Cholesterol and Pure Emu Oil: Could There Be a Link to Better Health?

Posted Mar 28, 2019, 10:57 AM by kelly

You’ve probably heard that high cholesterol can be harmful to your health, but there’s another side to the conversation that isn’t as widely discussed: not all cholesterol is bad. If you’re using pure emu oil in your diet, you’ll need to know how it affects your body’s cholesterol and its impact on your health.

Let’s look at cholesterol’s different forms and how pure emu oil supports healthy cholesterol levels for a better quality of life.

HDL vs LDL Cholesterol: What’s the Difference?

Cholesterol refers to blood fat or lipids. Your body has two types of cholesterol: LDL (low-density lipoprotein) and HDL (high-density lipoprotein). HDL is considered the good type of cholesterol, which can help protect against the narrowing of the blood vessels. LDL is the bad cholesterol, which can make arterial narrowing worse.

There’s a third type of cholesterol called VLDL, or very low-density lipoproteins, which is another type of bad cholesterol produced in the liver. VLDL also has a high level of triglycerides, which can increase your risk of heart disease.

In my previous article, I focused on the importance of a balance of Omega’s in the fatty acid chain in order for digestion, absorption, metabolism, and energy to occur. But even if you think you’re doing everything right by eating enough Omega 3 and Omega 6, these fatty acids can be stored as triglycerides if your diet is otherwise deficient.

Scientists have discovered that pure Emu oil’s balance of all the Omegas (3, 6, 9, and 11) has the ability to dissolve LDL throughout the body. As a result, approximately 55% of Type 2 diabetics (also referred to as insulin-resistant) and 40% of Type 1 diabetics (insulin-dependent) have benefitted from taking pure Emu oil.

How Can Pure Emu Oil Improve Cholesterol?

When someone is diabetic, their blood sugar levels rise because of the widespread presence of LDL: it’s in arteries and between cells, effectively blocking cell receptors. This prevents insulin to send the glucose through the cellular wall, leaving a building of sugar in the bloodstream.

As a result, the blood sugar becomes crystallized, thickens the blood, and impedes the flow.

The most noticeable signs of this reduced circulation are numbness in the extremities, such as fingers or toes, and muscle cramps. In some severe cases, complete loss of circulation may occur which can lead to blindness or amputation.

Emu oil does not break down the blood sugar, but its ability to dissolve the layer of fat coating the cellular walls and receptors allows the body to process blood sugar more efficiently.

What to Expect with Emu Oil

Pure Emu oil, free of impurities and harsh chemicals or toxins, have a molecular makeup that is very close to that of human skin. Emu oil is a natural pain reliever equivalent to strong ibuprofen, in addition to anti-inflammatory and moisturizing capabilities.

These factors make Emu oil a desirable solution for diabetic wound care. Emu oil’s transdermal ability helps soften and moisturize the skin, which can help eliminate dangerous dry skin that can lead to cracks and sores.

As an added bonus, Emu oil is naturally bacteria-free, odorless, and steroid free!

Emu oil is an untapped resource and currently now is where aspirin was in the early 1900s, and may one day become as common as taking a multivitamin.

Adding Emu oil to your diet and daily care is easy! You can find pure Emu oil in capsule form, sprays, and creams in our online store. The sooner you start using Emu oil in your daily regimen, the longer your health will benefit.