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Red Warning: Statins May Speed Up the Aging Process

Red Warning: Statins May Speed Up the Aging Process

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Red Warning: Statins May Speed Up the Aging Process

(Summary description)Disclaimer: The following text and pictures are only used for health information sharing, not for any medical advice, and are not a substitute for a professional medical team. Not for any medication guidance.


Hi, I'm Dr. Noah.

STATINS RED ALERT: Widely prescribed drugs act as cellular poisons that accelerate aging.deactivate DNA repair... promote diabetes, muscle fatigue and memory loss (NaturalNews) Scientists at Tulane University in New Orleans have found that more than 200 million people around the world take the drug Statins, which have now been shown to be cell poisons that accelerate aging, and can promote muscle fatigue, diabetes, memory loss, etc., are cell poisons.

Statins have been actively promoted by the for-profit pharmaceutical company "miracle" drugs and are used by nearly 200 million people worldwide. Recent studies have found that statins can actually cause catastrophic (even fatal) side effects. UK Express writes: This side effect causes many patients, including "memory loss, muscle pain, diabetes, cataracts, abnormal liver function, diabetes, fatigue, memory loss." Statins make the average user age faster, Long-term use leads to a gradual decline in mental and physical strength.

Scientists have also discovered that these heart disease drugs can severely affect our stem cells, and their internal medical systems, enabling repair damage to our bodies and protecting us from muscle and joint pain, as well as memory loss. Stem cell biologist Professor Reza Izadpanah, lead author of the study published in the American Journal of Physiology, said: "Our study shows that statins can accelerate the aging process".

And statins also interfere with stem cells performing their primary function, multiplying and replicating other cells in the body for repair. The researchers also found that, in addition to increasing the aging process, statins also interfere with stem cells to produce new bone and cartilage.

To this end, Professor Izadpanah said: 'People at high risk of heart disease taking statins can reduce the risk of this heart disease, but it must be taken into account that these drugs have a considerable number of side effects for them, as well as causing more adverse health effects.



 

In a series of articles published in recent years, Joseph Mercola, MD, a well-known American health care expert, cites several recent studies as a reminder that the efficacy of such drugs is statistically inflated, given their enormous magnitude in many aspects. Health risks, the academic community is calling for a rigorous re-evaluation of its clinical use criteria. The paper proposes that, on the one hand, the factors of heart disease are far more complex than cholesterol levels; on the other hand, to optimize cholesterol levels, dietary habits and lifestyle should also be started.

Statins inhibit the production of cholesterol in the liver, which helps make cell membranes and hormones (including the sex hormones testosterone, progesterone, and estrogen), and bile acids, which help digest fat. It is also very important for the brain. Cholesterol in the brain accounts for 25% of the total cholesterol in the body. It is critical to the formation of synapses (ie neurons). People cannot think, learn new things, and form memories without synapses.

Statins do work for lowering cholesterol, but that doesn't mean you're healthier. Because the risk of heart disease is not only related to cholesterol levels. Evidence suggests that statins may actually worsen heart health.

Statistical blindfold makes statins seem safe and effective

A study published in the March 2015 issue of Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology found that statin advertising magnifies its small benefit.

According to the report, among 100 people with high cholesterol who received statins, the number of people suffering from heart disease dropped from 2 to 1. In terms of "absolute risk", statins only benefited 1% of the population. ; and when you switch to "relative risk", it becomes a 30% to 50% reduction in the chance of developing a disease. That's why drug companies like to advertise relative risk, which doesn't tell people the actual risk of getting sick.



 

The report also said that compared with the rarely reported side effects of statins, taking statins is worth the cost, increasing the risk of developing the following conditions:

◎ Cancer

◎ Cataract

◎ Diabetes

◎ Cognitive impairment

◎ Musculoskeletal diseases (including ALS)

The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration has received more than 320 complaints about statin side effects in the past two years, with an average of more than three a week.



 

Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and lead to heart failure

Recent research suggests that instead of actually improving heart health, statins may stimulate atherosclerosis and lead to heart failure. (Fotolia)

Another study, published in the same issue of Expert Reviews in Clinical Pharmacology, reported even more striking co

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Disclaimer: The following text and pictures are only used for health information sharing, not for any medical advice, and are not a substitute for a professional medical team. Not for any medication guidance.


Hi, I'm Dr. Noah.

STATINS RED ALERT: Widely prescribed drugs act as cellular poisons that accelerate aging.deactivate DNA repair... promote diabetes, muscle fatigue and memory loss (NaturalNews) Scientists at Tulane University in New Orleans have found that more than 200 million people around the world take the drug Statins, which have now been shown to be cell poisons that accelerate aging, and can promote muscle fatigue, diabetes, memory loss, etc., are cell poisons.

Statins have been actively promoted by the for-profit pharmaceutical company "miracle" drugs and are used by nearly 200 million people worldwide. Recent studies have found that statins can actually cause catastrophic (even fatal) side effects. UK Express writes: This side effect causes many patients, including "memory loss, muscle pain, diabetes, cataracts, abnormal liver function, diabetes, fatigue, memory loss." Statins make the average user age faster, Long-term use leads to a gradual decline in mental and physical strength.

Scientists have also discovered that these heart disease drugs can severely affect our stem cells, and their internal medical systems, enabling repair damage to our bodies and protecting us from muscle and joint pain, as well as memory loss. Stem cell biologist Professor Reza Izadpanah, lead author of the study published in the American Journal of Physiology, said: "Our study shows that statins can accelerate the aging process".

And statins also interfere with stem cells performing their primary function, multiplying and replicating other cells in the body for repair. The researchers also found that, in addition to increasing the aging process, statins also interfere with stem cells to produce new bone and cartilage.

To this end, Professor Izadpanah said: 'People at high risk of heart disease taking statins can reduce the risk of this heart disease, but it must be taken into account that these drugs have a considerable number of side effects for them, as well as causing more adverse health effects.

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In a series of articles published in recent years, Joseph Mercola, MD, a well-known American health care expert, cites several recent studies as a reminder that the efficacy of such drugs is statistically inflated, given their enormous magnitude in many aspects. Health risks, the academic community is calling for a rigorous re-evaluation of its clinical use criteria. The paper proposes that, on the one hand, the factors of heart disease are far more complex than cholesterol levels; on the other hand, to optimize cholesterol levels, dietary habits and lifestyle should also be started.

Statins inhibit the production of cholesterol in the liver, which helps make cell membranes and hormones (including the sex hormones testosterone, progesterone, and estrogen), and bile acids, which help digest fat. It is also very important for the brain. Cholesterol in the brain accounts for 25% of the total cholesterol in the body. It is critical to the formation of synapses (ie neurons). People cannot think, learn new things, and form memories without synapses.

Statins do work for lowering cholesterol, but that doesn't mean you're healthier. Because the risk of heart disease is not only related to cholesterol levels. Evidence suggests that statins may actually worsen heart health.

Statistical blindfold makes statins seem safe and effective

A study published in the March 2015 issue of Expert Review of Clinical Pharmacology found that statin advertising magnifies its small benefit.

According to the report, among 100 people with high cholesterol who received statins, the number of people suffering from heart disease dropped from 2 to 1. In terms of "absolute risk", statins only benefited 1% of the population. ; and when you switch to "relative risk", it becomes a 30% to 50% reduction in the chance of developing a disease. That's why drug companies like to advertise relative risk, which doesn't tell people the actual risk of getting sick.

 

The report also said that compared with the rarely reported side effects of statins, taking statins is worth the cost, increasing the risk of developing the following conditions:

◎ Cancer

◎ Cataract

◎ Diabetes

◎ Cognitive impairment

◎ Musculoskeletal diseases (including ALS)

The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration has received more than 320 complaints about statin side effects in the past two years, with an average of more than three a week.

1

 

Statins stimulate atherosclerosis and lead to heart failure

Recent research suggests that instead of actually improving heart health, statins may stimulate atherosclerosis and lead to heart failure. (Fotolia)

Another study, published in the same issue of Expert Reviews in Clinical Pharmacology, reported even more striking conclusions: Instead of actually improving heart health, statins may stimulate atherosclerosis, leading to heart failure. Its physiological mechanism is as follows:

1. Inhibits vitamin K2 function: Vitamin K2 prevents arterial calcification.

2. Mitochondrial damage: Statins are toxic to mitochondria, the energy center of cells, which will damage the mitochondrial function of the heart muscle, destroy the production of ATP (adenosine triphosphate, an energy molecule in the human body), and mutate signaling proteins in cells. .

3. Interference and consumption of auxiliary □Q10, bringing many disastrous results. While it was suggested to put a black box on drug packaging to emphasize this, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided against it in 2014.

4. Interfering with selenoproteins: Selenoproteins (such as glutathione peroxide) are essential to prevent oxidative damage to muscle tissue, blocking it is equivalent to "adding fuel to the fire" for inflammation and free radicals, which can damage muscles organize. In fact, selenium deficiency can lead to heart failure, which was called "Keshan disease" when it was discovered in the 1930s.

Given the significant risks associated with statins, the authors of this study recommend a critical reassessment of current clinical guidelines for statin use.

Statins are also ineffective for Parkinson's disease

Drug makers have positioned statins as a panacea for many diseases, including Parkinson's disease. Research by Xuemei Huang, professor of neurology at Penn State University and associate director of research, pointed out that people with high cholesterol levels have a lower chance of developing Parkinson's disease; while some epidemiological studies have concluded the opposite. To this end, Dr. Huang conducted a new study and found that statins were not only ineffective against Parkinson's disease, but also increased the risk. She believes that statins are seen as effective, probably because people who take them have higher cholesterol, and most importantly, no effect is seen at all as time on statins increases.

Taking statins requires more supplementation with Q10 and squalene

Dr. Stephen Sinatra, a well-known American cardiologist, also suggested that if you take statins, you must supplement with high-quality adjuvant Q10. The recommended dose is at least 100 to 200 mg per day. The reason is that statins block and deplete adjuvant Q10, increasing the risk of acute heart attack.

A study in the European Journal of Pharmacology showed that adjuvant effectively repaired cell damage caused by taking simvastatin. Another study showed that patients with statin-induced myopathy supplemented with co-Q10 and selenium had significant reductions in pain, muscle weakness, cramps, and fatigue.

At the same time, statins also block squalene, which is crucial for preventing breast cancer—a deficiency of squalene can lead to immune system dysfunction.

In short, when you are told by your doctor that you need to take statins, you need to fully consider some factors to see if your cholesterol is really too high. It is likely that you do not need to take such drugs at all.

Statins dramatically deplete CoQ10 energy and adverse health effects:

1. Statins can reduce the level of CoQ10 in the body, and cells need coenzyme Q10 to make energy. Statins shut down mitochondrial energy production, accelerating the process of cellular aging.

2. Statins damage muscles - but you can't feel them. In severe cases, statins can severely damage muscle tissue and cause early aging.

3. The use of statins can lead to a decrease in testosterone in men, leading to erectile dysfunction disease.

4. The use of statins may promote certain cancers. Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston have found that statin use increases the risk of adenomas -- which can lead to colorectal cancer.

Common dangerous statins:

The following 11 are common statins on the U.S. market:

1. Simvastatin niacin sustained-release tablets (Simcor) - produced by Abbott

2. Compound Niacin Lovastatin Sustained Release Tablets (Advicor) produced by Abbott

3. Niacin Lovastatin Sustained-Release Tablets (Altoprev) - produced by Shionogi Pharmaceuticals

4. Lipitor - produced by Ruihui

5. Caduet - produced by Pfizer

6. Rosuvastatin (Crestor) – produced by AstraZeneca

7. Lescol - produced by Novartis

8. Pravachol – produced by Bristol-Myers Squibb

9. Mevacor is produced by Merck & Co.

10. Zocor produced by Merck

11. Vytorin - produced by Merck & Co.

Recommended healthy lifestyle

The guidelines below are not designed to lower cholesterol, but to optimize it to keep it in balance in the body. Most cholesterol is synthesized by the liver and is affected by insulin levels. If insulin levels are optimized, cholesterol levels will naturally improve. Therefore, the main measures to safely regulate cholesterol are to change eating habits and lifestyles:

1. Limit your intake of grains and sugar, especially gluten-containing grains and fructose.

2. Increase the proportion of raw food.

3. Make sure you're getting plenty of high-quality omega-3 fatty acids (like krill oil). Research shows that consuming as little as 500 mg of krill oil per day improves total cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and may increase your HDL cholesterol.

4. Stop eating harmful vegetable oils and synthetic trans fats, and switch to healthy olive oil and coconut oil (remember that olive oil should not be heated, and coconut oil can be used for cooking and baking).

5. Eating fermented foods often will not only optimize the intestinal flora, but also improve the overall immunity, and there will also be probiotics in the mouth. Poor oral health is another important indicator of increased heart disease risk.

6. Sun exposure to supplement vitamin D, vitamin D sulfate produced by the body can effectively prevent the formation of arterial plaque

7. Exercise regularly. Be sure to intersperse with high-intensity workouts, which will also optimize the production of human growth hormone (HGH).

8. Quantum lipid-lowering therapy. Safe and effective, it can increase high-density lipoprotein, repair liver damage, and adjust the balance of blood lipid metabolism. Reverses atherosclerosis and arteriosclerotic plaques caused by dyslipidemia.

Finally, if you're taking a statin, don't stop, and should be sure to know why you're taking the drug is it really needed? If your cholesterol is slightly elevated, with lifestyle and diet changes, you may also be able to avoid these medications. Lifestyle changes can control more than 60% of chronic diseases.

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