Statins Exposed At Last

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It is finally here! The day that statins are at last exposed publicly as the danger they really are and have always been. This study has been out for a while, but it is now getting the exposure it deserves.  From the very beginning the entire story of statins has been a lie.

Many drugs today produce a curious effect: they increase the damage they are suppose to repair!  Surprised?  So do anti-depressants and acid reflux medications, among many.  This makes them exceedingly dangerous, not just producing simple side effects.  Every word of the following article should be seriously read by anyone who is taking this drug or knows someone who is: STATINS ARE THE GREATEST MEDICAL FRAUD OF ALL TIME: STUDY REPORTS.   The study referred to is: The Ugly Side of Statins. Systemic Appraisal of the Contemporary Un-Known Unknowns, which is the technical data of the actual study.

 

It is interesting to note that this news also came out a few years ago:

“In 2013 new guidelines from the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology broadened the definition of who should get cholesterol-lowering statins, which are among the most widely prescribed drugs in the world.

Experts estimate they made another 8 million to 13 million Americans eligible for statins.

It would appear from the above that 20 billion dollars a year was just not enough profit.

 

marketing of a myth-SSRI drugsAs a caregiver, I have many years of watching this particular drug do it’s damage.  Only once was I able to effect a beneficial change when a client was taken off this drug by a family member as she responsibly researched the information I passed on to her, starting with reading the warning symptoms that came with the prescription.  Her father had progressive muscle damage to the extent that he went from a walker to a wheel chair all the time.  As he was taken off the statin, he began to slowly recover his muscle strength and gradually returned to only using his walker.  He was 88.  So there is hope if you catch it in time.  Just pay attention to how you feel when you take a medication.  It is usually quite easy to detect.  You don’t have to accept this, as not only are there natural alternatives, many times it is not necessary at all as in this case.

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