eat vitamins and die

From: "nu-monet v6.0" <>
Date: Wed, May 5, 2004

Vitamins C, E and other so-called antioxidants have
long been touted as a good, cheap protection from
heart disease.

But new research suggests that popping the popular
supplements may actually be doing more harm than
good by boosting the body's production of bad

"La Cucaracha, la Cucaracha,
Ya no puede caminar,
Porque no tiene, porque le falta,
Marijuana por fumar."


From: Artemia Salina <>

Whosetitanelbow wrote:
> LDL is called "bad" cholesterol but it is only the vehicle for fresh
> cholesterol being sent out from the liver and HDL, the "good" cholesterol
> is the vehicle for cholesterol returing to the liver for reprocessing or
> excretion in the bile. Such vehicles are critical in the fight against
> evil.

Ok, so here's a hypothetical question. Supposing that a lump of
fat from a can of baked beans came alive, achieved consciousness
and a set of moral standards. If it ever encountered a moral
dilemma would an LDL "bad" cholesterol appear on one of its
shoulders and an HDL "good" cholesterol on its other shoulder?
And which would win the debate (most often)?

Just hypothetically.

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