And you're wrong, even with the exercise proviso.
I will give you just two scenarios and there are many showing that it I am not wrong and that it does not mix well with a modern lifestyle:
1. Do a scholarly search and you will find that if you increase fat over a certain threshold, you actually induce insulin resistance. In some men, it may be 40%, in others 45%, in others 50%. But the point is: too much fat and you are in deep doo doo. Again, this is used in lab animals all the time. (You can also elevate fat levels to induce non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in animals as well.)
2. The term for very high cholesterol in the literature is hypercholesteremia. When you couple this with inflammation, you anhiliate your cardiovascular system. Look at the title of this research article if you don't believe me:http://www.nature.com/nm/journal/v8/n11/abs/nm1102-1211.html
"Atherogenesis in perspective: Hypercholesterolemia and inflammation as partners in crime"
I don't think there's a cardiologist on planet earth that believes like you do that cholesterol + inflammation is okay for you, so I don't know why you keep saying I am disagreeing with "experts all over the globe".
As I've said repeateadly, if you are going to consume satured fat, you must be very, very careful because it increases cholesterol (and decreases blood flow). Too much inflammation and you die. Too much total fat and you die. Too many refined carbs and you die.
Again, just cut back on the fat and you've got a nice insurance policy.
That's why the famed China Study came to this conclusion:
"Across cultures, cholesterol is linearly related to CHD mortality"http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article?volume=274&issue=2&page=131