Statin Drugs Are A Scam. You Need Cholesterol.

The Edgy Truth

The Big Pharma madness machine churns out roughly $29 billion a year. That’s an insane amount of money, and if there is anything we know about Big Pharma, they are driven by money, certainly not by our improving health.

Heart Disease is the number one killer in the United States, even surpassing cancer. Big Pharma produces a series of drugs called “statins” which target cholesterol by lowering it. The idea that is being pushed by Big Pharma is that higher cholesterol leads to heart disease. Almost 25% of people in the United States are on a statin regimen. So often times we are focused on the mass prescribing of antibiotics, SSRI’s, and weight loss concoctions that we forget about the insane market share statins possess.

The problem is two-fold: 1) Cholesterol is not the villain it is pitched to be. 2) Statins have health ramifications that often times aren’t discussed.

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Bill would warn public of mood-altering drugs in water

Arkansas News, Jan. 24, 2011

LITTLE ROCK — A bill filed today by a freshman state legislator seeks disclosure of additives in public drinking water, including mood-altering drugs.

Rep. Loy Mauch, R-Bismarck, filed House Bill 1205, which would require the operators of public water systems to disclose information about any chemicals additives in drinking water, including their chemical composition.

The bill states that such regulation is necessary in part because “public policy discussions of the prospects of adding lithium to the public water to alter human mood imbalances, and statin drugs to affect human cholesterol … have increased.”

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