In the United States, around 40 million people take medications to lower their cholesterol level. Millions of people in other countries take them as well. For example, 8 million people in England. This is sustaining a huge global cholesterol-lowering industry that is worth an estimated 29 billion dollars annually.
This book provides unequivocal evidence to show that cholesterol does not cause heart disease. As a result of the near monopoly on health held by the pharmaceutical companies and the way these companies influence medical training, your doctor may not be aware of the 330 studies that are referred to in this book.
The book also discusses the nutritional aspects of heart disease in detail, in particular, why a low fat diet might be harmful for many people.
This second edition has more information about the risks/benefits of statin medications, and an update on the real causes of heart disease.
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