[Alert] Deadly Statins Risk Discovered

Dear Reader,

Trust me… the folks at Big Pharma are hyperventilating into a paper bag right now.

They’ve sold us billions of dollars’ worth of cholesterol-lowering statins over the years, and promised these meds were safe.

But it looks like that gravy train could soon come to an end.

Statins have now been linked to chronic muscle pain… liver disease… and even cataracts.

Now, a new study is shedding more light on just how dangerous statins are.

And it’s worse than we’ve ever been told.

More than 200 million statins prescriptions are written each year… especially to seniors.

We’re talking about MILLIONS of people who have been put in harm’s way by drug company greed.

New research from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine has proven that taking statins increases your risk for developing type-2 diabetes by a shocking 30 percent.

Yes, you read that right… A 30 percent greater risk of developing a disease that attacks your heart and brain… can leave you blind… and may even cost you a foot or a leg.

And this wasn’t the first study to link statins to diabetes… just the latest.

You see, statins suppress the production of insulin, which your body needs to pull sugar out of your blood and deliver it to your cells.

Without enough insulin, you’ll develop diabetes.

And this latest study is rock-solid. It spanned more than a decade and involved more than 3,200 patients.

Of course, you’ll never hear about this from Big Pharma or the thousands of mainstream doctors who they practically bribe to prescribe statins.

So, it’s up to you to put your foot down.

If you or a loved one is being prescribed statins, it’s crucial you discuss an alternate treatment route with your doctor.

Luckily, there’s an excellent alternative: red yeast rice.

This all-natural supplement works the same way as statins, but it’s a lot safer.

Red yeast rice can be purchased through a number of reputable manufacturers like Puritan’s PrideNature’s Bounty, and Piping Rock.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health