Cholesterol and modern day science

As we progress in science at unprecedented rate, our health care system are unable to catch up, this is a fact. Even the often out spoken WHO are just as sluggish. Take the case of lead poisoning for example. It has been known to scientists that even a single atom of lead is one too […]

As we progress in science at unprecedented rate, our health care system are unable to catch up, this is a fact. Even the often out spoken WHO are just as sluggish. Take the case of lead poisoning for example. It has been known to scientists that even a single atom of lead is one too many for human biological system, yet it continue to give guidelines of minimum allowable level. Our S- and S-S bonds are vital chemical bonds for biological functions, not to be toyed with lead poisoning. How many governments has gotten the message? There are still lead pipes in the United States undetected today for human and animal use.
Cholesterol is to me the most profound erroneously recognized problem in the world, but I can understand this because the profits for the drug companies and medical kick backs are just too sweet to change. Who had ever scientifically proven to us that Cholesterol is bad for health. I got so mad at the medical world so I made a YouTube presentation (in Cantonese) when I was in HK.

I have experimented with my body for the past two years to figure out just what really cause us getting fat; every time when I consume large amount of carbohydrates along with meat and vegetables, my glucose level goes steadily high for prolong period of time, and my urine is always cloudy. Every time when I just consume nice green vegetables and lots and lots of pork, or beef or chicken, my urine stays clear, crystal clear. Clearly the absorption and spill over of fats, including cholesterols, are not linear. Culprit is the carbohydrates.

I love eating Chinese buns made of pork and shrimp and cabbage, yet, this is a killer of health.

Don’t blame it on me!