The message that “cholesterol is bad” is out of date and doesn’t match the most recent scientific evidence. Today I discuss the six underlying causes of high cholesterol and how to address them.
In today's episode, we're addressing a listener question on lipoprotein(a), a small, dense, highly inflammatory lipoprotein. Keep reading for more details.
In this article, I will debunk the myth that statin drugs save lives in healthy people without heart disease and discuss some of the little known side effects and risks associated with these drugs.
In this episode we discuss a study showing low cholesterol is associated with higher risk of death in women, and other topics.
The mainstream scientific community finally wakes up and publicly acknowledges the risks of statin drugs to pregnant women.
Researcher Chris Masterjohn reveals the negligence and recklessness of recent recommendations that pregnant women and kids as young as 8-years old take statin drugs.
This week I'd like to bring your attention to three articles I came across on the web which illustrate the utter madness of mainstream medicine and nutrition.
Statin drugs are almost universally hailed as wonder drugs. But are they really as safe and effective as medical authorities claim? The answer is “no.”