Demanding equal time is surely something we need to see in a country the promotes free speech. Access to balanced information is something we deserve. The fact is that mainstream sources of health information is one sided most of the time. The drug companies own the TV news outlets. Without going into the specifics of fraudulent activity in science, health seekers certainly have the ability to weigh the information and come up with their own educated opinion when other sides are presented to them.
But if only one side is shown, how can you exercise your thinking brain???????
Cholesterol is a huge topic. People are in a panic when their blood work shows a cholesterol that is considered high. Unfortunately, people don't realize that number goes up and down over the course of a day. I was only aware of that when I watched a lecture from an individual who measured his cholesterol obsessively just to understand it better himself.
Just knowing many people have "normal" cholesterol and still have heart attacks should make us pause and rethink the true culprits that damage our health.
The information is out there, but you have to search carefully. You may be the one who educates your friends and family.
David Diamond has devoted years dissecting cholesterol research. This is a long, but thorough video:
Here are some shorter videos on the questionable benefits of heart interventions.
Do you really want to help statins become the first drug to reach $3 trillion in sales by next year??? Why does anyone promote a toxic formulation that is known to damage mitochondria? Click here to watch this video: The Remarkable Uselessness of Statin Drugs
As I said: You can decide for yourself, but only if both sides of the story get equal time.
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