To read more about heart disease and cholesterol, check out the special report page. Cardiovascular disease is one of the most misdiagnosed and mistreated conditions in medicine. In the first article in this series, I explained the evidence suggesting that eating cholesterol and saturated fat does not increase the risk of heart disease. In the second article, I explained it’s not the amount of cholesterol in your blood that drives heart disease risk, but the number of LDL particles. In… Read More
In this episode we discuss a study showing low cholesterol is associated with higher risk of death in women, and other topics.
Statins are the most popular drugs in history. Drug companies made $26 billion selling statins alone in 2008. 25 million Americans take them, and the number is growing each year. One reason why statins are the best-selling drug category by far is that 92% of people taking them are healthy. The FDA has approved the prescription of statins to people at low risk for heart disease and stroke, who don’t even have high cholesterol. Two… Read More
Dr. John Briffa has written an article today about the significant side effects of statin drugs, and the considerable effort pharmaceutical companies and the medical establishment spend trying to convince people that these drugs are safe.
The mainstream scientific community finally wakes up and publicly acknowledges the risks of statin drugs to pregnant women.
Find out what the mainstream media isn’t telling you about the new JUPITER study, which is being used as the basis for recommending statins for millions of people with no evidence of heart disease.