Unless you are from another planet, you have probably heard that cholesterol causes heart disease. But... if you are into health and fitness, did you know that cholesterol is actually one of the most essential nutrients in human health?

This week Anthony Sanna talks with Michael Smith about all things cholesterol and disease. In this episode, you will learn about cholesterol's many, many essential roles in human health, the actual cause of Cardiovascular disease and how to prevent it. Enjoy!


Sept. 21-2017

The following is about Opportunity.

Fusion Health Radio is Growing Up.

That means more and more people are finding the show. More and more comments, congratulations and questions are coming our way. And thanks for that. No, really, there are no words for how good positive feedback actually feels.


Three things. First, we could use an upgrade with our recording equipment and need to get back to a weekly episode. So, we are looking into a crowdfunding opportunity to help support the show. If this goes well, we will shift the show to a video podcast. If you are a regular listener to the show, we hope you feel inspired to send a little love our way.

Second, if you are reading this and need some help, reach out and ask us to get into whatever you feel could help you. Or, contact Michael and his team for a personal consultation.

Third, Michael is a compulsive learn-oholic and teach-oholic and wants to offer you the chance to go even deeper into your journey of healing, inner peace, and self-awareness.

Below are links to the online courses that Michael is presently offering.

"These courses have helped myself and my patients stay or move towards Health, Fitness, Success, and Happiness." - Michael

Starting September 27th, 2017 - 10 Weeks to Abundant Health


Starting October 16th, 2017 - 10 Weeks to Higher Consciousness with Applied Meditation. There will be a free Webinar on Oct 9th at 6:00 pm so you can see what this will be about.


Starting October 25th, 2017 - Qi Gong Teacher Training Program (3-5 year, 500 hours)



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