GUGUL AND LIPOPROTEINS

These days we have a fervent dietary school of thought committed to sharply reducing fats in our diet. As a nation we have gotten so fat (33 percent of our population is obese), that it is obvious that we must cut down our fat intake. Unfortunately, the American Heart Association and many other health pracitioners are missing a key item: that lowered fat intake can result in declines in HDL (good, cholesterol-reducer) as well as LDL and Very Low Density Lipoproteins. Also, less lipid-soluble vitamins such as beta-carotene, retinol (vit. A), tocopherol (vit. E), and vitamins D and K would be absorbed. The Indian Journal of Medicine reported some amazing results in a 16-week trial analyzing the effects of gugul and HDL. Let me summarize the results so you donít have to run down to UCSF to pull the article: HDL levels ("good" cholesterol) increased by 35 percent!

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