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The Cholesterol Myth and Dangers!

“This drug has not been proven to prevent heart disease, heart attack or strokes.”

First let me tell you about my husband and his family – parents and 13 siblings – most have been prescribed cholesterol lowering medication within the last thirty years. More than 2/3rds of them have exhibited not good side effects.

Over those thirty years I have studied cholesterol lowering drugs and found an increase - in those taking the drugs - heart diseases, heart attacks or strokes!

Cholesterol and the Pharmaceutical Industry's Biggest Secret

A commonly held myth is that high cholesterol, especially LDL cholesterol, is a major risk factor for heart disease (known as atherosclerosis). Thus, in a panicked attempt to prevent this pandemic killer millions of people are using cholesterol-lowering drugs. However, when we consider the scientific evidence it appears that the aforementioned myth is the antithesis.

1. With respect to women, researchers at the University San Diego School of Medicine show that no study has shown that cholesterol-lowering drugs lower overall mortality in women.

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