How to keep healthy cholesterol levels without hurting your T

Most cholesterol treatments tank men’s T with disastrous results

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—-Important Message—-

The secret connection between cholesterol and testosterone

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Years ago, I was put on a cholesterol lowering treatment and I was NEVER warned of the side effects or given natural alternatives…

… and I don’t think I have to tell you… but when that thing downstairs stops working, you notice it fast.

It took me years to find out, but it was the treatment the doctor gave me that was ruining my testosterone.

Luckily, with the help of some friends I quickly found a safe way to reverse these effects.

Now I can maintain a healthy cholesterol without sacrificing my sex life, and I still get all the benefits of having high T.

Here’s what I’m doing to keep high testosterone and healthy cholesterol without any tablets whatsoever


This 1 temporary thing can skew your cholesterol results

The cholesterol hypothesis suggests that increases in blood cholesterol cause the buildup of plaque in blood vessels.

And this plaque supposedly leads to cardiovascular disease and is a major cause of death.

I’ve outlined in many articles the reason why I believe that cholesterol is not a cause of disease…

…but may be an indicator that other things are going wrong with the body.

Nevertheless, our medical culture is obsessed with cholesterol levels.

Another problem with this theory is the fact that doctors rarely take into account things which can cause major changes in cholesterol levels.

One of these is infectious disease.

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The human research was carried out at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, and the Presbyterian Hospital in New York City. This paper was published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

The series of experiments were done decades ago, but I believe they are now completely overlooked…

… and yet the findings are very important for our understanding of cholesterol levels.

The researchers first carried out an experiment showing that cholesterol levels in healthy people are very stable over long periods of time.

“In a previous report the relative stability of the serum cholesterol level was demonstrated in normal subjects over long periods of time.”

A number of dietary experiments were carried out, and none of them caused major changes to cholesterol levels in healthy people.

“The cholesterol values were not altered significantly by the feeding of diets high or low in fat or cholesterol, or by the ingestion of potassium iodide.”

The researchers did find something that I’ve been pointing to for years – thyroid hormone rapidly and reliably reduces cholesterol levels.

In fact, one of the reasons why high cholesterol is associated with cardiovascular disease and death…

…is because some people with high cholesterol are actually suffering from the effects of hypothyroidism.

“Thyroid extract produced a sharp fall in serum cholesterol which was followed by a rise above normal when thyroid feeding was discontinued.”

  • Cholesterol is needed for a lot of things in the body.
  • It’s the building block of our major hormones.
  • It’s essential for brain health.
  • Cholesterol even helps us to deal with low and high level infections.

The researchers point toward experiments showing that infections lead to rapidly decreased cholesterol.

“Acute infection is also known to produce hypocholesterolemia. This was shown a number of years ago by Denis and Kipp and by numerous workers since.”

This can be an important factor when you consider that many people are taking cholesterol-lowering treatments.

This can greatly increase risk factors in people with infectious disease where the combination of both these factors could drive cholesterol very low indeed.

On the other hand, information from children suffering infectious disease showed a rise in cholesterol levels right after recovery.

“Stoesser reported that a plasma cholesterol determination made in infants or children convalescent from an acute infection was higher than one obtained at the height of the febrile episode.”

So the researchers set out to discover what happens to cholesterol levels in otherwise healthy people with stable cholesterol…

…in the months after they suffer a serious infection.

“The present study was undertaken in an attempt to demonstrate what happens to the serum cholesterol of individuals who develop an acute infection-an infection which was, in these instances, pneumonia.”

During infection, cholesterol levels dropped to a dangerously low level.

This may be because all of the cholesterol is being used up in order to deal with the infectious agents.

“During the febrile period of pneumonia there is hypocholesterolemia.”

But there was a reaction to this – after the acute infection was over, cholesterol levels rose well above normal.

“As soon as the fever subsided the serum cholesterol value in each patient rose, and for a variable time during convalescence strikingly wide fluctuations occurred in the cholesterol level.”

The cholesterol levels averaged well above normal for a few months, but the levels were not stable, dipping up and down for a protracted period.

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Cholesterol dips then increases after fever subsides,

with wild fluctuations before a return to normal about 3 months later.

Infection causes a rapid decrease followed by a significant increase in cholesterol which does not normalize for about 3 months.

“The marked instability of the serum cholesterol values may persist for weeks or months before the stabilized level assumed to be normal is reached.”

Lacking this knowledge can be dangerous.

People with low cholesterol, or who are being treated with cholesterol-lowering treatments…

…are at increased risk of major side-effects if their healthcare professionals are not aware of the varying effects of infectious disease on cholesterol levels.

You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.

—-Important Message About Your Natural Immunity—-

How to stop getting sick all the time — gives you an ironclad immune system

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Men who get sick — they are sick due to their body’s reaction against a virus.

Have you ever known someone deathly allergic to bee stings?

If a bee stings them, their body shuts down their breathing passages.

They don’t die from the bee sting — they die from their body’s reaction to the bee sting.

It’s the same with a virus.

People who get really sick or actually die from a virus — this happens because of their own body’s reaction to the virus.

Doctors call this a cytokine storm — cytokines are inflammatory chemicals that your body uses to fight a virus.

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And those cytokines can kill us.

However — if we can get control over our cytokines, we are like the person who is deathly allergic to bee stings, but has an Epipen in their back pocket.

We take the medicine — and it combats the cytokines. The person lives.

It is even quite possible that if we fight the cytokines, we can get a virus and not even know we have it!

Here’s how to boost your natural immunity and stay healthy in a world full of viruses


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.