CHOLESTEROL, MENSONGES ET PROPAGANDE, 2EME EDITION by DE LORGERIL MICHEL, , available at Book Depository with free. 20 sept. Non seulement le cholestérol n’est probablement pas cet ennemi universel de la santé cardiovasculaire, mais c’est même tout le contraire. Michel de Lorgeril, Cholestérol Mensonges et Propagande, Editions Thierry Souccar Michel de Lorgeril, Dites à votre médecin que le cholestérol est innocent.

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Since then he cholesterkl made great progress but has some residual problems with widespread pain, cognitive changes to name a few. You are perfectly right.

In theory CoQ10 might reverse some of the side effects of statins. My doctor was very worried and told me to stop taking the Lipitor and wanted me to go have a liver biopsy.

I have now stopped taking Atorvastatin. My neuromuscular specialist commented: Research suggests that moderate drinkers are less likely to suffer heart attacks than are abstainers or heavy drinkers see alcohol and cardiovascular disease for details.

Thank you for your help!!! He was unable to maintain. I had a chest xray, blood tests and a spirometry test. My choice is now, which of the alternative side effects are more bearable. I would like to recommend Peter C. When it comes to heart health, doctors may be coaches but patients need to know how to execute the next play.

Cholestérol Mensonges Et Propagande by Michel De Lorgeril 9782365490481

The pills worked and his cholesterol came down, but the swelling in his knees went up, a professional liability his doctor identified as a side effect. Dizziness when leaning over and standing back up.


It is believed that one of the components of red wine potentially related to this effect is resveratrol ; [14] however, the authors of a study concluded that the amount of resveratrol absorbed by drinkers of red wine is small enough that it is unlikely to explain the paradox.

If the fact that statins have side effects came as a surprise to you, perhaps you ought to try reading the package labels. You are right BUT don’t throw the baby out with the bath water. By far the most serious side effect, says Michel de Lorgeril, is that these prescriptions convey a false sense of security and prevent the population from adopting healthier lifestyle measures. He required moderate assistance with handheld to assume single leg stance bilaterally and is unable to maintain.

It’s easy to signup; we do not share your data and the Support Network is user friendly. After what I went through I have little faith in them, statins or even the dangers of cholesterol. Today, everybody should know that statins have side effects. I also had arthritic like pain on All of my fingers from knuckle down. Muscle ache is common. I take medication for high bp. Several people close to me did and that made me look for information.

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Health experts have voiced concerns that the side effects could outweigh the benefits for healthy people. Propagajde his book Cholesterol and The French ParadoxFrank Cooper argues that the French paradox is due to the lack of hydrogenated and trans fats in the French diet. Thanks for sharing your story Adele. Invite your doctor to read an interesting book of DR.


Look in the mirror MIE and see your yourself for what you really are…. So yes, I occasionally comment on invalid claims on statins when I come across them.

I do still take magnesium a day to prevent muscle spasms. I was chholesterol to find out that large particle LDL so called bad cholesterol was very important especially for the elderly and for immune function, cholesteeol function and other reasons.

The D3 and Omega 3 oil are restoratives for me to visit, although most all of the early symptoms I noticed have dissipated since throwing away the statins after 2. Therefore, the alcohol in wine might be a factor in the French paradox. I was taking simvastatin for a few years because my doctor said my good cholesterol was to low. Therefore doctors can also inflict harm to their patients by exaggerating potential side effects which might lead to a patients unwillingness to accept treatment that is of potential benefit.

Had I listen and ate proper nutritious foods instead of whatever and had I exercise regularly as I was told I would not be under this predicament. Finally, it been designed with a convoluted early termination criterion turns it completely useless in my eyes. Since I am female I have decided not to take staten drugs.