Not only has this bad/good cholesterol dichotomy been solidly debunked by study after study—it was never proven in the first place. The notion that saturated fats and LDL clog our arteries came from bad science and politics.
Dr. MaryAnne Demasi’s documentary on the criminal activity of the pharmaceutical industry regarding statin drugs sent shock waves through the mainstream media Her investigative reporting on the dangers of statin drugs has now been banned.
Compared with the older guidelines, new recommendations would increase the number of US adults eligible for statin therapy from 43.2 million to 56 million, with most of the increase occurring among adults without heart disease.
Why do one in seven women have breast cancer? One reason is the use of synthetic hormones in our food and prescribed to women. Another reason is statin medications.
Popular doctors in the UK who go against the mainstream medical system have found willing publishers in the mainstream media in recent days, to publish the other side of the “statin wonder drug” hype.
Are statin drugs the biggest fraud in the history of medicine? The evidence would say so and fortunately, many doctors are now stepping forward and speaking out against this biggest medical fraud of all time.
What is one way to get doctors to wake up to the dangers of the drugs they prescribe? Put them on the same drugs! This technique has worked in the U.K, as leading doctors speak out against the dangers of statin drugs.
People do not get vascular events from a lack of a statin medication. Vascular events occur from a myriad of reasons including eating a poor diet, dehydration, as well as nutrient and hormonal imbalances.
The latest guidelines on preventing cardiovascular disease had a key message that targets for lowering cholesterol levels are now gone. Yet the guidelines now recommend that far more people take statins.
ABC News in Australia has done an incredible investigative report on cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, daring to expose organized crime in the pharmaceutical industry in the U.S.