Keep it Real TV Episode 4

Video by Dr. Chad Larson

In episode 4 of his video series, Dr. Larson discusses: 

  • The medications used for cardiovascular disease
  • What statin medications are and how they work
  • How lowering cholesterol does not reduce the risk factor of cardiovascular disease
  • The conflicting scientific reports on cholesterol
  • How statin medications negatively affect cardiovascular health by blocking production of co-enzyme Q10 and other important nutrients
  • Why we depend so heavily of statin medications
  • What cardiovascular disease is at its roots
  • How fish oils have been shown to be anti-inflammatory
  • Guidelines of an anti-inflammatory diet for prevention
  • Should there even be concern about cholesterol for heart disease
  • How prevention of cardiovascular disease should look to inflammatory factors
  • Why cholesterol is vital for your health

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