Cholesterol-shmesterol

Lewis Jones’ article “Cholesterol-shmesterol” is so full of distortions I hardly know where to start. He confuses the dietary cholesterol-heart connection with the blood cholesterol-heart connection, fails to differentiate between primary prevention (in healthy people) and secondary prevention (in those who already have heart disease), and he refers to “good” and “bad” cholesterol as dodgy

Cholesterol Skeptics Strike Again

Pictured: The accepted theory of how high levels of cholesterol forms arterial plaques. Fat, in the form of low-density lipoproteins (yellow) deposits in the lining of the artery, eventually blocking it enough to cause symptoms. I’m really tired of arguing about cholesterol, but I feel obliged to stand up once more to defend science-based medicine