Dr Oz: Does High Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease? & Particle Size Test

Dr Oz Recap April 17 2013 – Does High Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease?

This Dr. Oz episode originally aired back in December 2012 when he sat down with two guests, Dr. Stephen Sinatra and Dr. Jonny Bowden. They authored the book The Great Cholesterol Myth and their controversial belief that cholesterol is not to blame for causing heart disease has gotten them a great deal of attention, especially from the medical community. Dr. Oz then shared a new medical test for checking your cholesterol that could literally change your life!

Dr Oz: Cholesterol Does Not Cause Heart Disease?

Dr Oz: Does High Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease? & Particle Size Test

Dr Oz talked to two physicians who believe cholesterol does not cause heart disease and they explained why as well what you should actually be concerned about.

Dr. Oz and his guests, Dr. Stephen Sinatra and Dr. Jonny Bowden, discussed the radical idea that cholesterol has nothing to do with heart disease. Dr. Sinatra and Dr. Bowden explained why they believe cholesterol does not cause heart disease as well as what they think you should really be concerned about. Dr. Oz explained the difference between LDL  and HDL cholesterol to help you better understand what is happening in your body.

Dr Oz: Cholesterol Does Not Cause Heart Disease? LDL Vs HDL & Plaque

Dr Oz: Statin Drugs Side Effects for Women & Children Underreported

Dr. Oz and his guests revealed the frightening side effects from taking statin drugs to lower cholesterol and the added risk to women and kids. Are you currently taking a statin drug? If so, you cannot afford to miss what they had to say and the warning they issued.

Dr Oz: Statin Drugs Side Effects for Women & Children Underreported

Dr Oz: Sardines, Turmeric, & Pomegranate Juice Inflammation Reducers

Dr. Oz and his guest, Dr. Jonny Bowden, outlined the best foods to lower inflammation in the body. They are foods loaded with powerful antioxidants that fight disease and prevent heart disease. Keep reading to learn what needs to be on your next grocery store shopping list!

Dr Oz: Sardines, Turmeric, & Pomegranate Juice Inflammation Reducers

Dr Oz: Particle Size Test for LDL Cholesterol & Eat Less Sugar

Dr. Oz revealed a brand new medical test that will change your life. It is a Particle Size Test that looks closely at your LDL cholesterol to determine precisely how much of the “bad” cholesterol exists in your arteries. Dr. Oz encouraged everyone to request this test the next time they see their doctor!

Dr Oz: Particle Size Test for LDL Cholesterol & Eat Less Sugar

Dr Oz Viewer Showdown: Apple Cider Vinegar & Portion Control

As a fun way to end his show today, Dr. Oz invited three teams of fans to compete in his first ever viewer showdown. Each team says Dr. Oz’s words of medical wisdom have become a major part of their everyday lives as each shared their favorite tip to live a healthy life.

Dr Oz Viewer Showdown: Apple Cider Vinegar & Portion Control

Dr Oz: Brussels Sprouts Fight Cancer & Ideal Woman’s Waist Size

Dr. Oz questioned the teams in his viewer showdown about foods that prevent illness. From the best one to fight cancer to the food that lowers blood pressure, they are the foods you should add to your next shopping list!

Dr Oz: Brussels Sprouts Fight Cancer & Ideal Woman’s Waist Size

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  1. says

    No, cholesterol does not cause heart disease. This has been known for a long time, but Big Pharma made sure nobody knew because statin sales were at stake. If every doctor read all the studies, they would know. I read just about everything on the subject and I am still disgusted but all the lies. Doctor Oz, you are a cardiologist: you should know.

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