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Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs do Not Work

"Prescription: A physician's guess at what will best
prolong the situation with least harm to the patient."
- Ambrose Bierce

After people taking Lipitor began to die, AstraZeneca
developed a substitute poison called Crestor. Last year,
thanks to doctors taking enormous kickbacks and over-prescribing
Crestor to their naive and trusting patients, AstraZeneca did
5.7 billion dollars in Crestor business.

This year, there are billions of dollars of cumulative class
action suits from people who became ill and from the surviving
families who lost loved ones due to horrible deaths caused by Crestor.

If you have been conned by your doctor and are a Crestor user,
enjoy a free consultation with this law firm:

http://www.crestorcardiomyopathylawyer.com/

1-800-889-3898

There is only one reason to take a cholesterol-lowering drug.
The reason is that you adore your physician and want him/her
to get free Rolex watches and free vacations from the
pharmaceutical companies which grow wealthy based upon
the system of kickbacks which destroy a patient's health.

In 2010, America's doctors took $310 million in kickbacks from
pharmaceutical companies. Check to see if your physician is in
the crooked cretin database:

http://projects.propublica.org/docdollars/

Yesterday, I spoke with a dear friend of many years who informed
me there her life was free of health issues, and that she took
only blood pressure medication, a cholesterol-lowering drug,
and a thyroid medication. I asked, "If you are in perfect health,
why do you take any medication?" She assured me that the drugs
are safe and that her doctors prescribed the pills just to be
safe, as she has a family history of illnesses which supposedly
can be prevented by such drug use. What a scam!

Doctors and scientists should have learned their lesson
after the first wave of cholesterol-lowering drugs worked
to cause more problems and negative health reactions than
they prevented.

They should have paid attention and observed that nature's
perfect plan had been violated. In complete arrogance,
these men and women of ignorance label the body's solution
of dealing with heart damage by calling the body's own
medicine "bad cholesterol." Does the original architectural
plan for the human body contain a fatally designed flaw?

Is there really such a thing as "bad cholesterol?"

The manufacture of low density lipoprotein (LDL cholesterol)
is the human response to continuous heart damage.

The internal production and secretion of this so-called
"bad cholesterol" is the manner in which the body repairs
its own damage. I call LDL cholesterol the body's own
spackle. When picture hooks cause holes in your walls,
you simply go to a hardware store to purchase a can of
spackle. That fills the hole. Many events are responsible
for heart damage.

The largest heart study in American history (Castelli's
Framingham Heart Study) has identified sulfur based amino
acids (from eating animal protein) as the key to identifying
what causes the greatest amount of damage. So, the body's
antidote to Atkins Diet insanity is to neutralize the damage
by making more LDL cholesterol.

The higher the cholesterol reading, the greater is the damage
that must be repaired. So, what do naive meat eaters do when
faced with high cholesterol rates? They seek doctor's advice.
Doctors prescribe cholesterol lowering drugs which accomplish
the following:

Cholesterol lowering drugs take away the body's mechanism
by which the damage is repaired. In other words, cholesterol
lowering drugs make things worse. Why not simply eliminate
those factors which cause the damage? Animal protein (meat
and dairy) contains an abundance of sulfur-based amino acids.
The worst foods to eat (the highest levels of sulfur) are
chicken and eggs. You do not want the rotten egg smell of
eggs infusing into each of your body's cells. One must
neutralize the resulting acid. To do so, calcium is leached
from where it is stored: in the skeletal system. For this
reason, those living in meat-eating nations have the highest
rates of bone disease.

So, what can you do if you have high cholesterol?
Do one of two things. Take cholesterol lowering drugs
to mask the symptoms and take away the body's innate
ability to repair the damage that you do by eating
caustic animal proteins.

Or...change your diet and furnish your body with clean fuel.

Heart disease is America's number-one killer. The
choice is yours to either be a victim, or have a
change of heart and let food be your medicine.

Robert Cohen
http://www.notmilk.com
http://www.Twitter.com/TheRealNotmilk

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