Post Tagged with: "heart disease"

Statins: just say no. Sensible reasons why they are stupid medicine

10 by / on 17 Feb 2014, / in statins

Increasingly people are questioning whether it’s worth taking statins, the cholesterol-lowering drugs that are supposed to cut your risk of developing heart disease. We think they are a really bad idea, unless you’ve already got heart disease, and have explained why… (Read more…)

Vitamins – a waste of money or victims of bad science?

9 by / on 13 Jan 2014, / in vitamins

One New Year tradition, along with wondering how you could have spent so much on so little, is making healthy resolutions which may involve some sort of supplement. As a nutritional therapist I’ve been helping people for years to handle chronic disorders and stay healthier by recommending specific nutritional supplements based on risk, coupled with substantial changes in people’s diet. There’s plenty of evidence it benefits people but there’s lots we still don’t know and new well-conducted research is always welcome. (Read More…)

Cholesterol: I’ve never been wrong so fast or so right

17 by / on 16 Nov 2013, / in statins

Rarely have I been proven wrong quite so fast. After confidently informing the world that the post-statin cholesterol lowering drugs PCSK9 inhibitors would be launched upon an unsuspecting public in the near future, with billion dollar marketing budgets, it seems that I was wrong. Although who knows, I may be wrong about being wrong. (Read more…)

Statins do not help you live longer. They do more harm than good

12 by / on 4 Oct 2013, / in statins

Dr Kendrick has been warning about the almost total lack of effectiveness of statin drugs for over a decade during which time the number of prescriptions written for these drugs in England alone has more than doubled from from 25 million to over 50 million. (read more…)

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