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April 17, 2012

“Bad” LDL Cholesterol May Protect Us Against Cancer — LDL cholesterol is demonized, but now a new discovery adds to the growing list of health benefits — Big Pharma’s pushes STATIN DRUGS even though they have been linked to nerve damage, muscle damage, liver enzyme derangement, tendon problems, anemia, acidosis, cataracts, sexual dysfunction, an increase in type 2 diabetes, and now cancer!

Filed under: BIG Pharma • ToBeFree — Jeff Fenske @ 4:39 pm

From: anh-usa.org

“Bad” LDL Cholesterol May Protect Us Against Cancer

April 3, 2012

There may be a link between low levels of “bad” low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol—that is, not enough of it—and increased cancer risk, according to new research. Scientists at Tufts University….

This finding underscores what we have said before. The “HDL cholesterol is good and LDL is bad” message being perpetrated by mainstream medicine is at the very least an oversimplification. LDL is needed by the body to build new muscle, which is important as we age. LDL can protect the brain as we age, and low levels of it can escalate problems such as dementia and memory loss. …

So why does mainstream medicine demonize LDL cholesterolCould it be because it benefits the billion-dollar cholesterol drug industry? Statin drugs are taken by one in four Americans over age of 45, and if patients stopped buying cholesterol drugs, Big Pharma would be in a serious financial crisis. In fact, as soon as the study’s cancer findings were published, a heart “expert” immediately warned that “statins used for LDL reduction shouldn’t be stopped if there is an appropriate use to lower heart disease risk.”

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