Movie Synopsis:

Millions of people around the world are currently taking medications to lower their cholesterol. In England alone, around 7 million people are taking cholesterol-lowering statins in the hope of reducing their risk of a heart attack. But an increasing number of doctors and researchers are questioning the supposed link between cholesterol and heart disease.

At the same time, many people are concerned about the mass prescription of medications. In particular, prescribing medications to people who are, for the most part, perfectly healthy.

In this film we are going to ask if the facts about cholesterol and heart disease have been distorted by pharmaceutical companies keen to increase their profits, and if our health authorities are doing their job to protect us from these commercial interests.

29 billion dollars is a conservative estimate of the current value of the cholesterol-lowering industry.

29 billion pounds is what cardiovascular disease costs the UK economy each year.

If the focus on cholesterol has been a mistake, then the greatest cost is associated with the lost opportunity to tackle heart disease.

Writer & Producer: Justin Smith

Director: Stephen Ellis

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Winston’s Comment:

Since time immemorial man has been seeking high-density fats as the highest prized energy source. Take a look at the Russians, Eskimos, those who live in extreme cold country in all parts of the planet, they eat super high volumes, of high-density fats and usually they have very low cholesterol readings. This 100% fabricated cholesterol myth driving people to consume statin drugs, heart surgery, and feeling like slugs because one can’t find enough energy to get through the day. I see teenagers and young people taking those five hour energy boosts like its going out of style essentially our burning the candle on both sides aging rapidly, loosing their hair, and their youth like a rocket ride. Its time that people recognized the old wisdom good “clean” high density fat has always and will always be the ideal source of high energy.

Notice I said clean that means no steroids, hormones, antibiotics, and animal fed on genetically engineered corn and soy. Consumption of high density never has caused high cholesterol numbers but the propaganda that has been heavily poured down the general population and med schools has come to a point where we don’t even need to inspect the scientific evidence we all know cholesterol means BAD, avoid high density fats. Every school child over the age of ten knows what cholesterol is it’s something BAD. Its time that we reverse this fiendish propaganda and start eating some high density fats from clean sourced animals and when that is too difficult to find you always have certified organic coconut oil, which is an extremely good alternative which will enhance your strength, health, and the luster in your hair.

The power of coconut oil

Two vital points in picking good coconut oil is that it must smell wonderful and you must be able to stick a teaspoon full in your mouth and it too must taste very good. If it smells like nothing and tastes horrible that is a low-grade coconut oil that has been bleached, heat-treated, solvent applied and the final product generally has additional preservatives.

You can generally tell by the price cheap coconut oil is about $2.50 to $3.50 a pound and the good coconut oil generally starts from $7 to $9 a pound and can go up to as high as $18 a pound. I have also seen unscrupulous merchants sell $12 to $15 a pound coconut oil, which happens to be the cheap coconut oil. So again go buy your nose and taste that is the only true test.

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