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Two Cardiologists Debate the Benefits (If Any) of Statins

May 20, 2015

Dr. Brownstein MD is a cardiologist who understands how to use food before prescription drugs to restore and maintain long-term health...and has the scientific background to support his beliefs.  In his recent blog, he recollects an email debate he recently had with another cardiologist regarding actual benefits that statin drugs provide using the current scientific evidence.  It's a great read...(click here).  

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Food as Medicine - Diet Before Prescription Drugs

May 07, 2015

Health Freedom Alliance recently posted an article asking this question:  Food vs. Medicine:  Should Diet Changes Come Before Prescription Drugs?  It was a short article but it summarized how current American lifestyle choices are creating a sick population and the expense that this inflicts on all of us.  Here's some quick facts: 70% of Americans are on prescription drugs 69% Percent of adults are overweight or obese 31% of adults have high blood pressure 33.5% of adults have high LDL or “bad” cholesterol Here's a link to the article. While I don't have all the answers, my personal experience reflects my belief that correcting nutrition and exercise habits can bring these numbers into healthy ranges.  At the end of last...

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