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How Statin Drugs Really Lower Cholesterol: And Kill You One Cell at a Time Paperback – March 12, 2012
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Not only do the authors of this book reveal the corruption and the conspiracy it took to bring statins to market, they trace the medical history of statin development, give the readers the low down on the science of how they really work, and show how they slowly kill you, in simple language anyone can understand. And they back it all up with impeccable references.
This book reads like a detective novel and you cannot put it down once you start reading it until you are finished.
Once you read these this book, there is no physician or scientist on earth that could convince you to take a statin drug. Even one of the developers of one statin drug, when his cholesterol was considered “too high”, declined to take the drug, stating that “The Indigo dyer wears white pants.” To get his meaning, I invite you to read the book!
This is an amazing book. A book so well-written, so compelling, that it makes you sigh over and over as you realize what is happening to MILLIONS of people every single day they are on these drugs... ONE CELL AT A TIME. It literally breaks my heart as a practitioner in the natural health field to see people lose their health in these ways. Brings me to tears.
DO NOT GIVE YOUR LIFE AWAY.
There is no "easy road" to life... STAND up.... LEARN... SEEK to get well - your body WANTS you to let it be restored to health naturally.
STAY AWAY from these poisons.