it’s just my job, five days a week
We have been told over and over again by authoritative scientific medical research that without question lowering cholesterol will prolong and our lives.
You know this. You Grew up knowing it.
Lipitor@Pfizer reduces cholesterol. Taking it will save your life. The reduction in cholesterol is dose dependent, measurable and highly lucrative.
It reduces cholesterol by up to 60%
That’s the Problem!
Cholesterol is an essential part of every cell in your body. The research is biased, the marketing misleading and fraudulent. Blaming cholesterol for coronary heart disease is like blaming firemen for fires. Here is what I have discovered :
Cholesterol is Cement
- We use cement in our roads, bridges, buildings and homes.
- We use cholesterol in every cell of our bodies!
- All of them.
- LDL and HDL are Cement Trucks
- Your brain lives in a gated community, has border crossings and no one gets in without a pass. Cement Trucks are not allowed into this community.
- Your brain uses a lot of Cement.
- It makes its own. This is a fact.
Coenzyme Q10 is a Pac Man Power Pill
In addition to cement, Lipitor@Pfizer reduces the amount of Coenzyme Q10 or Pac Man power pills in your system: every cell in your body requires a constant supply of these little buggers to keep playing the game of life.
To Think is to practice Brain Chemistry
Lipitor@Pfizer has a Nexus Pass that takes it straight through your brains border control system where it reduces cement and power pill production by up to 60%.
- The delicate dance of your consciousness begins to falter;
- your internal google road map takes you to the wrong place;
- your communication network makes bad connections;
- the way you get things done;
- your executive function: fails.
Your brain begins to experience energy brownouts and goes into recession leaving you stuck in the basement with no lights when substandard construction materials lead to a mental collapse like the garment factory in Bangladesh.
You are deep in the rubble Barney, prematurely aging by the heartbeat.
… A year later, they re-started me on the same statin, Lipitor, at half the previous dose saying that my first 6-hour episode of TGA was only a coincidence. Two months later I again experienced TGA.. … My total time on Lipitor was no more than five months at 5-10 mg dosing
Dr. Duane Graveline
Dr Graveline was an American physician and NASA astronaut. He was one of the six scientists selected for NASA’s fourth group of astronauts, for the Apollo program in 1965
I took 80 mg of Lipitor@Pfizer each day for eight years
IMHO : Brain Fog is Anterograde Amnesia
Anterograde amnesia is the loss of the ability to create new memories. In most cases of anterograde amnesia, patients lose declarative memory, or the recollection of facts, but they retain nondeclarative memory, often called procedural memory.
The hippocampus plays important roles in the consolidation of information from short-term memory to long-term memory.
The memory can be either wholly or partially lost depending on the damage caused by Lipitor@Pfizer.
Given Lipitor@Pfizer’s 14 hour half life, when prescribed at the maximum allowable dose of 80 mg / day patients are constantly exposed to toxic levels for long periods of time.
Lipitor@Pfizer is a Gateway Drug
With not enough cement and energy throughout your body: the pot holes don’t get filled in; the trash begins to pile up, normal repair systems begin to fail. Your body experiences brownouts when you exercise: muscular weakness and pain increase as a result of statin induced myopathy to the point where
you blow a fuse and pass out: unconscious before you hit the floor.
New health problems result in increasingly strong medications and interventions. Within your body extreme climate events are now becoming commonplace as well as the measures required to survive them, until
one day a doctor pressing as hard as he can on your open femoral artery says to the nurse
Go Get His Wife!
It is no longer possible to trust much of the clinical research that is published or to rely on the judgement of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines — Dr. Marcia Angell,
20 year Editor of the New England Journal of Medicine