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Sunday, July 16, 2006

At War With Lipitor!!

Don't Be Fooled By Your Easy Co-Pay. It Just May Kill You.

Why am I at War with Lipitor?

So you have it pretty easy. Just go to your favorite pharmacy, hand over your prescription, pull out your insurance card and that one month supply of statin medication priced over $100 is only a $20 dollar co-pay out of your pocket. Everything is good. And everyone else took care of most of the work for you.

So what is wrong?

Isn't it too easy?

It is too easy. The real work would be to look at how choleterol was discovered, what scientists thought it proved, and why studies are showing the majority was mislead.

What is the real cause of heart attacks? Cholesterol has very little to do with it.

What are statin drugs doing to the heart? There is a rise in congestive heart failure.

Why do people with low cholesterol have shorter life spans? Because cholesterol plays a vital role in hormone health.

Before anyone decides to take a statin medication, he or she needs to realize there is sacrifice with very little reward. This is not a win win situation. Before anyone makes a decision, he or she needs to be well equiped to make an informed decision.

Most people are not well informed enough to make an informed decision.

Numerous organizations such as the Life Extension Foundation, Health Keepers Alliance, Weston A. Price Foundation and Dr. Mercola are speaking out about the dangers and corupt politics with satin medications and what the public is not infomed about heart health.

You won't hear about them on a TV commercial. Take the time to look at what information they offer.

The Benefits of High Cholesterol

Dangers of Statin Drugs: What You Haven't Been Told

Cholesterol Drugs Cause Heart Disease

Health Keepers Alliance
The Dangers of Statin Drugs, Vol 8 Issue 1 [order this issue at the website ]

The Patent is Almost Up! Is That Why Statin Drugs Are "Shoved" Down Our Throats?

The Cholesterol Lie: Why Cardiologists Are Just Plumbers

Cholesterol Unscientific

What Really Causes Clogged Arteries

What Bill Clinton's Doctor's Didn't Do

Health Myths Exposed

Chiropractic & Heart Health
Don't forget regular chiropractic care for maintaining homeostasis and regulating the healing process.

Blood Pressure

Heart & Kidney Abnormalities Correlated with Spinal Health

The Shape of Your Spine, Organ Health, & Life Span

Remember during your new patient orientation when I talked about poor posture and forward head carriage leading to poor cardiopulmonary function? Here's more info.

I hope this has your mind working overtime. Please visit my office soon and ask about a specialized wellness plan.
Thank You.
Dr. Lisa

Join David in Bed...

Life Coach David Wood revealed to his subscribers how he starts his day and creates his momentum for achieving success. Take a look:

Join David in Bed (the 'Wake Up Video’)When I say join me in bed – I mean it.I'm going to go out on a limb here.I'm actually going to bring you into my bedroom and show you the first 8 minutes of my day.Why? Because I've discovered a simple process that is responsible for a lot of my creativity. For my clarity. For my direction. And for my motivation.I’m about to show you, video frame by video frame, a process I use that’s largely responsible for my business success.It's pretty quick - and I got my whole business vision for SolutionBox out of it. Interested?You’ll be thinking…."I don't want to see it, yet I cannot look away!" Yeah - I know. Me waking up is not a pretty sight I warn you - but c’lick here to watch the 8 minute video and discover this life changing process:The Wake Up Video (Click Below)

It can help you:- get motivated to do things you’ve been putting off- generate a whole to-do list from the subconscious mind, not the conscious- be incredibly creative.
Watch:The Wake Up Video* * *Have you used this process? If so - post your experience on the blog

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The Wake Up Video


David's The Truth About Women E-Book

Prescription Drug Induced Obesity

[For information on author, Shane Ellison, M.Sc., visit]

Many factors regulate a person's weight. The metabolism dictates the rate at which food is converted to fuel substrates. The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) stores and releases fat burning molecules known as catecholamines. Thermogenesis, the receiver of the SNS signal, converts fatty acids to heat. This prevents fat storage. The messenger hormone leptin controls the hunger switch. Receiver of the leptin message, the brain tells us when to eat, how much to eat and when to stop eating. Commonly used prescription drugs can interrupt many weight regulating factors. When used long term (6 months or more), these drugs elicit obesity among most users. This is true despite rigorous workout or diet routines that may be employed. Ever met someone who exercised religiously yet failed to lose fat?

The most common of these drugs are those used to treat high blood pressure (beta blockers such as Atenolol), depression (SSRI's such as Zyprexa), and diabetes (sulfonylureas such as Amaryl and thiazolidinediones such as Avandia).

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This is not medical advice. Medical diagnosis and treatment is constrained by law to be the monopoly of state licensed practitioners. Shane Ellison holds a Masters degree in organic chemistry and a Bachelors in biology and chemistry. His experience in drug design and synthesis afforded him a wealth of knowledge in the areas of natural medicine and therapeutic nutrition.
He is not a doctor.
In fact, he has never even read Gray's Anatomy.
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