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Cholesterol Drugs Cause Rapid Aging, Brain Damage And Diabetes. Use These Natural Solutions Instead

Cholesterol Drugs Cause Rapid Aging, Brain Damage And Diabetes. Use These Natural Solutions Instead

Cholesterol Drugs Cause Rapid Aging, Brain Damage And Diabetes. Use These Natural Solutions Instead

In the past, some MDs have proposed that statin drugsshould be put into our water supplies and handed out to fast food customers. As if fluoridated water posing as a necessary mass medicine that turns out to be toxic isn't enough.
One out of four Americans aged 55 or over are on a statin drug, most of whom are without cardiovascular and heart problems. Many are prescribed statins solely for high cholesterol, even as the FDA finally got around to forcing some, not all, of their side effects on statin labels and ads.
Maybe Pfizer wasn't content with their sales revenue of $140 billion while its patent on Lipitor was in effect. Now other pharmaceutical companies continue to rake in profits with their statin drug versions while MDs and cardiologists push them on ignorant middle-aged folks that think their doctors know best. Even many young people are now being scammed into taking a statin prescriptions due to an outdated attitude towards LDL vs. HDL levels.
Dr. Carolyn Dean, MD, ND, author of Death by Modern Medicine, and passionate promoter of magnesium supplementation, posted an abstract from a Japanese study that scientifically indicts statin drugs as perpetrators of bad heart health rather than the proclaimed solutions of heart health.
The ad below appeared in Canadian publications in 2002. A solid example of pro-statin propaganda.
Pfizer must have spent many millions of dollars on just this one ad. The implication is clear, you will not die as long as your blood “cholesterol” is low and you had better take a statin for it if it isn't. This was and is a lie. In primary Continue reading

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7 Amazing Diabetes Tattoos!

7 Amazing Diabetes Tattoos!

#7. Submitted by Kaitlin Tucker Savio
“Just got it done. I’ve been diabetic for over 15 years and on a pump for 13.”
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#5. Submitted by Kerri Keiser Caraballo
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#4. Submitted by Brittany D’Amico
#3. Submitted by Megan Alfson
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#2. Submitted by Patti Scoles-Higdon
“In memory of My Mom & Family members with Type 2 Diabetes.”
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#1. Submitted by Shannon Kidd Santos
“My husband and I let our 7 year old (dx 4-11-12) tell us what tattoo he wanted us to have. He wanted the blue circle with his “signature” in the middle. Everytime he sees it… He smiles. I am so happy to know he realizes how much we support and love him.”
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Labrador 5+ Miles Away Saves Life of 4-Year-Old Girl with Down Syndrome and Diabetes

Labrador 5+ Miles Away Saves Life of 4-Year-Old Girl with Down Syndrome and Diabetes

Greg and Michelle Brooks dreamed of what their baby girl would be like. They pictured a perfectly healthy seven-pound newborn.
They were partially correct in that their baby girl, Sadie, was the perfect fit for their family. However, there were complications revolving around her health.
“Within minutes of Sadie coming into the world, we knew something was very wrong. It’s hard to describe the devastation and fear we experienced as our baby was whisked away to another hospital to undergo a life saving surgery to connect her esophagus,” Michelle wrote on Sadie’s GoFundMe page.
Many diagnoses followed. Sadie had Down syndrome and spent two months in the NICU.
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Later, she needed heart surgery and then came the Type 1 diabetes diagnosis. Doctors have been challenged on how to best manage Sadie’s diabetes because her age, needs, and size have presented as a uniquely difficult case.
Self-awareness and good verbal skills can make a great difference in a child’s ability to understand if and when their blood sugar levels are a cause of concern. Therefore, Sadie’s parents thought that a diabetic alert Labrador would make a great, and life-changing, addition to the family.
Hero has certainly confirmed his name to be a true characteristic of his. Making sure Sadie’s blood sugar levels are stable is his main goal.
When Hero paws at the left hand of Greg or Michelle, it means that their daughter’s blood sugars have been dropping below 100. When he paws at their right hands, it mean Continue reading

Stomach Aches and Diabetes: What Gives?

Stomach Aches and Diabetes: What Gives?

There’s a lot to consider with chronic stomach pain, but please digest this—stomach aches aren’t normal.
Stomach irritation complaints are seemingly easy for healthcare providers to brush aside as insignificant. “Many patients go undiagnosed and undertreated because the gastrointestinal tract has not been traditionally associated with diabetes and its complications,” Clinical Diabetes tells us. And with 75 percent of all people visiting diabetes clinics complaining of gastrointestinal issues, there’s a common malady at hand.
Diabetes and the Gut
Diabetes is a complex condition that has the potential to wreak havoc on organs, including the bowel. The length of your diabetes diagnosis and how often your blood sugars are at a normal level impact bowel disease.
Healthcare providers are very tuned into exterior neuropathy and checking a patient’s feet because they are visible and measureable. When it comes to the bowel, it can be another story. The bowel is just as vulnerable to neuropathy, but it’s not easily seen or tested—every action in this area is invasive, meaning doctors must use instruments to look into your body. Neuropathy in the gut can slow down or speed up motility, the normal rate of contractions in the gut, resulting in gastrointestinal upset.
People with diabetes who are prone to stomach neuropathy have also been linked to a higher incidence of autoimmune gut diseases, and like it or not, autoimmune disease breeds more autoimmune disease.
When a patient mentions diabetes and gut symptoms, providers should pay attention.
Identifying the Culprit
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The Diet That Starves Cancer and Reverses Diabetes

The Diet That Starves Cancer and Reverses Diabetes

Unlike what many people think, low-fat diets are not good for your health. In fact, they are detrimental for it – according to scientists, we need fats in order to keep our cardiovascular system in check.
Although demonized in the past, studies in the past few decades have shown that high cholesterol isn’t the main reason for atherosclerosis. There’s a combination of factors responsible for the disease, and the statins usually prescribed for high cholesterol in the blood are only making things worse. Our brain and tissues need the good type (HDL) of cholesterol in order to function properly, which means that lack of it can actually lead to several serious disorders.
Furthermore, several studies have shown that a high-fat diet can defeat even the most aggressive types of cancer. You won’t hear about this in the media, but it’s a well-known fact that can eradicate chemotherapy or radiation from the field of cancer treatment.
Ketogenic diet
Dr. Fred Hatfield is a former world lifting champion and a trainer who has graduated in kinesiology. Dr. Hatfield was diagnosed with a rare type of skeletal cancer which was very aggressive and according to a few oncologists, he only had 3 more months to live. However, he decided not to give up and started going through medical literature on his own.
One day, Dr. Hatfield stumbled upon a research by Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, who discovered that mice with cancer which were put on a high-fat ketogenic diet have recovered better than those who ate a normal diet. Dr. Hatfield was very interested in the research, and although human stu Continue reading

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