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Friday, July 22, 2011

Corte Madera Chiropractor Exposes the Scourge of Anti-Cholesterol Drugs

I have long known that statin (anti-cholesterol) drugs are very dangerous, damaging the muscles, kidneys and liver, among other things. And I have long known that the whole cholesterol thing is one of the biggest scams ever pulled by the PMG (Pharmaceutical-Medical-Governmental) Complex. I knew the numbers were massive, but until I read this article I had no idea that statins are taken by one in four Americans over the age of 45. This is a public health nightmare, so I guess it's good for drumming up medical business.

Read this article. Now it comes out that these statin drugs bring on type II diabetes, or just high blood sugar (hyperglycemia). Then, you get treatment for the diabetes (or hyperglycemia mistaken for diabetes) and end up with heart disease from that treatment. Wasn't the point of taking statin drugs to reduce heart disease? Oops.

It also turns out that statin drugs directly effect the heart. And I have long said, cholesterol has little to nothing to do with heart disease. Yes, They are lying about this. And if They are  lying about his, what else are They lying about?

This whole statin drug/cholesterol thing is pushed as "preventive medicine," even "wellness." What a crock! Here's something to consider. For those of you who are still card-carrying members of the Cult of Medicine, I challenge you to stop and think about this... Is heart disease due to a deficiency of statins?

Time to look at biological reality. The heart and all of the cardiovascular system is run by the master system, the nervous system. It will be run perfectly, UNLESS there is interference (vertebral subluxation).Why not correct this interference?

Get adjusted. No side effects. You get prevention, and way more far-reaching, a fuller expression of your genetic potential. Try and get that from Lipitor or Crestor.

Don Harte, D.C.
Marin Straight Chiropractor
Liberator of Innate

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