[Alert] New statins SCAM puts your LIFE in danger!

Big Pharma and its minions in mainstream medicine are running SCARED.

And like a bobcat boxed into a corner, they’re fighting with everything they’ve got.

I’ve been warning you for years about the dangers of cholesterol-lowering statins.

They don’t add a single DAY to your life — and they’ve been linked to some of the deadliest diseases around.

Now, a major health group is trying to CON you and your doctor into thinking these billion-dollar pills are as wholesome as grandma’s apple pie.

But this latest plot isn’t just dangerous — it could end up costing you your life.

The statins swindle

There are two VERY frightening things you need to know about the American Heart Association.

They accept a boatload of cash from the drug companies… and when the AHA talks, doctors listen.

And with lots of serious questions being raised about statins, it was a matter of time before the AHA circled the wagons and came to their defense.

The AHA just issued an official scientific statement claiming that statins are safe and that the benefits outweigh the risks.

Which, of course, begs the question… WHAT THE HECK ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT?

I mean, for God’s sake, we know the risks.

Lots of people who take statins end up with excruciating muscle pain. Plus, they’ve been linked to cataracts and can increase your risk of deadly DIABETES by 50%!

And what about the so-called “benefits” of statins?

Now, this is something that Big Pharma HATES talking about… because there are practically NONE!

These drugs won’t add a SINGLE DAY to your life!

A MAJOR clinical trial found that when statins are used to prevent heart problems in seniors (the main reason they’re prescribed), there were NO BENEFITS WHATSOEVER.

People didn’t live any longer — and the number of deaths was actually slightly HIGHER in the statins group.

These drugs are bad news, end of story.

So why on Earth would the AHA bend over backwards to defend statins?

Well, go to the AHA website and check out the organization’s list of sponsors. You’ll piece this mystery together fast enough.