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Dr. Beverly Teter B.

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University of Maryland

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University of Maryland

800 West Baltimore Street

Baltimore, Maryland 21201

United States

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About The University of Maryland: The highly regarded public University of Maryland was founded in 1856 and has the distinction of being the flagship institution of the University System of Maryland. With nearly 38,000 students, it is the largest universi ... more

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Research Associate

University of Maryland College Park


American College of Nutrition


Board Member
American College of Nutrition

Honorary Board Members Member
Weston A. Price Foundation


B.S. degree


George Washington University


American College of Nutrition


Nutritional Sciences

University of Maryland

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According to dr. Beverly Teter, a lipid biochemist at the University of Maryland, it is due to the mistake scientists made years ago.

Tetes believe that the reason cholesterol is wrongly blame for heart disease is because the scientist noticed high level of cholesterol in a damaged blood vessel. However, she believes that cholesterol was there to fix a problem that cause inflammation.
She said that the lesion start because of the inflammation. Then the body send the cholesterol to cover it in order to protect the blood system and the vessel wall from further damage.
To prevent heart disease, Teter suggest to avoid foods that are low in fat but rather choose foods that are high in anti-inflammatory properties like omega 3 fatty acids and natural saturated fats.

The Truth About Fats - Part II - Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution. A Complete Guide to Achieving Normal Blood Sugars. Official Web Site

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One participant, Dr. Beverly Teter of the University of Maryland's lipid group, was delighted with the state of affairs. "It's wonderful'" she remarked to Basil Rifkind, study coordinator, "to finally hear both sides of the debate. We need more meetings like this" His reply was terse and sour: "No we don't."

National Cholesterol Consensus Conference Dissenters were again invited to speak briefly at the NHLBI-sponsored National Cholesterol Consensus Conference held later that year, but their views were not included in the panel's report, for the simple reason that the report was generated by NHLBI staff before the conference convened. Dr. Teter discovered this when she picked up some papers by mistake just before the conference began, and found they contained the consensus report, already written, with just a few numbers left blank.

Integrating Coconut and MCT Oil into Your Life | Sharp Again Naturally

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Dr. Beverly Teter, lipid biochemist and researcher at the University of Maryland says because of that, it can also help defend against viruses like HIV and herpes. "The coconut oil tends to keep bacteria down so that if you're assaulted with a virus your immune system can concentrate on the virus. It doesn't have to concentrate on 27 other bacteria that day," she explains. Weight loss.

Dr. Beverly Teter is a ...

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Dr. Beverly Teter is a researcher at the University of Maryland who specializes in dietary fats. She says years ago coconut oil was criticized for raising cholesterol, but scientists have since learned there are two kinds of cholesterol. Low density lipoprotein, the bad kind and High density lipoprotein which is very good for you and is the kind that coconut oil raises.

Doctor Beverly Teter: So they put out the message that it increases the serum cholesterol but the truth of the matter was helping to profile of the serum cholesterol. That never has been corrected in the public press and I think that's the reason people have the misconceptions about it.
Lori Johnson: So, not only does coconut oil improve your cholesterol levels, Doctor Teter says the way it helps the brains of some Alzheimer's patients can be extended to people with Parkinson's disease, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Epilepsy, Dementia, even Schizophrenia and Autism and one more thing, coconut oil is a natural antibiotic that also helps kill viruses like Human immunodeficiency virus and Herpes viruses.
Doctor Beverly Teter: The coconut oil tends to keep the bacteria down so that if you're assaulted with a virus, you're immune system can concentrate on the virus.

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One participant, Dr. Beverly Teter of the University of Maryland's lipid group, was delighted with the state of affairs.

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