Statins

STATINS (Generic versions of Lipitor/Zocor/Crestor)

Use: Reduction of LDL Cholesterol
Approximately 15% of the top prescribed medications are generic statins. A study
published in January 2012 in the Archives of Internal Medicine linked statins to 48
percent increased risk for type-2 diabetes.
The are NO scientific studies ever documented which have proved through causation
that lowering LDL cholesterol prevents disease. The obsessed culture of lowering
cholesterol may actually be causing cancer.
How it Works:
Statins artificially lower cholesterol levels by inhibiting a critical enzyme HMG-CoA
reductase, which plays a central role in the production of cholesterol in the liver.
Consequences:
Inflammation and pathological breakdown of muscle, acute kidney failure, diabetes,
cancer, cardiovascular disease, interference with sex hormones and death.
Natural Foods:
Nuts, spinach, apples, turmeric, cranberries, tomatoes, green tea, fatty fish, beans,
alfalfa herb, capsicum fruit, garlic, psyllium, fenugreek seeds, butcher’s broom,
licorice root, hawthorn berry.

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