Sep 3, 2013
Jimmy's exclusive Cholesterol Clarity interview with MIT Senior Research Scientist Stephanie Seneff is what you'll hear today in Episode 720 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
We've only got a couple of days left featuring the raw audio footage from nine of Jimmy's 27 exclusive interviews with the world's foremost authorities on the subject of cholesterol for his new hit book Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers? It was such an early runaway success that the hardback sold out within a hours on the first day at Amazon--but it's back in stock for you now along with the Kindle version. If you haven't picked up your copy yet, get it from Amazon or in your local Barnes & Noble, Books A Million and other book retailers. And if you have read Cholesterol Clarity and believe it adds value to the health discussion, do us a favor and leave a review at Amazon.
Today's expert interview guest is a highly-respected MIT Senior Research Scientist named Stephanie Seneff (check out Jimmy's previous podcast interview with her in Episode 505) who has published numerous papers in prestigious medical journals on the relationship between nutrition and health as well as the negative implications associated with statin medications. Listen to Jimmy and Stephanie discuss the problem with statin medications, the severe health consequences of not having enough cholesterol in the body, the critical role of sulfate deficiency contributing to elevated levels of cholesterol, the way the sun uses cholesterol sulfate to protect your skin against damage, and so much more! One thing's for sure, you won't find many who are as passionate about this subject as Stephanie Seneff! ENJOY!
LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 720
- SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Quest Nutrition's White Chocolate Raspberry Bars
- GET JIMMY'S NEW BOOK: Cholesterol Clarity: What The HDL Is Wrong With My Numbers? (or the Kindle e-book)
- Stephanie Seneff's bio
- "Stephanie Seneff's" MIT web site
- RELATED PODCAST: The LLVLC Show #505: MIT Low-Carb Researcher Stephanie Seneff