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Is Lipitor Poison?

Yes. Lipitor is now being featured in those late-night TV lawyer commercials. It is asking for women who became diabetic from taking harmacyLipitor. Is this a surprise? No.

But first, we could just as well be talking about any of the other statin (cholesterol-lowering) drugs… Mevachol, Crestor, Prevachol, Vitorin, Zetia, Zocor, Lovastatin… They all, purposely, mess with normal carbohydrate metabolism. Anyone with any sense realizes that whenever you mess with Mother Nature, you pay a price. The price could be in this category, carbohydrate metabolism, and you could end up with diabetes. Or the price could be a damaged immune system or liver or kidneys or muscles. Sometimes, the damage to muscles is so sudden and severe that it could result in a life-threatening condition known as rhabdomyolosis. This is a breakdown of muscle tissues, which plugs up the kidneys.

Or, from interfering with cholesterol itself, you could end up with any manner of hormonal disturbances, since cholesterol is the main chemical framework of many hormones, especially the sex hormones. Or, because cholesterol is the main component of the myelin sheaths of nerves, you could end up with various neurological conditions. It is my opinion that exposure to statins, over many years, is part of the epidemic of Alzheimer’s and related dementias. Good for the senior home business. Horrible for those afflicted and their families.

All this for something that is not even a disease, merely a risk factor… allegedly. This whole thing, this big link to heart disease and stroke, is BOGUS. Come on! With almost everyone over 45 or 50 on statins, there should be no more heart attacks and strokes.

You can listen to what THE DOCTOR says, to WHAT EVERYONE KNOWS, or… you can use your head, and think.

Yes, Lipitor is poison. You cannot poison yourself to health.

Dr. Harte performs a gentle, specific, scientific chiropractic adjustment

Dr. Harte performs a gentle, specific, scientific chiropractic adjustment

You want a good, healthy heart and circulation and related metabolism? Besides eating well, exercising regularly, getting decent rest and having a good mental attitude, you require a nervous system that is free from interference, from Vertebral Subluxation Complex (VSC). It’s really simple. Correct interference, and your nervous system will run your heart, your arteries, etc, as they should be run. Lipitor cannot do this.

Oh, you’ll never see a late-night lawyer ad linking chiropractic adjustments with diabetes. Actually, it goes the other way. I’ve had so many practice members be able to dump their diabetes meds, as they get well.

Don Harte, D.C.

Marin Straight Chiropractor

Liberator of Innate

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  1. Jay says
    Sep 05, 2019 at 2:11 AM

    Been on Lipitor for years, didn't realize the PHARMA Snowball that would result, it finally came to a head, I'm off all meds, went to 1/2 dose Lipitor going off tomorrow, I've developed so many negative symptoms I'm not sure I'll get back to “normal”; racing heart, lethargic, brain fuzz, sore muscles, irritated nerves, muscle stress, night sweats, diabetic, agressiveness, and on and on🤢🤮

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