert that in a single year it can cut LDL cholesterol in half and prevent arterial blockage. Unlike a statin pill, this vaccine would not have to be taken daily, but would require annual boosters. 

There is no doubt that allopathic medicine’s current cholesterol treatments leave enormous room for improvement. Over a quarter of Americans over 45 are prescribed statins and this number is likely to increase. This, despite the fact there are plenty of reasons why you should not take statins

Statins lower cholesterol by inhibiting the enzyme in your liver that produces cholesterol (HMG coenzyme A reductase). Unfortunately, this is the same enzyme that produces not only CoQ10 but also ketones, which are crucial nutrients to feed your mitochondria. 

The cholesterol vaccine may work through a total different mechanism, but there are already PCSK9 protein inhibitors and the market. They are fraught with their own dangers. By lowering your LDL levels below 50 they will undoubtable kill many before the risks are fully realized. 

Your body needs cholesterol for the production of cell membranes, hormones, vitamin D and bile acids that help you digest fat. If your levels get too low, you increase your risk of dementia, violent and aggressive behavior, depression, suicide, cancer, Parkinson’s disease — and likely heart disease, as a result of cholesterol sulfate deficiency.

The inherent risks of PCSK9 inhibitors do not make the case for statins stronger. If you are on statins and see your cholesterol drop, it may be natural to assume you are getting healthier and lowering your risk of heart attack and heart disease. There is far more that goes into your risk of heart disease than your cholesterol levels. Further, there is evidence showing that statins may actually make your heart health worse and only appear effective due to statistical deception. If you look at absolute risk, statin drugs benefit just 1 percent of the population.

My prediction is that PCSK9 inhibitors will prove to be a catastrophic innovation. I cannot warn you enough against this terrible idea. While many worry that their cholesterol is too high, few give any thought at all to the damage that can result if your cholesterol is too low. This is a topic near and dear to my heart, as I drove (without drugs) my own total cholesterol levels down to a risky 75 when I was a naive young doctor. 

The most effective way to optimize your cholesterol profile and prevent heart disease is via diet and exercise. Seventy-five percent of your cholesterol is produced by your liver, which is influenced by your insulin levels. Therefore, if you optimize your insulin level, you will automatically optimize your cholesterol and reduce your risk of both diabetes and heart disease.

Eliminating grains and fructose from your diet is one of the most effective ways to optimize your insulin levels and boost your heart health. Use my Nutrition Plan to help you determine the ideal diet for you, and consume a good portion of your food raw and include fermented vegetables in your daily diet. Make sure you get plenty of high quality fats, while avoiding harmful fats and processed foods entirely. Do not underestimate intermittent fasting’s power to radically improve your ability to burn fat for fuel and revitalize your health. 

Restorative sleep, exercise and empowering stress management methods like the Emotional Freedom Techniques are also crucial components of a healthy lifestyle.
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