Evolution and cholesterol

A poser for you:

As evolution is fact, how can it be that cholesterol accumulation in the arteries – assuming the lipid hypothesis is true – was not deselected as a profitable variation in ancestors to man, and should not our teeth have been slightly blunted to deter the chewing of meat?

Then again, if we can’t find the lipid hypothesis to be very true in similar species, it maybe was never so in our ancestors, and so is not true in us. Cholesterol accumulation is poor design in response to natural foods whether you believe in evolution or creation.

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