The industrial food industry provides healthier formula for calves than what manufacturers of infant formula provide for our babies.

Cholesterol is a dirty word these days—par for the course in this topsy-turvy world where good things are called bad and bad things are embraced as good.

The truth is, animal and human life would be impossible without cholesterol. Cholesterol serves as a structural component of our cell membranes, giving proper “stiffness” and integrity to the cells—playing a similar role as cellulose does in plants. Without cholesterol, our cells would not be “waterproof,” would not allow a different chemistry on the inside and outside of the cell. In addition, we make vitamin D out of the action of sunlight on the cholesterol in our skin, and cholesterol is the main component of bile salts, needed for fat digestion.

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