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    Wednesday, November 23, 2016

    PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS

    Antipsychotics, antidepressants and benzodiazepines kill more than 500,000 people per year

    Short-term randomized trials of older people show that antipsychotics kill one (1) out of every 100 people notes Prof. Peter Gøtzsche, MD.

    In people 65 and older in the USA and Europe alone, antipsychotics, antidepressants and benzodiazepines kill more than 500,000 people per year Dr. Gøtzsche estimates.



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    Tuesday, November 22, 2016

    ANTIDEPRESSANTS

    Addiction to antidepressants, Peter Gøtzsche, MD

    It can take months or years to get off of an antidepressant and some people never succeed notes Prof. Peter Gøtzsche, MD.

    Withdrawal symptoms of antidepressants are very similar to those of benzodiazepines, 37 of 42 symptoms were the same, Dr. Gøtzsche notes.

    Half of patients say that they are dependent on [addicted to] antidepressants and it is difficult to stop.

    In 2003, the W.H.O. reported that fluoxetine (Prozac), paroxetine (Paxil) and sertraline (Zoloft) were among the top 30 highest ranking drugs for which drug dependence had ever been reported.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Tue, Nov 22, 2016 4:35 pm | [0] comments

    PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS

    Antidepressants are not effective says Peter Gotzsche, MD

    Antidepressants have been found to have very little effect when compared to an active placebo—a placebo which causes dry mouth so that neither the patients nor the researchers can guess who is getting the real drug—notes Prof. Peter Gøtzsche, MD.

    He notes that the effect of the real antidepressants—tricyclic antidepressants in these trials—found a difference of only 1.3 points on the Hamilton Depression Scale, but the smallest effect that can be perceived is 5-6 points.

    [Note: Studies show that serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSIR’s) are no more effective than tricyclic antidepressants.]

    [For example, a meta-analysis published in 2000 which compared the efficacy of these two classes of drugs concluded that “There is no overall difference in efficacy between SSRIs and TCAs [tricyclic antidepressants such as amitriptyline].”]

    Patients improve by the same amount naturally within a few days

    Dr. Gøtzsche also notes that other antidepressant studies have found that it only takes a few days longer for the placebo group to improve by 1.3 points on the Hamilton Depression Scale which is simply the spontaneous remission of the disease.

    In other words, antidepressants have very little effect and most of the improvement that people experience over time is simply the natural, spontaneous remission of the depression.

    I realized this in 1994 when my mother was told to take an antidepressant for two months to see if it was going to work, followed by another antidepressant for two months, followed by another antidepressant.

    At the time I thought how incredibly ineffective these drugs must be if it takes two months for them to have an effect.

    Below is a quote of exactly what Dr. Gøtzsche wrote.



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    PSYCHIATRIC DRUGS

    Antidepressants cause 15 times more suicides than the FDA claims says Prof. Peter Gotzsche, MD

    “Under-reporting of deaths in [drug] industry funded trials [of antidepressants] is another major flaw. Based on some of the randomised trials that were included in a meta-analysis of 100,000 patients by the US Food and Drug Administration, I have estimated that there are likely to have been 15 times more suicides among people taking antidepressants than reported by the FDA,” writes Prof. Peter Gøtzsche, MD.



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    Monday, November 07, 2016

    INTERMITTENT FASTING

    The benefits of intermittent fasting

    Here is a summary of the benefits of intermittent fasting.

    Intermittent fasting has cured some people with type 2 diabetes, and some in as little as two weeks, as noted by Jason Fung, MD who is the author of the book The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting.

    Intermittent fasting has allowed some people with type 2 diabetes to get off of insulin (which is a great thing).

    Intermittent fasting has allowed some people to get off of all prescription drugs including those for diabetes, blood pressure, cholesterol, and some in a very short time (in as little as 1.5 months according to one patient Dr. Fung talked about).



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    Wednesday, November 02, 2016

    FATS VS CARBS

    Men and women consuming them most fats vs the most carbs were 16% less likely to die over 22-26 yrs

    Men and women in the top one-fifth for consuming the most fat were 15% less likely to die over the next 22-26 years compared to the one-fifth of men and women consuming the most carbohydrates according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    FATS VS CARBS

    Men and women consuming them most fats vs the most carbs were 16% less likely to die over 22-26 yrs

    Men and women in the top one-fifth for consuming the most fat were 15% less likely to die over the next 22-26 years compared to the one-fifth of men and women consuming the most carbohydrates according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    Tuesday, November 01, 2016

    FAT INTAKE

    Men and women consuming them most saturated fat vs least were 8% more likely to die over 22-26 yrs

    Men and women in the top one-fifth for consuming the most saturated fat were 8% more likely to die over the next 22-26 years compared to the one-fifth of men and women consuming the least according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Tue, Nov 01, 2016 5:13 pm | [0] comments

    FAT INTAKE

    Every 5% increase in saturated fat associated with 8% greater risk of death over 22-26 years

    When compared with the same number of calories from carbohydrate, every 5% increase in saturated fat intake was associated with an 8% greater risk of death over the next 22-26 years according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Tue, Nov 01, 2016 5:08 pm | [0] comments

    FAT INTAKE

    Men and women consuming them most polyunsaturated fat vs least 19% less likely to die over 22-26 yrs

    Men and women in the top one-fifth for consuming the most polyunsaturated fat were 19% less likely to die over the next 22-26 years compared to the one-fifth of men and women consuming the least according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Tue, Nov 01, 2016 5:01 pm | [0] comments

    FAT INTAKE

    Men and women consuming them most monounsaturated fat vs least 11% less likely to die over 22-26 yrs

    Men and women in the top one-fifth for consuming the most monounsaturated fat were 11% less likely to die over the next 22-26 years compared to the one-fifth of men and women consuming the least according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    FAT INTAKE

    Men and women consuming them most trans fat vs least were 13% more likely to die over 22-26 yrs

    Men and women in the top one-fifth for consuming the most trans fat were 13% more likely to die over the next 22-26 years compared to the one-fifth of men and women consuming the least according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Tue, Nov 01, 2016 4:41 pm | [0] comments

    FAT INTAKE

    Every 2% higher intake of trans fats associated with 16% greater risk of death over 22-26 years

    Every 2% higher intake of trans fats was associated with a 16% greater risk of death over the next 22-26 years according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    FAT INTAKE

    People consuming them most omega-3 fatty acids vs least were 15% less likely to die over 22-26 yrs

    Men and women in the top one-fifth for consuming the most omega-3 fatty acids were 15% less likely to die over the next 22-26 years compared to the one-fifth of men and women consuming the least according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    FAT INTAKE

    Men and women consuming them most marine omega-3 fatty acids 4% less likely to die over 22-26 yrs

    Men and women in the top one-fifth for consuming the most marine omega-3 fatty acids (meaning from fish) were 4% less likely to die over the next 22-26 years compared to the one-fifth of men and women consuming the least according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    FAT INTAKE

    Replacing 5% of energy from saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat reduced risk of death by 27%

    Replacing 5% of energy from saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat was associated with a 27% lower risk of death in men and women over the next 22-26 years according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    FAT INTAKE

    Replacing 5% of energy from saturated fat with monounsaturated fat reduced risk of death by 13%

    Replacing 5% of energy from saturated fat with monounsaturated fat was associated with a 13% lower risk of death in men and women over the next 22-26 years according to a study from researchers at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.



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    Friday, October 28, 2016

    FASTING

    Does fasting cause muscle loss? No, notes Jason Fung, MD

    Does fasting to lose weight causes you to lose muscle?

    No, it does not according to a new book called The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting by Jason Fung, MD and Jimmie Moore.

    “Alternate-day fasting over seventy days decreased body weight by 6 percent, but fat mass decreased by 11.4 percent and lean mass (muscle and bone) did not change at all,” Dr. Fung writes.

    “The normal protein breakdown of around seventy-five [75] grams per day falls to fifteen to twenty [15-20] grams per day during fasting.

    “Rather than burning muscle during fasting, we start conserving muscle.

    “Much of the amino acids that are broken down during regular turnover of cells are reabsorbed into new proteins.”



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    FASTING

    Does fasting cause low blood sugar? No, notes Jason Fung, MD

    Does fasting to lose weight cause low blood sugar?

    No, it does not according to a new book called The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting by Jason Fung, MD and Jimmie Moore.

    “Sometimes people worry that blood sugar will fall very low during fasting and they will become shaky and sweaty. Luckily, this does not actually happen,” Dr. Fung writes.



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    FASTING

    Does fasting provoke overeating? No, notes Jason Fung, MD

    If someone fasts for a day, will they eat twice as much the next day?

    No according to a new book called The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting by Jason Fung, MD and Jimmie Moore.

    Studies show that people eat roughly an extra 500 calories on the day after a fast, but not nearly enough to make up for the calories lost on the day where people consume no calories Dr. Fung notes.



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    Thursday, October 27, 2016

    FASTING

    Does fasting reduce metabolism? No, notes Jason Fung, MD

    You might think that fasting to lose weight would cause a drop in metabolism—I certainly assumed that it would—but this is not true according to a new, very interesting book called The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting by Jason Fung, MD and Jimmie Moore.

    Fasting does not reduce basal metabolism.

    In fact, one study suggests that the exact opposite happens.

    4 days of continuous fasting increased metabolism by 12%

    They noted that one study found that four (4) days of continuous fasting increased basal metabolism by 12 percent.

    Dr. Fung explains why this is.



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    Wednesday, October 26, 2016

    EVERY OTHER DAY MODIFIED FAST

    Limiting intake to 500 calories every other day caused weight loss of 11.4 lbs in 3 months

    Having people limit their calorie intake to 500 calories every other day, which is 25% of their calorie needs, and allowing them to eat as much as they wanted to on the other days, caused them to lose an average of 11.4 lbs in 3 months, dropping from an average of 169 lbs to 158 lbs, according to a study by Krista Varady, PhD from the University of Illinois in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

    Krista Varady, PhD has noted that their research has found that eating 25% of calories every other day (roughly 500 calories every other day) works BETTER than eating 0% of calories—eating NO calories on the “fasting” day—and better than eating 50% or 75% of calories every other day.

    They have found that compliance with this type of diet—limiting intake to 500 calories per day (25% of your calorie needs)—is MUCH higher than when people are told to eat NO calories on the “fasting” day.

    They have also found that eating 500 calories every other day causes most of the weight loss to be fat, and preserves muscle.



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    EVERY OTHER DAY MODIFIED FAST

    Limiting intake to 500 calories every other day caused weight loss of 5-6% in 2-3 months

    Having people limit their calorie intake to 500 calories every other day, which is 25% of their calorie needs, and allowing them to eat as much as they wanted to on the other days, causes an average weight loss of 5-6% of body weight in obese people (BMI 30-39) in 2-3 months according to three studies done by Krista Varady, PhD from the University of Illinois in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

    Krista Varady, PhD has noted that their research has found that eating 25% of calories every other day (roughly 500 calories every other day) works BETTER than eating 0% of calories—eating NO calories on the “fasting” day—and better than eating 50% or 75% of calories every other day.

    They have found that compliance with this type of diet—limiting intake to 500 calories per day (25% of your calorie needs)—is MUCH higher than when people are told to eat NO calories on the “fasting” day.

    They have also found that eating 500 calories every other day causes most of the weight loss to be fat, and preserves muscle.



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    EVERY OTHER DAY MODIFIED FAST

    Limiting intake to 500 calories every other day reduced blood pressure from 124/78 to 117/72 mm Hg

    Having people limit their calorie intake to 500 calories every other day, which is 25% of their calorie needs, and allowing them to eat as much as they wanted to on the other days, causes an average weight loss of 5-6% of body weight in 2-3 months according to studies done by Krista Varady, PhD from the University of Illinois in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

    Blood pressure fell by 7 points, falling from 124/78 to 117/72 mm Hg.



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    EVERY OTHER DAY MODIFIED FAST

    Limiting intake to 500 calories every other day: mild headache in 2 people, constipation in one

    Having people limit their calorie intake to 500 calories every other day, which is 25% of their calorie needs, and allowing them to eat as much as they wanted to on the other days, causes an average weight loss of 5-6% of body weight in 2-3 months according to studies done by Krista Varady, PhD from the University of Illinois in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

    “A couple of adverse events were reported during the study,” the paper notes.

    “Two subjects experienced mild headaches during week 1 of the trial, which may or may not be related to dietary treatment.

    “One other subject reported constipation during week 1 and 2 of the trial. The subject was advised to consume more fruits and vegetables on feed days, and the constipation subsided by week 3 of the dietary intervention period.”



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    EVERY OTHER DAY MODIFIED FAST

    Limiting intake to 500 calories every other day caused weight loss of 12.3 lbs in 2 months

    Having obese people limit their calorie intake to 500 calories every other day, which is 25% of their calorie needs, and allowing them to eat as much as they wanted to on the other days, caused them to lose an average of 12.3 lbs in 2 months, reducing their body weight by 5.8%, dropping from an average of 213 lbs to 201 lbs, according to a study by Krista Varady, PhD from the University of Illinois in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

    Nearly all of the weight loss—11.9 lbs of the 12.3 lbs weight loss—was body fat.

    Krista Varady, PhD has noted that their research has found that eating 25% of calories every other day (roughly 500 calories every other day) works BETTER than eating 0% of calories—eating NO calories on the “fasting” day—and better than eating 50% or 75% of calories every other day.

    They have found that compliance with this type of diet—limiting intake to 500 calories per day (25% of your calorie needs)—is MUCH higher than when people are told to eat NO calories on the “fasting” day.

    They have also found that eating 500 calories every other day causes most of the weight loss to be fat, and preserves muscle.



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    Monday, October 24, 2016

    PROTON PUMP INHIBITORS

    Proton pump inhibitors increase the risk of dementia by 44% according to German study

    Regular use of proton pump inhibitors (PPI’s) in the elderly were associated with a 44% greater risk of dementia according to an analysis from researchers at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Bonn, Germany.



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    Wednesday, October 19, 2016

    WATER INTAKE & WEIGHT LOSS

    People drinking 17 oz of water before meals 3X per day lost an average of 9.5 lbs

    People drinking 17 ounces (500 ml) of water thirty minutes before meals three times a day lost an average of 9.5 lbs after three months compared to only 1.8 lbs for those who preloaded with water only once a day or none at all according to a recent study conducted in Birmingham, England.



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    WATER INTAKE & WEIGHT LOSS

    Drinking 17 oz of water before meals increased weight loss by 2.7 lbs

    People drinking 17 ounces (500 ml) of water thirty minutes before meals lost 2.7 pounds more after three months than those who did not drink the water according to a recent study conducted in Birmingham, England.

    This was after adjusting for ethnicity, age and gender.

    The group drinking water lost an average of 5.3 lbs versus 2.6 lbs in the control group.

    (Some people did not preload with water three times a day as instructed, but instead only preloaded with water only once or twice a day.)

    Those who were most compliant lost an average of 9.5 lbs

    Those who preloaded with water three (3) times a day lost an average of 9.5 lbs compared to only 1.8 lbs for those who preloaded with water only once a day or none at all.



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    Tuesday, October 18, 2016

    METABOLISM

    Resting metabolism dropped 11% in women who lost 11%

    Resting metabolism dropped by 11 percent in women who lost 11 percent of their body according to a study from the Institute of Medicine in Toulouse, France.

    This decrease in metabolism was maintained after the women's weight stabilized.

    The women lost an average of 22 pounds, dropping from 195 pounds to 173 pounds.

    Resting metabolism dropped by 267 calories per day, from 1690 calories to 1423 calories per day.

    "To summarize, the present study confirmed that steady weight loss in humans is accompanied by a decrease in [resting metabolism]," the researchers concluded.

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    METABOLISM

    Female metabolism 11 percent lower than males after adjustment for height, weight and age

    Female metabolism is 11 percent slower than males even after adjustment for height, weight and age according to a 1996 study.

    This included looking at total calories burned, basal metabolic rate and calories burned during exercise.

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    RESTING METABOLISM

    Resting metabolism falls by 15 calories per day for every 2.2 lbs lost for a low-calorie diet

    Resting metabolism slows by 15 calories for every 2.2 pounds that is lost on a low-calorie diet according to a 2009 paper by Eric Doucet and A. Schwartz from the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

    This was true for both men and women.

    So if you lose 22 lbs, resting metabolism falls by 150 calories per day.

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    RESTING METABOLISM

    Resting metabolism falls by 11 calories per day for every 2.2 lbs lost from surgery

    Resting metabolism slows by 11 calories per day for every 2.2 pounds that is lost from weight loss surgery according to a 2009 paper by Eric Doucet and A. Schwartz from the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

    This was less than the decrease of 15 calories per day seen with weight loss from a low-calorie diet.

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    RESTING METABOLISM

    Resting metabolism falls by 25 calories per day for every 2.2 lbs lost from liposuction

    Resting metabolism slows by 25 calories per day for every 2.2 pounds that is lost from weight loss due to liposuction surgery according to a 2009 paper by Eric Doucet and A. Schwartz from the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

    This may be because body fat releases leptin, a hormone which decreases appetite and increases metabolism, therefore, by removing fat cells, liposuction may decrease leptin levels, and thus, decrease resting metabolism.

    Studies have shown that giving leptin injections "reverse the effects of weight loss on resting [metabolism]," the paper notes.

    This was much greater than the decrease of 15 calories per day seen with weight loss from a low-calorie diet, and the 11 calorie decrease seen with weight loss surgery.

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    Posted by Larry Hobbs on Tue, Oct 18, 2016 9:15 am | [0] comments

    Friday, October 14, 2016

    APPETITE AFTER WEIGHT LOSS

    2.2 lbs weight loss increases appetite by 100 calories per day, long-term weight loss difficult

    Every one kilogram (2.2 lbs) that a person loses, appetite increases by roughly 100 calories per day making long-term weight loss difficult according to a new study from researchers at the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

    The chart below from the paper shows that while patients lost very roughly 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs), their appetite increased by roughly 350 calories per day.



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    Tuesday, October 04, 2016

    MEDITERRANEAN DIET

    Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil reduces death by 18% over 4.8 years

    People at high risk of cardiovascular disease, but with no cardiovascular disease at enrollment, who were randomly assigned to eat a Mediterranean diet supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil were 18% less likely to die during an average follow-up of 4.8 years compared to people assigned to the control group who were recommended to eat less fat, although the difference was not statistically significant.

    There was an 85% chance that the difference was due to the differences in diet, and a 15% chance that the difference was due to random chance.

    (It’s good enough for me.)



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    Monday, October 03, 2016

    RED MEAT

    Study: People consuming the most red meat were 21% more likely to die

    The one-fifth of people consuming the most red meat were 21% more likely to have died compared with the one-fifth of people consuming the least amount of red meat according to a new study from Sweden.

    This included a 29% greater risk of dying from cardiovascular disease but no increased risk of dying from cancer (0% increased risk).

    Results were similar regardless of whether people ate a high, medium or low amount of fruits and vegetables.



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    Wednesday, September 21, 2016

    STATINS

    While statin use increased 68% (1999-2005), heart attacks increased 16%, strokes 45%!

    Statin use among US adults increased dramatically from 1999 to 2005 from 8% of people surveyed to 13.4% of people surveyed, a relative increase of 68%.

    How much do you think this reduced heart attacks, strokes and coronary heart disease?

    Would you be surprised to learn that during this time that:

    Heart attacks increased from 3.4% to 3.7%, a relative increase of 16%!

    Strokes increased from 2.0% to 2.9%, a relative increase of 45%!

    Coronary heart disease increased from 2.8% to 3.7%, a relative increase of 32%!

    Type 2 diabetes increased from 7.8% to 10.3%, a relative increase of 32%!

    People with one or more of these conditions increased from 13.4% to 16%, a relative increase of 19%!

    Do you believe that statins reduce the risk of heart attack, stroke and death?

    I do not.

    The results of the study mentioned above suggests the exact opposite.

    Below is more evidence that statins are not the wonderful, life-saving drugs that we have been led to believe, but instead the exact opposite: that statins are causing harm.


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    Saturday, September 17, 2016

    STATINS

    2.8 times more people given lovastatin died than those given a placebo (0.50% vs 0.18%)

    In the first statin study called the the Expanded Clinical Evaluation of Lovastatin (EXCEL) study (1991), all-cause mortality was 2.8 times greater in people given lovastatin those given a placebo (0.50% vs 0.18%) during the first year of follow-up as noted in a 1992 paper published in the British Medical Journal titled Should there be a moratorium on the use of cholesterol lowering drugs?



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    Friday, September 16, 2016

    CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

    ‘Conflict of interest ... is a cancer eating at the core of medical research,’ says Dr Kailash Chand

    Medical research is fraught with incompetence, careerism and fraud. Conflict of interest ... is a cancer eating at the core of medical research,” Dr. Kailash Chand, deputy chairman of the British Medical Association, “who is an outspoken critic of what he regards as industry-driven hype surrounding statins” was quoted as saying in a Dec 2015 article published on the Daily Mail Online.

    The more embedded the financial and other interests in the outcome of a study, the more likely the findings are going to be false.

    “We need doctors to concentrate on research that matters to patients, not their careers or the advance of drug companies.”



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