http://ipodmaxzeny.blogspot.com/2014/01/cholesterol-lowering-drug-statin-and.htmlWe have to debunk that saturated fat is bad. Without cholesterol, we will die. • Saturated fat found in butter, coconut oil, does not solidify at room temperature, 21 °C (70 °F). It will not solidify in our body because body temperature is at 37C (98.6F). So it will not clog our arteries. • Statin, a cholesterol lowering drug, is dangerous. You will die without cholesterol. It serves as a “band-aid” in our body. When there is damage to the cells, the liver delivers cholesterol to patch the damage.

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We have to debunk that saturated fat is bad. Without cholesterol, we will die.
 

  • Saturated fat found in butter, coconut oil, does not solidify at room temperature, 21 °C (70 °F). It will not solidify in our body because body temperature is at 37C (98.6F). So it will not clog our arteries.

 

Statin, a cholesterol lowering drug, is dangerous. You will die without cholesterol. It serves as a “band-aid” in our body. When there is damage to the cells, the liver delivers cholesterol to patch the damage.

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