Cholesterol Reduction: How Statins Interfere With Proper Cellular Metabolism

Executive Summary

  • Statins reduce cholesterol levels — however, the pharma companies and MDs leave out important negative metabolic consequences of using statins.

Introduction

Statins are widely prescribed to bring down cholesterol levels. However, what pharmaceutical companies and medical establishment hide from the public is that statins interfere with proper cellular metabolism. The overstatement of the issue with cholesterol means that many people take these drugs unnecessarily. What’s more, the statin profits for pharmaceutical companies are staggering.

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