A significant new discovery about the importance of cholesterol to nerve and muscle health has just been made. The researchers discovered that cholesterol is vital to the structure of key proteins involved with nerve transmission. The finding is groundbreaking, its implications in the context of widespread high doses of statin drugs in the general population is alarming.
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In the process of statins taking a sledgehammer to the core survival system in your liver, a building body of research is proving that statins directly lower important brain levels of cholesterol that are needed for normal nerve transmission. Talk about robbing Peter to pay Paul. The longer you take a statin the less you will have to think about this problem, because you won’t be able to think very well.
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