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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Calculating Cholesterol

Natural Health News has over eight (8) pages of articles addressing the cholesterol charade.  I am posting the top four (4) in light of the new push to get more people on a very dangerous drug that in reality has no real benefit to protect you from cardiovascular disease.
What statin drugs and other anticholesterol pharmaceuticals do is harm your health in so many other ways it is almost unfathomable that doctors them selves do not do more deep research on the concept.
You are at risk of muscle damage and kidney failure, heart failure, liver failure, diabetes, dementia, cancer and many more health derangements should you fall into this drug deception.
There are many safer and more natural ways to keep cholesterol in balance.  It is something you need not something to be depleted.
If you are interested in balancing cholesterol please contact us for more information and natural suggestions that do work with a lack of serious adverse effects.
And consider this -  Misled over the benefits of statins

Natural Health News: Cholesterol: Another Wrong Conclusion
Feb 21, 2011
I don't know where people's heads have been since the cholesterol bonanza began, but my stand is that these pundits overlooked a known fact, which now seems to be getting press after some 30 years. It's triglycerides!
Dec 23, 2008
UPDATE: Women in Government have a new ad campaign to push you to get cholesterol testing. This same organization has been behind the Gardasil propaganda campaign. For women especially, it is very important to get ...
Feb 23, 2008
Some studies have linked low cholesterol levels to higher death rates from cancer in general, Dr. Kouichi Asano, of Kyushu University, Fukuoka, and colleagues explain in the International Journal of Cancer. "With respect to ...
Nov 14, 2008
It's been going this way for a while: even healthy people should be on the cholesterol-reducing drugs known as statins. That, in a nutshell, is the verdict of a study published over the weekend which found that even in people ...

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