Foods that contribute to excess cholesterol

So much to say

I really thought it would only take me two Reality Health Checks to discuss my utter abhorrence of statin medications…but I’ve been thinking about it all weekend, and it turns out that the more I get into it, the more there is to say. I guess I just never realized how much is really involved in this entire cholesterol business (and believe me, it is a business).

I suppose the reason I never realized the extent of the situation is because cholesterol simply isn’t a problem for my patients.

First of all, I look at each of my patients as individuals. Each person’s body is a different living organism and there is no evidence to support the idea that each of us should have the same level of cholesterol. So, generally speaking, I believe you probably have the level of cholesterol that is necessary for your body to function properly.

But if someone’s levels do happen to be a bit high, I don’t worry much about it–because when you follow my New Hamptons Health Miracle, your cholesterol goes down naturally (as do your triglycerides, which is even more important).

You see, eating this way eliminates the foods that contribute to “excess” cholesterol. And I’m not talking about cheeseburgers or bacon and eggs (those are some of the decadent “treats” you can enjoy any time you want on my plan).

The fact is, it’s almost always the French fries, the bread, the white-flour pasta, and especially the sugar that actually cause any potential cholesterol problems. Replace them with the unbelievably rich and delicious foods included in the New Hamptons Health Miracle, and your cholesterol will “correct” itself.

Simple as that.