Statin drugs: A trillion dollar fraud – Personal Liberty®

As we’ve been watching this flurry of articles and comments on the statin drug issue, it becomes clear that most people don’t understand the hugely negative influence industry has had on the prescription and sale of these drugs. Unsuspecting and uneducated, we have tended to blindly trust doctors who prescribe these drugs. It’s time to stop and educate ourselves.

Firstly we need to understand what cholesterol is and what its function is in the body. Cholesterol actually plays a critical role in body chemistry. As this article on the Personal Liberty website states

To suppress cholesterol levels with cholesterol drugs is to create degenerative disease.

Total sales of statin drugs is on a pace to reach $1 trillion by 2020, according to Dr. John Ioannidis, in an editorial he wrote for the Journal of the American Medical Association (JANA). This makes statins big business. But it’s business built on fraud and deceit.

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The Truth About High (and Low) Cholesterol

“My doctor prescribed medication for my high cholesterol, but it didn’t lower my numbers at all.  So he prescribed something else, and when that didn’t work, tried something else. ”

Sound familiar?

Medical professionals seem to know of no other solutions, and yet, there is research that shows that the medication and nutrition guidelines held as gospel for the last 20 years are absolutely wrong.

In this article Dr. David Diamond, neuroscientist, talks about the research, his own experience with cholesterol, and how it all went so wrong.

When Dr. Diamond lectures about cholesterol to physicians, they’re often astounded by what they learn. Unfortunately, their “educated ignorance” is not by accident. If studied carefully, you’ll find that the medical profession’s ignorance about cholesterol was crafted by careful design, starting over a century ago with the Flexner Report, funded by the Carnegie and Rockefeller foundations, who wanted nutritional science to be excised from the medical school curriculum.

They were successful in this endeavor, and for the past hundred years, most physicians have been, and still are, nutritionally ignorant. The reason for this, if you haven’t yet deduced it, is because if you know how to heal with food, why would you prescribe drugs? What doctors are taught about nutrition in medical school is wrong. And it’s wrong by design to generate disease that increases profits for the drug companies, which are outgrowths of the chemical industry that the Carnegie and the Rockefeller foundations supported in the 1900s.

The good news is, we can educate ourselves and start the healing process by taking charge of what we eat and how we prepare our foods.

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