Statin Users: This Nutrient May Be the Answer to Your Prayers

By Casie Terry,

Statin Users: This Nutrient May Be the Answer to Your Prayers

Suffering mild to moderate joint and muscle pain as a result of taking statin drugs? You’re not alone. Nearly 87 percent of statin users experience muscle and joint pain. In fact, a  study published in JAMA found that those taking statin drugs are much more likely to suffer from musculoskeletal conditions, arthropathies, injuries and generalized pain. … Continue reading

Statins: How a Deceptive Statistic Transformed a 1% Benefit into a 50% Benefit

By Mary West,

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The entrenched belief that statins are wonder drugs has led physicians to prescribe them rampantly in hopes of preventing heart attacks. Now, a study has found the presumed safety and efficacy of these medications is actually a fallacy based on deceptive statistics. … Continue reading

Statin Drugs Cause Even More Nerve Damage Than We Thought

By Sayer Ji,

Statin Drugs Cause Even More Nerve Damage Than We Thought Have the nerve-damaging properties of statin drugs now been confirmed? There are over 300 adverse health effects associated with the use of this chemical class of cholesterol-lowering medications known as statins, with myotoxicity (muscle-damaging) and neurotoxicity (nerve-damaging) top on the list. … Continue reading