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Men taking statins often develop this ruinous malady

I’m not a big fan of Big Pharma.

And when I say “not a fan” – I mean that I really despise their “get everyone hooked on long-term meds they can never get off of” business model.

You probably already know that about me by now, especially if you read any of the stuff I write.

And my disgust about this only gets WORSE over time.

And I’m not saying there aren’t any valuable interventions from Big Pharma, because there are.

But I am saying that many of the most common treatments they sell have side effects and other problems.

And you will probably never hear about any of this from your doctor because the upside is supposedly so good for you.

And it’s not your doctor’s fault either.

They’re mostly educated about what works in medicine by the pharmaceutical industry.

But that means you have to look at the studies yourself.

Or read what I write – because I spend tons of time every week looking at studies like this one…

It shows a serious connection between statins (cholesterol-lowering treatments) and diabetes.

Cholesterol-lowering treatments put you at risk for diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a growing problem in much of the world.

And it’s a problem of epidemic proportions here in the United States.

“As of 2015, 30.3 million Americans9.4% of the U.S. population – have diabetes. Another 84.1 million have prediabetes, a condition that if not treated often leads to type 2 diabetes within five years.”

Usually when you go to the doctor with diabetes or prediabetes, they put you on Big Pharma treatments to stabilize your blood sugar.

In my opinion, that approach is primarily designed to get consumers HOOKED on more life-long treatments.

Yes, sometimes diabetes treatments are lifesaving…

But, in general, it’s MUCH better to prevent diabetes when possible and even reverse it – which actually can be done.

In addition, before docs put you on these meds, they should probably be looking at what OTHER medications you’re taking.

Because it turns out that statins – cholesterol meds – put people at a HIGHER risk for developing diabetes.

“Individuals using statins may be at higher risk for hyperglycemia, insulin resistance, and eventually type 2 diabetes.”

The crazy thing is that these cholesterol-lowering meds don’t work that well anyway, compared to other types of interventions.

Here’s the rather nasty reality…

Statins, which put you at risk for diabetes, don’t even work that well to reduce what’s called “all-cause mortality” – basically the chance that you’re going to die from any given cause.

The real irony is that NOT taking statins and adjusting your lifestyle actually works MUCH better to reduce your risk of cardiovascular events.

AND it decreases your risk of diabetes as well.

Studies show that maintaining a healthy lifestyle – not smoking, eating a healthy diet, exercising for 30 minutes on most days, and consuming alcohol only in moderation – reduces the risk of CVD about three times more than taking a statin…

And of course this has many other health benefits as well

I’m not saying to just drop your statins or your diabetes treatments. That’s dangerous.

What I am saying is to question every treatment your doctor wants to put you on…

Especially if they are long-term types of treatments.

Often, you can get better effects by creating small lifestyle changes.

I personally think our dependency on long-term Big Pharma products is doing MUCH more harm than good.

“In our pharmaceutically oriented society, we must not forget that lifestyle factors are far more important than medical care in protecting our health…”

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These options and alternatives work like crazy to extend life and reduce diseases such as diabetes, dementia, “rockiness” problems, and more.

Personally, I won’t take statins or pretty much any other long-term Big Pharma therapy…

Because they always seem to come with side effects that are VERY undesirable.

I’d rather take charge of my health myself.

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