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cholesterol and Statins.

 

Have your cholesterol levels checked and tested  to find the bad particles called "B"  Particles in LDL even if  you have children  get their  cholesterol levels checked if your child is allowed to consume sugar junk breakfast  foods full of sugar  trans-fats  (so parents please Note) LDL and HDL cholesterol is Essential for Children, it is needed for growth  vitamin D intake  healing the body

 The smaller the particles of LDL are the concern if you consuming  the following Inflammation foods

below in RED  that are  the MAJOR CAUSE of Heart attacks

Sugar

Trans fats

Cereals, breads, pastas, processed Carbohydrates,  these convert easily to Sugar

( farmed Salmon)

 Any amount of sugar will shut down the immune system

 

 

OMEGA  3  are anti-inflammitories

Grass fed Beef Hamburgers  , free range chickens and eggs Wild Salmon all full of Omega 3

 

Most cholesterol in foods has no impact on your cholesterol level

butter cheese is are  a saturated fats  will not clog the arteries  

 



cholesterol

cholesterol and Statins More scary information

Statin Drugs

Are Patients of  some doctors and  some doctors themselves who peddle this crap with permission of Governments  around the world  are  just plain ignorant or naive of the facts.

 

Its time to wake up patients who use Statin drugs and smell the roses. By taking Statin drugs you are saying I want to slowly destroy Myself and (if you drive a motor Vehicle) be a danger to others on the road.
If you think that this statement alarms your sensibilities please go to the link below and find out how Drug Companies with the help of the FDA (Food and Drug Administration, USA ) and other like authorities have been detrimentally affecting your health for decades.



Get the facts By Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig, PhD
Things to know about cholesterol and Statins

 

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STATINS FOR THE MILLIONS

Last year, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued new guidelines recommending cholesterol-lowering drugs for some children as young as eight years old, “to ward off future heart problems.” The group also now recommends lowfat milk for one-year-olds and cholesterol testing for all children by the age of ten (Pediatrics, 2008 Jul 122;(1):198- 208). The combination of lowfat diet and cholesterol-lowering medicine will ensure blighted life for these youngsters, but of course increased profits for the drug companies. A number of physicians have expressed outrage (New York Times, July 8, 2008), noting that there are no data on the side effects of taking statins—which include impotence—for forty or fifty years (if the children live that long!). But someone has to pay for drug company advertising and lobbyists, so why not start with children. The elderly need to pay also. An article from the American Journal of Cardiology (2009;104:354- 358) suggests “universal statin therapy” in the elderly. Here’s the logic: since it is difficult to identify individuals with elevated C-reactive proteins, and since a recent study (called the JUPITER study) showed that treatment of older adults with elevated C-reactive protein “significantly” reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease, and since the statins “do no harm,” why bother with expensive testing and just put all the elderly on statins! And all this market expansion is working! A survey of nine countries finds “improvement” over a tenyear period, with 73 percent of patients surveyed (most of whom were taking a statin) reaching their “target level” for LDL-cholesterol. Countries surveyed included Spain, South Korea, Brazil, Canada, France, Mexico, the Netherlands and Taiwan (Daily Health News, June 22, 2009).