Hacking LDL-P/apoB by Michael Cummins, Sat 23 Dec '17

Hacking LDL-P/apoB

"Of the thousands and thousands of patients I have personally seen over the years with coronary disease, I can count the number of people who lacked a prevalence of small LDL particles on one hand. It is possible for it to happen, but it's highly unusual. The vast majority of people who have coronary disease or a risk of developing it have an excess of small LDL particles. There's only one thing that causes small LDL particles and that's carbohydrates, not dietary fat. We use a low-carb diet to eliminate the expression of small LDL, which also, by the way, reduces blood sugar levels and normalizes blood vitamin D levels."

Dr. William Davis, in Cholesterol Clarity, page 99 by Jimmy Moore, Eric Westman, MD.

 

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