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I always rather suspect a post like this precedes a book or some way to make a buck regarding the issue, but I'll bite. I'll ask again, please explain your interest. Did you have a heart attack or CAD? Until you have had heart attacks, multiple angioplasties, by-passes from blockages, you just don't understand. I worked long hours, ate poorly, was overweight, didn't exercise, smoked cigarettes and was diabetic. I didn't take any of those things very seriously until it all hit the fan and I went through quite a number of procedures including one life-saving event. I quit smoking, started working out, retired, lost a whole lot of weight, and took statins that reduced my cholesterol. It stopped the CAD. I wonder what side I'm on? I think you are pole vaulting over mouse turds.
Oh, and yet you pretended to know what you were talking about. Ignorance is bliss, I'm sure you're very blissful! Educate yourself, get some class and then maybe someone will care about what you have to say. Until then...hot air!!!!! Have a nice evening as you crawl back in your hole...jack ***!
Cholesterol is treated as a symptom. This is why we keep a check on it, and if it starts getting high, we know we are going to have issues with arteries clogging, unless we take all precautions to avoid this. Diet, and exercise, and there is no doubt that statins lower cholesterol.
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