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An Article From: The Chris Thomas Files
“Have you ever wondered why eggs contain so much cholesterol? It is because it takes one hell of a lot of cholesterol to make a chicken.”
Quote from Dr. Malcolm Kendrick
The same applies to you. If your mother did not have sufficient cholesterol when you were conceived, you would not be here.
Cholesterol is one of the most important substances the body produces. It is manufactured in the liver and is needed by every single cell of the body (and brain cells in particular) every single second of the day. If your cholesterol levels drop, you begin to have organ failure, elastic tissue problems and memory loss, as well as depression and, if the level drops too low, aggression, suicidal tendencies and, ultimately, death.
Ever since this cholesterol question came up, I have been investigating it psychically and have not been able to find any real answers. Margarine companies, doctors and some scientific papers all say cholesterol is bad but, when I have worked with my healing clients over this issue, I have never found a cholesterol-related problem in their bodies, even when they have a medical diagnosis of ‘high cholesterol’.
If we put something toxic into the body, the body rejects it and excretes it. Substances produced by the body’s internal chemistry are only what the body needs. In other words, the body does not poison itself. All symptoms of illness are controlled by the higher self and blood problems relate to the heart chakra (see my book Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Your Body…). However, even heart chakra problems do not raise cholesterol levels, especially since you will not find cholesterol in the blood.
At long last, I have found a doctor who talks some sense on this issue… Dr. Malcolm Kendrick, author of The Great Cholesterol Con, so this next section is a precis of what Dr. Kendrick has to say.
Continue reading or download the PDF version HERE.
[Administrator’s Note: The original article was written in 2007 and posted on the now defunct Cygnus Review Blog in November 2010.]