Hi All and possibly Brian,
I'd just like to direct anyone who is remotely interested in a diametrically opposite view to my own to the comment down on this post.
This is an essential read. I think we all have to realise that there MUST be two sides to a given controversy and, while I wouldn't want to make a habit of it, both sides of the argument need an airing.
For Brian's benefit,
Yes, my diet is exactly as described, no joking.
"Are all these experts wrong, as well as the expert advisory panels on cardiovascular disease?"
A much better question:
Which hormone converts a vascular smooth muscle cell to an osteogenic cell (calcium phosphate secreting) in the vascular media?
The NCEP answer: It's a statin deficiency! (what was the question? Oh never mind)
Thanks for the list of references, but I already feel there is far too much cholesterol hypothesis bashing on my blog. To go through them one at a time would be tedious and far better commentators than I have done so many times.
I note in passing that you cite the PROSPER study. Which particular cancer would you prefer to trade for your heart attack? Or perhaps you'd like to choose one for a grandparent?
Your concerns for my well being are touching, but I'll stick as I am thanks.