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Please show your doctor this before taking another statin
Statins are incredibly popular treatments with doctors handing them out as if they were sugar tablets.
But do statins even work?They certainly work to lower cholesterol for many people, but that doesn’t mean they actually prevent deaths or heart attacks.
In a report published in JAMA that recommended the use of statins…
…the researchers still admitted that people who took statins had NO LOWER risk of dying of a heart attack…
…versus those who didn’t take statins.
“The estimate for the association with cardiovascular mortality was not statistically significant.”
In plain English, the statins didn’t do anything to prevent deaths from heart attacks.
This data wasn’t a small sample size either. The JAMA report looked at 12 different trials with 75,138 people in them.
I bet your doctor hasn’t told you this!
Now… before you get mad at your doc for not giving you this information…
…you need to understand that they probably DON’T KNOW.
The fact that statins don’t prevent heart attacks isn’t something that Big Pharma advertises. They just push the treatments.
Statins also don’t do a magnificent job of preventing heart attacks.
Here’s the data from the same study:
“fatal or nonfatal MI (12 trials, n = 75,401; RR, 0.67 [95%CI, 0.60 to 0.75] at 2-6 years; I2 = 14%; ARD, −0.85% [95% CI, −1.21% to−0.47%]; NNT, 118”
Here’s what that means. To prevent a single heart attack 118 people need to take a statin for several years. Yikes!
Another study published in the BMJ suggested that satin use should be limited because:
- All cause mortality doesn’t go down with statin use.
- There is only a very small reduction in the risk of heart attack or stroke.
- There is no reduction in medical events that cause hospitalization
This might all be OK if statins didn’t carry significant risks.
Statin use is associated with the onset of diabetes and metabolic problems.
Statin use was associated with diabetes progression in patients with diabetes—statin users had a higher likelihood of insulin treatment initiation, developing significant hyperglycemia, experiencing acute glycemic complications, and being ‘given’ an increased number of glucose-lowering ‘treatment’ classes.
Developing diabetes is a HUGE issue.
When you have diabetes, that means you have metabolic issues…
…and having metabolic issues is often an indicator of other major health issues.
This is NOT a risk that I am personally willing to take for the small benefits that statins provide.Another significant risk of statins is muscle pain.
The muscle pain can range from mild to severe, depending on the patient.
Although mild muscle pain is a relatively common side effect of statins, some people who take statin ‘treatments’ to lower their cholesterol may have severe muscle pain. This intense pain may be a symptom of rhabdomyolysis (rab-doe-my-OL-ih-sis), a rare condition that causes muscle cells to break down.
The severe pain can be an indication that muscle cells are breaking down.
Wow. That’s another side effect that I’m not willing to risk.
Of course, I’m not a doctor and I can’t give you medical advice.
You should never quit your treatments just because of anything I write.
And you should always check with your doctor before discontinuing a statin.
Personally, I’m never going on these treatments.
I’ll just take my chances, and make sure that I’m eating well and getting plenty of physical activity.
—-Important Message About Managing Cholesterol Without Statins—-
Did you know it’s possible to convert high cholesterol into high testosterone?
This is something men will rarely if ever hear from a doctor.
Yet you can do it from the comfort of your own home.
Without statins. Without terrible side effects.
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Cholesterol goes down. And testosterone goes up.