Science has never been able to link cholesterol with heart disease.
Studies show that many groups with high levels of heart disease don't have high levels of blood fats.
More importantly, the same numbers of people die with high cholesterol levels as people with normal cholesterol levels.
Meaning high cholesterol does not necessarily mean an increase risk for death.
Lowering your cholesterol levels
will prevent heart disease.
Virtually every case of depression can be linked to allergies and/or nutritional deficiencies.
People get cranky if they skip just one meal.
Think about what happens when certain nutrients are skipped for years.
Mental health has nothing to do with diet.
Numerous studies demonstrate that mercury particles and vapors are a timed-release poison, which migrate to various parts of the body, including the brain and can even cross the placenta in pregnant women.
The mercury in dental fillings is permanently locked in and therefore harmless.
Adding fluoride to drinking water began in the 1940’s as a failed attempt to help reduce tooth decay. It sounded like a noble cause, but fluoride is actually a neurotoxin and endocrine disruptor. It can harm the thyroid gland and calcify the pineal gland. It’s so toxic that several countries have banned water fluoridation entirely. Even some U.S. cities have caught on and started rejecting the process of fluoridation.
Adding fluoride to tap water helps to prevent tooth decay.
There is no known drug that can cure a disease.
Medications simply suppress symptoms, usually at the risk of causing a load of other ones.
In the United States more than 300 people die every day due to "properly prescribed" medications.
Myth #5:Modern drugs have conquered many diseases.
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