Busting The Cholesterol Myth – Increase Your Libido and Sex Drive

A New Wave of Wellness is splashing ashore from all corners of the Medical World.

Today, we’re going to talk about sex and it’s relationship to that big voodoo daddy; Cholesterol.

95% of the information you hear about this topic is just plain WRONG!

The so-called ‘experts’ NEVER address the REAL problem and CAUSE of low libido, which is a HORMONAL IMBALANCE!

That’s it!

If your sex drive and libido isn’t where you want it to be, if you have a hard time getting or maintaining an erection or you’re just not “driven”  when it comes to sex or life in general.

Then the problem is hormonal imbalance which typically means:


And the best type of food that increases testosterone is FAT and more specifically, saturated fats AND Cholesterol.

Now, your probably thinking “You’re insane!!! My Cholesterol is going to go through the roof and I’m going to have a heart attack!”

Nope, not true.

First and foremost, over 80% of the Cholesterol found in your bloodstream is NOT from foods you eat but produced from your LIVER!

You need Cholesterol to produce sex hormones – especially testosterone.

Cholesterol lowers the stress hormone, Cortisol — which does the OPPOSITE of Testosterone.

75 percent of your brain is Cholesterol.

Cholesterol is an essential nutrient.

In fact, without Cholesterol you will eventually die.

What MATTERS is WHERE you get your fats and Cholesterol from.

So don’t go fry up some bacon just yet.

Heating oils, processed vegetable fats, hydrogenated and trans fats are the problem.

We want to focus on HEALTHY fats.

Free range eggs WITH the yolk are top-notch fats you should be eating every day.

The BEST way to eat eggs are RAW. I eat at least 6 raw eggs a day but if you can’t do that, at least keep the yolk runny and soft.

The idea that cholesterol is the cause of any disease or that there is such a thing as GOOD or BAD cholesterol is a complete and total Medical Mythology.

If you are taking a Statin drug to artificially lower your Cholesterol levels and your knocking but nobody’s home downstairs? Now you know the reason why.