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PAUL MASON 6 | ‘Clefs’ in plaques: not cholesterol…but: plant sterols!!
presents episode 784 | Dr Paul Mason
Dr Shawn Baker podcast

Dr Malcolm Kendricks’ theory…
heart disease caused by blood’s tendency
to form clots
-driven by oxidative stress
-like iron rusts, we could have certain
chemicals in our blood stream that
cause oxidation
-LDL can be oxidized
-if we have lots of oxidized LDL in blood
creates pro-coagulation tendency
-leading to heart disease

Red blood cells are richest source of
-red blood cells need to be very flexible
-if not, they die
Regarding plant sterols…
Lots of research showing:
-as red blood cells take on plant sterols
-life span is decreased
-more fragile…they self-destruct

This tells us two things:
-seed oils are bad
-plant sterols can get into red blood cells
“My theory is that: what we find in
atherosclerotic plaque that we used to
think was cholesterol, but is the fake
plant sterol!!”
-under microscope, the ‘clefs’ that are seen,
are where cholesterol used to be…
but could easily be plant sterols

Macrophages, which must let go of
cholesterol, do not want to let it go!!
“But, they do easily let go of plant sterols”
Also, people
-who have died from sitosterolemia,
found in their aorta: plant sterols!
Strong evidence that:
-seed oils &
-plant sterols
cause heart disease more than we thought

Study in BMJ:
-people took olive oil; butter; coconut oil:
-saturated fat 90% +
-cholesterol was expected to go very high
“But, cholesterol dropped”
-saturated fat doesn’t increase cholesterol
-plant sterols in olive and coconut oils
drive cholesterol levels down


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