You Want Balanced, Not Lower Cholesterol?

We've all heard it a million times before. Your total cholesterol must be below 200. Or else!

Don't buy into all the hype.

Look, it would be easy for me to play on these scare tactics and tell you that a Total Cholesterol number over 200 turns your heart into a ticking time bomb.

I'm sure I'd sell more copies of my book that way.

But I couldn't sleep at night if I did that to you. Not when it's all a big lie.

I gotta tell ya'…

I'm appalled and a little stupefied that this lie has been able to go on as long as it has.

Anyone with a basic knowledge of cholesterol or simple 2nd grade math skills can see right through this.

This is just another one of those times where … when we hear something often enough … it becomes easier to believe it.

Don't just take my word for it either. It'll be plain to you soon enough…

Here's the formula for Total Cholesterol:

LDL + HDL + (Triglycerides/5) = Total Cholesterol

You've probably already heard how LDL is the "bad" cholesterol and HDL is the "good" cholesterol, right?

But many people seem to think of HDL as the "less bad" cholesterol vs. it really being good.

Make no mistake … you do want higher levels of HDL cholesterol. The higher the better. In fact, get this…

High levels of HDL cholesterol are as closely linked to longevity as any single health statistic currently being measured.

Now, let's take a look at that formula again…

LDL + HDL + (Triglycerides/5) = Total Cholesterol

So, why in the world are we adding in a number we want to be higher (HDL) with other numbers we want to be lower?

It makes absolutely no sense. Never has. Never will.

Instead, look at these 3 stats from your lipid panel…

HDL/LDL ratio: You want this at .40 or higher.

Current research shows your risk of death from cardiovascular disease begins to increase significantly around a ratio of .30-.27 or lower.

HDL/Triglycerides ratio: This should be 0.50 or higher. So in essence, your HDL number should be at least half of your triglyceride number.

Total HDL: Anything less than 40 mg/dl is a troubling warning sign. Around 60 is good. 80+ is ideal.

More math. When does "200" = Billions?

The drug companies literally have billions of dollars at stake on this 200 Total Cholesterol scare tactic.

There are unneeded prescriptions being filled every day, all because of this artificially made-up 200 Total Cholesterol number. (Oh, and just wait and see how long it takes before this "safe" number comes down below 200. Prediction: It's coming!)

If you just found out that your cholesterol is fine and never visit this site again, I'm okay with that.

I'm okay with it as long as what you just learned keeps you from experiencing the nightmare side effects of the cholesterol drugs.

If your ratios and HDL could use some improvement and you'd like to get your doctor off your back, then maybe it's time you use my proven "Crunch Cholesterol" plan.

Click here today, and you can check it out for a measly $4.95 processing fee. Start using the tips, get results, feel better, and the remaining $32.05 will be billed in 21 days. No risk. No hassles.

Fair enough?

All the best…
Colin Carmichael


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