Statins [statin drugs]

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Statins [stain drugs] : drugs designed to reduce cholesterol, based on the FALSE belief that cholesterol is the destructive substance behind cardiovascular disease.


Statin drugs CAUSE the very condition they are supposed to correct.  Read it again!

If you use statins, you will shorten you life and elevate inflammation levels in the body.  Statins, like blood pressure medications and blood thinners, destroy the heart muscle and liver.  Nothing good and much bad comes from their use.

Doctor prescribes medications because doctor is REQUIRED to prescribe them.  You job is to avoid their use and learn to care for yourself so your body can heal itself.  Medications destroy; they do not heal!

Statin drugs impose stress on the heart and brain by reducing circulating cholesterol and reducing blood sulfates that form cholesterol sulfate when skin is exposed to sunlight.

More than 80% of cholesterol is MADE by the liver.  When cholesterol production is shut-down by statin drugs, you will develop NAFLD [non alcoholic fatty liver disease].

NAFLD is leads to liver cirrhosis and eventually, cancer, arthritis and diabetes.

Statin drugs should be avoided at all cost, blood sulfate levels must be increased and cholesterol production should be encouraged.

If you are unsure what to do, do the EXACT OPPOSITE of what doctor and sick-care medicine says to do.  Despite claims to the contrary, sick-care medicine prevents nothing, while it feeds and creates a never ending trail of suffering and premature death.

Outside of emergency room and surgical intervention to fix/repair damaged organs and tissues, so-called modern medicine is a complete and utter failure.

You were not born with a drug deficiency and there is nothing drugs will do for you expect destroy what’s left of your health and send you to your grave, early.

Statin drugs are destructive.  Avoid them.


  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

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