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The Fear of High Cholesterol is the Biggest Medical Scam

There is absolutely no proof that fats and cholesterol cause heart disease.  In fact, statistics prove that people with high cholesterol live longer than those with low cholesterol.  People with high cholesterol experience no side effects.  People taking statin drugs experience many side effects including muscle weakness, muscle wasting, vague aches and pains, bursitis, neuropathy, depression, suicidal thoughts and tendencies, and an increased risk of breast cancer by as much as 1500%.  Here is a case of medical doctors treating a natural function of the body with a drug.   We cannot live without cholesterol, and in fact, it’s important for brain and muscle function, and production of sex and adrenal hormones.  People with low cholesterol have a shorter lifespan than those with high cholesterol.  Women are more susceptible to side effects when on statin drugs.  All studies show that women should not take statin drugs and no studies have ever proven that women should take statin drugs.  Recent TV ads for statin drugs would of course suggest otherwise.  Alternative physicians who look at cholesterol production as a natural body function believe that women should not be treated with statin drugs even if their cholesterol was 1,000.  There is absolutely no value in treating high cholesterol.  The liver produces 95% of our cholesterol.  To eliminate cholesterol from the diet would be like trying to take a tablespoon of water out of a flood – absolutely useless.  Our cholesterol levels are what they are and so they should be.

9 Responses to The Fear of High Cholesterol is the Biggest Medical Scam

  1. Ray says:

    Have a female friend, who years ago, was diagnosed with a chol. count of 800+. She is a tiny little thing…a mensa member, for what that’s worth, and had always been a very STRICT vegetarian…before the current fads…the doc told her, of course, she would have to cut out all these foods she had never eaten to get it down…she’s still going strong!

  2. Terry says:

    Experts believe that women will live longer regardless of the total cholesterol level than being prescribed prescription drugs.

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  6. Lee Phelps says:

    In Feb 2011 I had a Lipid Panel test. My chol.was 201,Trigly was 193,Chol/HDL ratio was 6.1 and HDL was 33 mg/dl.Up to Feb 2011, I was taking a prescribe statin drug.I started taking 4 a day, over the counter chol.lowering pills with plant sterols/stanois,900 mg.In your opinion are these as harmful as statins??

    • Terry says:

      Your total cholesterol is not a problem. I would be concerned about your triglycerides. Triglycerides are a type of fat produced mostly from refined carbohydrates, sugars and the total intake of carbohydrates. You would do well to follow my suggested diet at http://www.TerryTalksNutrition.com. Click on “Terry’s Traditional Diet” on the left hand column of the home page.

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