Lost my Mom last weekHello everyone,
I hope that you all read this because I have some important information to share. I lost my mom last week. I need to go into the background of my story to explain how she died and I think that all of you will be affected and interested. I also have a co-worker who is in a coma after a sudden stroke/aneurism. She is off of life support but still in a coma.
Let me go back to 2013 when I was prescribed a statin drug due to having a TSC of 250. At the time I was told by by GP that my cholesterol was high and it needed to be corrected. I asked a lot of questions and no one seemed to have any answers. I aksed how high cholesterol could hurt me. My doctor seemed upset when I asked this. He sheepishly told me that if there was too much cholesterol in my blood that some of it could be trapped in "nooks and crannies" and then it would continue to build up and I would have a coronary event. (Basically that my body was attacking itself)....I told him that ....what he was saying did not sound right. I had been a long distance runner for 40 years and that my resting heart rate was 49bpm and blood pressure and all my numbers were textbook. So i did not believe what he was saying. I took the Lipitor home and put it in my medicine cabinet. Fast forward a couple of years. I was poking around looking at all of the studies on Statin drugs and found something interesting. All of the Pharma sponsored studies praised these drugs and all of the inedpendent studies showed no benefits and horrible side effects. I began to dig deeper. It was painfully clear that my cholesterol level at 250 was perfect. And lowering TSC to below 200 would make a person very Ill. At 160 (the new standard number from the American college of cardiology) A person would be come violently Ill in just a few months. I kept poking around. I was shocked to find out that large particle LDL (so called bad cholesterol) was very important especially for the elderly and for immune function, eye function and other reasons. Vitamin D levels drop rapidly in people with low cholesterol, brain function drops off, hormone levels are retarded, Muscle function is affected including the heart muscle this due to the mavelonate pathway being cut, this produces many valuable nutrients like Coenzyme q10 (needed to convert food into energy and to power the heart muscle) The more I poked the more shocking it got. Could it be that Big Pharms business plan is to make us sick and then give us a new prescription for all of the side effects of this horrible drug that causes them? The answer is yes. And both of my parents died from these conditions and my co-worker had low cholesterol, she is brain dead now. My neighbor took Lipitor for 18 years and suddenly got Parkinsons. Well...I don't think it was parkinsons. My dad died from a similar conditon after 5 years on Lipitor. Think about it. We are being poisoned. I was a chemical weapons expert in the military so I know what I'm talking about. The elderly are under attack by the Big Pharmaceutical companies. Spread the word and get off of these meds. Best regards. JR
P.S. there are payoffs between Pharma and insurance. Between Pharma and the FDA. The only information that is unbiased the Mercola.com and other independent study organizations. Even the media is being paid hansomly for staying silent. and there is an army of lawyers on the Pharma team..