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Put Your Heart In Your Mouth... book review

Put Your Heart in Your Mouth By Natasha Campbell-McBride

We have been misled and deceived by the pharmaceutical giants, food

giants, medical industry, educational institutions, insurance companies,

government and legislature. They all benefit from the sick, who are at the mercy

of their systemic partnership and shared lies that cholesterol and saturated fats

being the primary cause of heart disease. In fact, cholesterol is actually an

integral and necessary feature of every single cell membrane. Processed foods

and malnourishment due to diet and lifestyle factors are the true cause of heart

disease. If those “Health Partners” truly wanted us to be healthy, toxic chemicals

like margarine and vegetable oils should have never been allowed and

encouraged to replace real butter, and quality animal fats. Instead, we must

protect ourselves from toxic food and chemicals.

In this book by Natasha Campbell-McBride M.D., I learned more about cardiovascular health.

For instance “low blood cholesterol has been routinely recorded in criminals who

committed murder and other violent crimes, people with aggressive and violent

personalities, people prone to suicide and people with aggressive social behavior

and low self-control.” (pg. 19) It amazes me that the development of cholesterol

lowering medications would even be considered as safe for developing children.

A person with active inflammation will have high LDL, because cholesterol

produced in the liver is sent to the site of inflammation in a lipoprotein LDL HDL

carries other antioxidants to the site of inflammation, rescues the damaged

cholesterol and carries it back to the liver to be recycled (pgs 44-45)

I did not realize how detrimental toxic chemicals are to the health or the

heart. This made me more interested in learning more about detoxification.

I enjoyed the authors candid conversational style of writing. I respect the work of

Dr. Campbell-McBride and plan to study her work on GAPS .