A cured patient is a lost customer. And Harvard agrees.
For years, my medical team has been helping people understand what cholesterol and LDL are — and why they are important. As a reference, we would suggest a person do a google search using the following terms: Cholesterol Brain Harvard….
With this search, up would pop an article titled, “Cholesterol, the mind, and the brain.” Recently, with all the health censorship occurring, I got the uneasy feeling that this article might disappear so I downloaded it. Here is the link….
The key point made by Harvard is as follows:
“cholesterol is essential for human health. It is the building block of steroid hormones, including the stress hormone cortisol and the male and female sex hormones, including testosterone and the estrogens. Cholesterol is also an essential component of the membranes that surround all human cells. More than simply holding cells together, these membranes have a crucial role in regulating cell function and allowing chemicals to pass into and out of cells.
Because cholesterol is so vital, the body does not rely on diet to provide it. In fact, most of the cholesterol in the blood is manufactured in the liver.”
I’d like to provide a reference on the Harvard site, but it’s gone….. WHY?
Statins drugs, that lower LDL, thus total cholesterol, are not expensive — so why would Harvard — which only cares about power and money — care about such an inexpensive drug?
Because it CAUSES many diseases that are VERY EXPENSIVE (and no doctors are making this association — so statin treatment goes “scott free.”
Here is a short list of diseases statin use causes:
- Type 2 diabetes
- Infectious disease (AIDS patients with low cholesterol die at VERY high rates)
- Skin infections
- Congestive heart failure (your heart is a muscle and statins reduce an important muscle coenzyme, CoQ10. Thus the people making entresto love statin drugs.
- Violent deaths from suicides (because cholesterol is so important to brain health — per the “olde Harvard.”
Harvard supports the drug industry and their big bank — not little you.
Here is the person responsible for the censoring of this important information. Please write to him and give him some much-deserved love….
Statins reduce heart disease death, right? Well take a look at these statistics and see if you agree — from a Wall Street Journal article…