A large sterol molecule made by almost every cell in the body. Its role, to make them waterproof to allow for different chemistry inside and outside the cell.
Why is Low Cholesterol Advised by the Medical Industry?
Cholesterol is nature's healing substance.
It repairs wounds, including tears in arteries. Giving structural integrity to cells, like cellulose does to plants.
It is the precursor to Vitamin D, needed for healthy bones, calcium metabolism, reproduction, normal growth, eyesight and helps to regulate the nervous system.
It is the precursor to bile salts, needed for fat digestion, vital sex hormones and protective steroids.
It is a powerful anti-oxidant, protecting against free radicals.
It is essential for the development and function of the brain needed for the function of serotonin receptors.