According to the cholesterol charity Heart UK, 160,000 people die from heart disease every year in the UK alone… 73,000 people die from coronary heart disease, 40,000 die from a stroke and 42,000 die prematurely from cardiovascular disease. Looking at these startling numbers one cannot help but to ask: Is the mainstream’s approach to preventing heart disease really working?
Is cholesterol really enemy number one when it comes to your heart health. Is taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs for the rest of your life really the only option when it comes to lowering your risk of developing heart disease? Or is there something seriously wrong with this picture? Have you been conned into taking statin drugs without realising how dangerous there side effects can be? Do you feel healthier now that your cholesterol is at ridiculously low levels or have you lost your spark? The Daily Health will shed light on all these questions and show you that there are other more effective and safer ways to steer clear from becoming another heart disease statistic.
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