Do you believe the medical community’s claim that it is high cholesterol that causes heart attacks, heart disease and/or strokes?
Do you also believe you need to take a drug to lower it?
This is a lie and you need to know the truth – Very low cholesterol is dangerous to your health – and taking pharmaceutical drugs, primarily statins, are more dangerous than the cholesterol!
People have been wrongly told for years and years that their high cholesterol levels were going to kill them if they didn’t do something – immediately!
During this same time, people who had been prescribed cholesterol lowering drug, experienced serious side effects – most of which were ignored by the medical community.
It is imperative to understand the pros and cons of cholesterol and statin drugs – You will be very surprised!
Cholesterol might not be the danger to your health that conventional medical doctors believe it is.
In fact, their medication IS THE GREATEST DANGER!
Read on to hear the surprising facts from my friend, Lena Sanchez, and change your view of cholesterol forever.
Brain Disease Increase Connected To Low Cholesterol!
© Lena Sanchez
Has your doctor insisted you need to lower your cholesterol levels? Tens of thousands are being told this and are taking cholesterol lowering medications – statins – out of fear they will have a heart attack, stroke or heart disease. This is far from the truth!
In fact, according to one study – “very low LDL cholesterol levels may actually increase your risk of Parkinson’s disease.” The study involved 236 people — 124 Parkinson’s patients and 112 controls. The researchers measured all the participants’ cholesterol levels and gathered information regarding their smoking habits and use of cholesterol-lowering drugs.
They found the subjects with the lowest LDL levels (less than 114 milligrams per deciliter) had a 3.5-fold higher occurrence of Parkinson’s than the participants with higher LDL levels (below 138 to 250 milligrams per deciliter).
Conventional medicine wonders why millions of Alzheimer’s cases exist – research shows there will be 14 million cases by 2050. It seems that the pharmaceutical industry, along with doctors, who aim for an LDL below 200, are actually causing the Alzheimer’s increase!
Here is what Mayo Clinic Cardiologist, Dr. Thomas Behrenbeck stated:
“Rare cases of memory loss have been reported in people taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, such as Lipitor. But these reports were anecdotal and have not been substantiated by formal testing of cognitive function. In most of these cases, memory improved after the individuals stopped taking the statins.”
If these statin drugs can cause memory loss, could Alzheimer’s patients really be suffering with drug induced, very low cholesterol memory loss caused by use of statin drugs?