I’d like to share with you a recent article by Dr. Donald Miller, a heart Surgeon, which was just published in the journal of American Physicians and Surgeons. In this short, simple, yet comprehensive article, Dr. Miller provides extensive evidence that dispels the cholesterol / heart disease theory and exposes the folly and dangers of taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs.
To summarize, Dr. Miller
1. Explains that there is no evidence to support the notion that cholesterol causes atherosclerosis and plaque.
2. Exposes the deceiving ways pharmaceutical companies manipulate clinical trial results to make them appear favorable and the way they minimize the incidence of adverse effects.
3. Highlights the important roles of cholesterol in the human body and
4. Lists the various adverse effects cholesterol lowering medications may cause.
Dr. Miller provides extensive evidence to support all this.
I believe this article is written in a way that most non-medically trained readers would understand. If you are taking cholesterol lowering medications or if you are reluctant to take a prescription for cholesterol lowering medications from your doctor, you could download this article as a PDF document, print it and show it to your doctor. Hopefully, the credibility of the author and the evidence presented will sway your doctor to stop putting the lives of so many people in danger by prescribing dangerous cholesterol lowering drugs.
Here is the link to the article: http://www.jpands.org/vol20no2/miller.pdf
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