Psst… hey buddy. Pick a disease, any disease — I’ve got it for you right here, in this little bottle.
That’s not a sales pitch you’ll hear for a drug anytime soon.
But maybe you should!
Statins have already been linked to just about every possible side effect you can imagine — and a few you can’t. And now, the latest research ties these cholesterol meds to yet another monster risk.
Ready for the most outrageous part of all this?
This new risk is for a condition that some Big Pharma hacks have claimed statins can help prevent!
Researchers have published bogus studies talking up statins as a way to prevent Parkinson’s disease — but the new study exposes the ugly truth, and it’s just the opposite.
Take these drugs, and your risk of this debilitating, permanent and DEADLY condition jumps by more than 60 percent.
That’s overall… but the first time you pop that pill, your risk is even higher.
In your first year on the drug, your risk of Parkinson’s disease almost DOUBLES, according to the study presented at the American Neurological Association’s annual meeting.
This isn’t a “side effect” by the way.
This is the drug WORKING exactly as PLANNED — because despite what you’ve heard, cholesterol isn’t the bad guy.
A molecule in your brain that’s derived from cholesterol plays a critical role in the production of dopamine.
That’s the “feel good” chemical that lights up the pleasure centers in your noggin.
When your cholesterol levels drop, that molecule shuts down… your pleasure center is closed for business… which leads to mood problems such as depression, as well as Parkinson’s disease.
And that’s hardly the only thing on the line here.
Cutting cholesterol will increase your risk of muscle pain, sex problems, diabetes, and even cancer.
One study published over the summer found HIGH levels of LDL cholesterol will cut your risk of death from prostate cancer by 47 percent, breast cancer by 43 percent, bowel cancer by 30 percent, and lung cancer by 22 percent.
And they still have the nerve to call this “bad” cholesterol?
It’s time to get back to basics: Cut out the junk food, spend a little time on your feet every day, and you’ll find your cholesterol levels will end up right where they need to be, even if they’re a little higher than those stupid mainstream targets.
If they don’t get into that zone, you don’t need a pill. You need a doc who’s got the smarts to figure out what’s causing your crazy numbers.
I recommend working with an experienced member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine.