By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
September 12, 2018
- Why do people with normal cholesterol levels have heart attacks?
- It’s not the cholesterol, it’s the lipoproteins!
- Two urgent “cholesterol” tests most doctors never perform
You hear about it all the time. The friend or co-worker with perfect cholesterol readings and normal blood pressure… who appears to be in the greatest of health… then lands in the hospital with chest pain.
The next thing you know, they’ve been operated on for one or more blockages and are suddenly considered a “heart patient”.
This type of thing isn’t all that unusual. In fact, somewhere around 75 percent of patients hospitalized for a heart attack have normal levels of cholesterol.
Why are so many people with normal cholesterol levels having heart attacks? And, could you be next? Continue reading