high intensity exercises and the keto diet
 What About Cholesterol?Yes, liver and organ meats do contain cholesterol, but studies show the cholesterol you consume in your
diet has little to no effect on the cholesterol in your bloodstream. Your liver produces cholesterol and regulates production based on your dietary cholesterol intake. If you consume more dietary cholesterol, your body responds by producing less. Foods high in cholesterol have a minor
effect on total blood cholesterol levels.  The cholesterol controversy continues, but studies show the amount of cholesterol from food also has little to no effect on the risk of heart disease. With heart disease, other factors are at play, such as inflammation and infection, and more studies are needed.