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Statin Scam Exposed: Cholesterol Drugs Cause Rapid Aging, Brain Damage, And Diabetes

Statin Scam Exposed: Cholesterol Drugs Cause Rapid Aging, Brain Damage, And Diabetes

Statin Scam Exposed: Cholesterol Drugs Cause Rapid Aging, Brain Damage, And Diabetes

Please get anyone you love or care about off the statin drugs. They poison the liver so it does not make cholesterol. The BIG issue is that your brain is 80% cholesterol so you might as well write Alzheimer’s on the bottle another medical community caused disease !!!!
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Millions of people are taking cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins to lower their cholesterol. It’s a 29 billion dollar industry that had most of us fooled completely. Doctors prescribe these statin drugs regularly against heart attack, stroke, inflammation and other health ailments. However, despite their incredible popularity, cholesterol lowering drugs failed to prevent heart attack and stroke. Instead, they can cause cancer and other serious health problems.
In the new documentary film $29 Billion Reasons to Lie About Cholesterol, Justin Smith states,
” … between 1994 and 2006 the percentage of men aged 65 to 74 with ‘high’ cholesterol decreased from 87% to 54% … Despite this, the rate of coronary heart disease for this age group stayed about the same … Other age groups have experienced an increase in the rate of heart disease as the number of people with ‘high’ cholesterol has decreased.”
Cholesterol-lowering drugs cause cancer
Well-designed studies have shown the link between cholesterol-lowering drug use and cancer.
In the Journal of the American Medical Association in 1996 stated:
All members of the two most popular classes of lipid-lowering drugs (the fibrates and the stati Continue reading

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Boy With Diabetes Who Collected Coins for 4 Years Finally Gets His Dog

Boy With Diabetes Who Collected Coins for 4 Years Finally Gets His Dog

Aiden Heath's collecting of pennies paid off today as he came face-to-snout finally with his very own service dog, Angel.
"Aiden looked at me and said, 'This is a dream,'" his mother, Jenni Heath, told ABC News today.
Soon after Aiden, 8, of Waitsfield, Vermont, was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes four years ago, he learned about canines trained to help monitor glucose levels in people.
"They can sense it 20 minutes to 30 minutes before the blood meter actually tells you that you're low," Jenni Heath said in an earlier interview.
Each service dog costs $15,000 so Jenni Heath encouraged her son to save, one penny at a time.
And that's what he did for little more than four years, even nicknaming the little red wagon that toted his coins around "Brinks."
In April, when Aiden was about $9,000 from his goal, news coverage of his effort helped bring in donations from across the U.S. Almost overnight, Aiden raised more than $20,000 and he and his mother put a down payment on a dog in Nevada.
Jenni Heath said Angel, a chocolate Labrador, had been trained from April until recently and had passed all her tests. She said she and Aiden had followed Angel's progress with videos and pictures.
Earlier today, around 10 a.m., Angel arrived from Nevada to the Heaths' home. Jenni Heath said today that with the help of a trainer, Aiden and Angel were starting to get to know each other and Aiden was learning how to command Angel.
"Aiden is over the moon," Jenni Heath told ABC News. "He was on pins and needles waiting for her."
She said that Angel would give her peace of mind, particularly at nig Continue reading

Herbs For Diabetes

Herbs For Diabetes

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Diabetes is a very common chronic (long term) metabolic disorder. It results from uncontrolled glucose levels in the system due to insufficient insulin (produced by the pancreas) to break down sugar. Your cells could also have become resistant to insulin. There are two types: Type 1 diabetes requires daily insulin shots and can onset rapidly - however type 2 can sometimes occur without people being aware that they have it. [1]
While medical treatments usually entail changes in your lifestyle, diet, weight, physical activities and involve prescription medication, it cannot be discounted that herbal remedies possessing anti-hyperglycemic properties have also become increasingly common, if not necessary, to regulate blood glucose concentration in the bloodstream. [2] Studies have shown that these herbs can naturally help diabetics through any of the following mechanisms: increased insulin secretion and sensitivity, inhibition of intestinal absorption of glucose, improved uptake of glucose by adipose and muscular tissues and prevention of glucose production by hepatocytes and anti-inflammatory activities. [3]
10 Herbs For Diabetes
Here are 10 of the most popular herbs that are esteemed by herbalists to be able to help diabetics:
Gymnema (Gymnema sylvestre )
Used in herbalism for the treatment of diabetes for nearly 2,000 years. [4] its exotic sounding name is due to this plant being a native in southern and Central India [5] which aptly means "sugar destroyer" in Hindi. [6] This plant indeed lives up to it Continue reading

Trump Official Says Diabetes a Preexisting Condition Not Worthy of Coverage

Trump Official Says Diabetes a Preexisting Condition Not Worthy of Coverage

Mick Mulvaney, OMB director, is the latest Republican official whose rhetoric in support of the AHCA has drawn condemnation.
Editor’s Note – 5/18/2017 – Since this article was published, we have found video with the full quote from Director Mulvaney. It is somewhat different than the condensed quote attributed to him by the Washington Examiner. You can read the full quote here: http://insulinnation.com/living/trumps-omb-director-wasnt-alone-in-denigrating-diabetes/
Republicans have continued to struggle with their messaging in defense of the American Health Care Act (AHCA), particularly when it comes to the provisions of the legislation that weakens protections for people with preexisting conditions.
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Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget for the Trump administration, was the latest to utter a remark quickly deemed insensitive to people with preexisting conditions, and he managed to use the “D” word while doing so.
Read more: Congressman Says Your Preexisting Condition is Probably Your Fault
According to a report in the Washington Examiner, Mr. Mulvaney attempted to differentiate between preexisting conditions which deserve coverage and those which don’t. While doing so, he is reported to have said, “That doesn’t mean we should take care of the person who sits at home, eats poorly and gets diabetes. Is that the same thing as Jimmy Kimmel’s kid? I don’t think that it is.”
His statement was quickly condemned by many in the diabetes community, including the American Diabetes Association. The ADA put out a statement saying i Continue reading

Why Marijuana Treats Arthritis, MS, and Diabetes: New Study Implicates mRNA

Why Marijuana Treats Arthritis, MS, and Diabetes: New Study Implicates mRNA

Under the leadership of Prakash Nagarkatti and Mitzi Nagarkatti, researchers at the USC (University of South Carolina) School of Medicine have been studying the effect of the active ingredient in marijuana on autoimmune diseases for more than a decade. Their research on the impact of this principal ingredient or THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) on diseases at the molecular level is unveiling its possible medical benefits, leading USC researchers to new possibilities.
In the latest study, researcher Venkatesh Hegde’s team deals with THC’s impact on microRNA, a recently discovered class of molecules. Ribonucleic acid (RNA) regulates genetic activity and expression and microRNA are small RNA molecules that are responsible for gene regulation. Altering these molecules, which affects their activity levels, is helpful in arthritis, MS (multiple sclerosis), and diabetes treatment.
The team injected lab mice with THC and analyzed its impact on 609 different microRNAs. They found 13 microRNAs that were highly altered by the THC and these results were published in The Journal of Biological Chemistry.
The next step of the USC study focused on determining which microRNAs to turn up and which ones to turn down to impact certain genes and, in turn, certain diseases. Researchers found a strong link between one microRNA and the suppression of inflammation. They believe that this research has laid the groundwork for the development of potential treatments for inflammatory diseases and cancer. (Via StT.org) Continue reading

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