Cracking the Cholesterol Myth: How Statins Harm The Body and Mind

A new study finds the chemical war against cholesterol using statin drugs was justified through statistical deception and the cover up of over 300 adverse health effects documented in the biomedical literature.

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Cracking the Cholesterol Myth: How Statins Harm The Body and Mind

A new study finds the chemical war against cholesterol using statin drugs was justified through statistical deception and the cover up of over 300 adverse health effects documented in the biomedical literature.

Better safe than sorry, right? This is the logic that defines the grasp that the pharmaceutical company has on our psyche. Perhaps your mother, father, brother, and boyfriend have been recommended cholesterol-lowering medication, just to help hedge their bets around a possible chest-clutching demise. In fact, recent guidelines have expanded the pool of potential statin medication recipients, so that there are very few of us who seem to be walking around with acceptable levels of artery clogging sludge.

But how is it that drug companies got a foothold?…

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4 thoughts on “Cracking the Cholesterol Myth: How Statins Harm The Body and Mind

  1. Funny thing my Neurologist give me hell for going off statins because they caused weakness in my legs, now still off statins because my auto immune disease attacks the Milan(cholesterol}around my peripheral nerves i need more milan not less but why does my Neurologist who teaches other Dr. at oldest university in Thailand disagree with me?

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