cholesterol drug scam statin side effects

Disguising to cure or lower unhealthy cholesterol, drug sellers are making you buy medicines like statinsm, zerocholo, etc – which are harmful to the body more than cholesterol itself.

Statins have been shown to increase your risk of diabetes through a few different mechanisms. The most important one is that they increase insulin resistance, which can be extremely harmful to your health. Increased insulin resistance contributes to chronic inflammation in your body, and inflammation is the hallmark of most diseases. In fact, increased insulin resistance can lead to heart disease, which, ironically, is the primary reason for taking a cholesterol-reducing drug in the first place! It can also promote belly fat, high blood pressure, heart attacks, chronic fatigue, thyroid disruption, and diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and cancer. Secondly, statins increase your diabetes risk by actually raising your blood sugar. When you eat a meal that contains starches and sugar, some of the excess sugar goes to your liver, which then stores it away as cholesterol and triglycerides.

Statins work by preventing your liver from making cholesterol. As a result, your liver returns the sugar to your bloodstream, which raises your blood sugar levels. Now, it’s important to realize that drug-induced diabetes and genuine type 2 diabetes are not necessarily identical. If you’re on a statin drug and find that your blood glucose is elevated, it’s possible that what you have is just hyperglycemia—a side effect, and the result of your medication. Unfortunately, many doctors will at that point mistakenly diagnose you with “type 2 diabetes,” and possibly prescribe another drug, when all you may need to do is simply discontinue the statin in order for your blood glucose levels to revert back to normal. So if friends or loved ones you know are on a statin (and one in four Americans over 45 are) and they are told they have diabetes, please do them a favor and tell them about the information in this article.

Statin side effects

A study known as the JUPITER trial initially suggested cholesterol-lowering statin drugs might prevent heart-related death in many more people than just those with high cholesterol. But two years after its publication in 2008, researchers came out saying the JUPITER results are flawed — and that they do not support the benefits initially reported. Not only is there no “striking decrease in coronary heart disease complications,” but a more recent report has also called into question drug companies’ involvement in such trials.

Statin drugs also interfere with other biological functions, including an early step in the mevalonate pathway, which is the central pathway for the steroid management in your body. Products of this pathway that are negatively affected by statins include:

  • All your sex hormones
  • Cortisone
  • The dolichols, which are involved in keeping the membranes inside your cells healthy
  • All sterols, including cholesterol and vitamin D (which is similar to cholesterol and is produced from cholesterol in your skin)

It’s still uncertain whether statins actually deplete your body of vitamin D, but they do reduce your body’s natural ability tocreate active vitamin D (1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol). This is the natural outcome of the drug’s cholesterol-reducing ability, because you need cholesterol to make vitamin D! It’s the raw material your body uses for vitamin D conversion after you’ve exposed your skin to sunlight. It’s also well-documented that vitamin D improves insulin resistance, so needless to say, when you take a statin drug, you forfeit this ‘built-in’ health-promoting mechanism, which is yet another clue as to how statins can cause diabetes.

Cholesterol drug scam

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  1. Bugstomper2 says:

    Yeah the other properties are getting you stoned!

  2. miguelaestrada says:

    Stay away from sugar and cow milk

  3. the difference is your food is REAL and WHOLESOME. America’s food is full of toxics and poisons. If you ever in America, go to the supermarket and read the food label ingredients. And see how many long words you can’t pronounce. Does Grandma uses the same ingredients? Absolutely not. That’s why we Americans are getting fat and sick…then we die….early or permanetly damaged that we need the drugs. Why? for money on the expense of our health.

  4. Uzpisonegyvai says:

    Lol, I love milk and i love eating. I do’t get fat at all. Because i love going to gym and pumping iron. 🙂

  5. nakedhand says:

    Very informative video. I have read many scary things on statins by now. Unfortunately there are so many statin supporting studies and articles out there as well. Even at PBS website.

    The Swedish health authorities have a few highly critical articles on statins, but they stress that effects are mostly reversible.

    I do not understand this: “The body does not make mistakes”, that you keep repeating. How about cancer, mutations, autoimmune disease ie. ?

  6. miguelaestrada says:

    Book, cholesterol, thieve of memories, by nasa doctor and austronaut, informative

  7. miguelaestrada says:

    statins deplete coq10, very bad for muscles, your heart is a muscle, if you take a statin, you need to take co q10

  8. miguelaestrada says:

    Uzp, good thing you go to the gym. Goat milk is better than cow milk, I tried it and it tastes delicious, I buy it raw and add a little bit of honey

  9. miguelaestrada says:

    Dietary fat does not make you fat, sugar and casein in cow milk do

  10. miguelaestrada says:

    Mslgwana, you’re on the right track

    The body DOES make mistakes!

  12. nilesriver2 says:

    Our bodys reflect what we do to them. Maybe the body does make mistakes?..?.?. try me….Lets get an example.

  13. You could start w/ congenital heart and neural tube defects.
    How about genetic defects such as downs syndrome and sickle cell anemia?
    Any number of rheumatologic and connective tissue disorders (no we do NOT do them to ourselves).
    The next thing these quacks will be trying to tell us is that high blood pressure and elevated blood sugar are actually good for us… just the way the good lord intended things to be.
    This is the lunatic fringe… are you really that gullible?

  14. themook1000 says:

    Fantastic information, i wish there were more main stream doctors who thought this way,

  15. oiyabastard says:

    fucki it i eat raw bacon on doughnuts

  16. litebug12345 says:

    When I found out I had high cholesterol & my doctor discussed the option of prescription meds, I thought, NO WAY. I know too much about the mass-marketed, poorly regulated greed mongering of Big Pharma. I have known people who have experienced numbness in their limbs, liver damage, even permanent memory loss. I have always believed in nature and in natural solutions, and I still do. Sterolyn is working for me, in a safe way that I trust.

  17. LOL hilarious response, but not very appetizing, I’m afraid!

  18. I lick it too. I don’t eat it.

  19. tulsatimeflies says:

    Any way to reverse damage? I have severe damage from Vytorin. Great video.I heard that people with thyroid disease should never be given Statins. Any comments? My worst damage is balance in feet, legs, hips, shoulders and loss of facial recognition, and memory loss. Taking a statin is like voluntarily taking Cyanide.

  20. Damn, mercury fillings, i’m 17 and ive got 5, wont be getting any more though, believe me!

  21. Back in the late 90’s I was told my lipids were high. I quit sugar & tryglycerides went to norma. but cholesterol was still high. For a couple years I tried to correct this by diet. Not much result. Hereditary factors in th this. I went on 20mg Lipitor & everything is fine. Been taking it for 9 years. Sometimes statin therapy works for some. Besides, doctors are just guessing-based on studies.

  22. Well everyone’s body reacts differently , maybe your one of the fortunate ones , or maybe it just hasn’t caught up with you yet. I’ve sepnt endless hours researching these statin drugs and thus far I haven’t heard anything nice about them. I’ve even read where several other countries have done away with their use. After reading about the damage these drugs can cause to your body , one has to ask one’s self , is this a risk your willing to take ? I use Niacin and Thus far it works fine.

  23. I’m glad the niacin works for you. It seems that I am one of the fortunate ones. My 2-3 year diet method just showed me that my high C was hereditary. Like my brother says,”better living thru chemistry.”

  24. 00sheilagreasley100 says:

    @thaydia You are very fortunate because I started taking Lipitor and then I started having cramping of the legs which i did not attribute to the lipitor until a friend of mine told me to check it out on the internet which i did – I no longer use lipitor and although every now and then my leg will act up and i cannot climb stairs without holding on to something but i am fine


  25. eternityandforever says:

    SHOCKED! What a shocker… Thanks for your eye-opening video. I am so glad I took the time out of my hectic schedule to view this. I can’t wait to share this great info with people I know with high cholecterol. Is this the cause of high blood pressure?