If you’ve found this site then, like me, you may have received the dreaded diagnosis. If not, perhaps you are seeking information for a friend or relative. Or, you wish to learn how to prevent this disease in the first place.
I turned 71 in January 2013. But I lived under the cloud of coronary artery disease (CAD) from 1988 until 2007. In that time, I accumulated three stents in my heart plus adverse reactions to every statin drug. I’ve been on Mevacor, Zocor, Pravacol and you name it. Lipitor, the last one, was the worst. It turns out the side effects of statin drugs are far more common (and sneaky) than you’ve been led to believe.
Desperate for something to relieve my angina and ease my mind, a few years ago I turned to the Internet. I never expected to find a patented cure for coronary heart disease
Here’s the problem: the cure consists of inexpensive over-the-counter supplements. There’s no profit in it for the pharmaceutical giants, so there have been no clinical trials. And no endorsements from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). If this cure is real, then their inaction may have caused millions of premature deaths.