Now, again, we have a new report on the fact that statins can raise your risk of getting diabetes.
In light of all the serious risks from this drug class perhaps you might wish to consider natural care approaches to the cholesterol conundrum.
An increased risk of diabetes among statin users was first seen in 2008, in a randomized controlled trial of the drug Crestor, says Vivian Fonseca, the American Diabetes’ Association’s president for medicine and science. A 2011 analysis in the Journal of the American Medical Association and a 2010 analysis in The Lancet also found an increased risk of diabetes among statin users.Complete article
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In a related Atlantic article the writer says: “Long prescribed to reduce levels of cholesterol in the blood, high doses of statins might even end plaque build-up, according to researchers.”
Why would you want the risk and expense of a drug when natural health approaches will do the job for you. Remember that arteriosclerosis did not appear on the scene until the beginning of the use of homogenization of milk in the 1950s.
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