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Statins health Articles

Monday, 16 October 2017  |  Editor
1 in 10 women feel much worse on statins! Could CoQ10 bring relief?

Statins are touted as the heart wonder drugs with over 5 million people in the UK taking statins prescribed for high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. However a recent study has shown that side effects of statins experienced by women could outweigh the benefits of the drug. particularly for women. here's why and what you can do about it.

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Monday, 29 August 2016  |  Editor
Mediterranean diet better for the heart than taking statins

The Mediterranean diet means following eating habits that are far more common in Southern Europe - with more fish, olive oil and large quantities of fruit and vegetables

A Mediterranean diet could be better than statins at reducing the risk of an early death for millions of Britons, research suggests.

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Saturday, 27 August 2016  |  Editor
Statins Still Don't Work

(Article from Robert Redfern - world renowned expert on Serrapeptase)

This may be seen by some as a controversial article but we think it contributes greatly to the general discussion own the subject:

I have just been reading an 'independent' compilation into all of the adverse effects of statins published just days ago...the number of which is over 300. These adverse effects are extracted from the official biomedical literature and show they still don't work and the adverse effects are increasing... 

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Saturday, 6 August 2016  |  Editor
Efficacy and safety of statins is not evidence based

The widespread use of cholesterol-lowering statin medications has once again been called in to question by a new research review examining studies performed with statins.

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Monday, 4 April 2016  |  Editor
Statins do cause muscle pain, scientists conclude

Statins really do cause painful muscle cramps, scientists have found, vindicating hundreds of thousands of people who have repeatedly claimed to have suffered debilitating side-effects.

Researchers say that alternative treatments are just as effective and should be prescribed to people who cannot tolerate the cholesterol-lowering drugs. Around 17.5 million people are currently eligible for statins in Britain meaning that most men over 60 and women over 65 are offered the drug by GPs. But many stop taking the pills within a year

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Sunday, 24 January 2016  |  Editor
Statins, cramps and apples

Swap statins for a daily apple to improve heart health, say health experts. The benefits of statins are outweighed by the side-effects, argue two health experts. (And if you take statins and get cramps at night, here's a great tip.)

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