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Fish Oils far superior to cholesterol-lowering drugs in preventing Heart Disease

In two separate studies involving over 12,000 patients, researchers compared the effects of cholesterol-lowering drugs to fish oil and found that the people in the fish oil group had between 29 and 32% fewer heart attacks, strokes and deaths than those who were taking Crestor® (rosuvastatin), a cholesterol-lowering statin drug. Continue reading

Coenzyme Q10 Relieves Muscle Pain Associated with Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs

Many people who take prescription drugs to lower their cholesterol experience muscle pain which is a side-effect of these drugs. Because I have written extensively about how ineffective these drugs are in actually reducing your chance of heart attack or stroke, I usually recommend that the person stop taking the drug... Continue reading