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The Great Cholesterol Hoax

- Why Cholesterol Lowering Drugs Won't Help You Live One Day Longer And Drug Companies Know It
 Format: Kindle  Author: Sara Givens  Category: Diet, Disease Prevention  Published: January 24, 2015  ASIN: B00SQ7S97U  Pages: 94  Country: United States  Language: English  File Size: 914 KB  Kindle

“The Great Cholesterol Hoax” is a revealing exposé that challenges conventional wisdom surrounding cholesterol and its role in heart disease. Authored by Sara Givens, this book delves into the pervasive myths propagated by the pharmaceutical industry and health officials, shedding light on the truth behind America’s number one killer – heart disease.

Highlighted in the book is the staggering statistic that heart disease claims over 600,000 lives annually in the United States alone, surpassing the combined fatalities from all cancers. Despite the widespread prescription of cholesterol-lowering statin medications as preventive measures, heart disease continues to claim more lives each year.

The book asserts that cholesterol is not the primary culprit in heart disease and debunks the notion that statins are effective in preventing heart attacks or strokes. Drawing from pharmaceutical industry research, the author reveals that statins offer minimal risk reduction comparable to aspirin and may even increase the risk of heart disease.

Moreover, “The Great Cholesterol Hoax” challenges conventional dietary recommendations, suggesting that foods often labeled as “heart-healthy” may, in fact, contribute to elevated cholesterol levels and heart disease risk.

In essence, this book aims to unveil the truth behind the cholesterol myth and empower readers to make informed decisions about their health, free from the influence of pharmaceutical interests.

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