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Text: 'Clinical trials are the gold standard for hiding side effects'
From Big Pharma - How the pharmaceutical industry really works - Truthloader LIVE Dr. David Healy at 20.17 "Partly because of clinical trials we've had a huge change of culture as regards to pills. We used to 20, 30, 40 years ago, we used to view medicines as poisons to be used with care and the art of medicine, lay in making sure that you didn't take risk that you didn't need to take and also insuring that you got the right dose of the poison. So that you didn't do more harm than you had to do. But because clinical trials focuses away from the safety aspects of pills and they just answer the question does this pill work. We've transformed medicines from poisons into fertilizers."
at 34.37 ..."Clinical trials are the gold standard they're not, they're in fact they're almost the gold standard way to hide the side effects a drug may cause."

Text: 'Prescription drugs 4th leading cause of death. Donald Light PhD in sociology'
From New Prescription Drugs: A Major Health Risk With Few Offsetting Advantages Donald W. Light: About 128,000 people die from drugs prescribed to them. This makes prescription drugs a major health risk, ranking 4th with stroke as a leading cause of death.

Text: 'Third leading cause of death. Dr. Peter Gotzsche MD'
From DR. PETER GOTZSCHE – author DEADLY MEDICINES AND ORGANISED CRIME Dr. Peter Gotzsche 26.04 ..."Actually one quarter of those people they die from a hip fracture. So this is one reason why all prescription drugs are the 3rd leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer."

Text: 'Americans: -10% type 2 diabetic -30/40% pre-diabetic -2/3 overweight'
From Prof. Jeff Volek - The Art and Science of Low Carb Living: Cardio-Metabolic Benefits and Beyond Jeff Volek PhD, RD at 4:53 "You know in the background what we have going on is a obesity and diabetes epidemic that's sweeping across the planet like a slow moving plague... We're looking at about 10% of the population having type 2 diabetes. And what's more concerning is we have at least 3 to 4 fold more individuals who have pre-diabetes."
And at 7:15 "As a population now 2/3 of Americans are overweight so if you think about it the average person is not healthy anymore. The average person probably has some degree insulin resistance."

Text: '..."It's never been proven that saturated fat causes heart disease." Trudi Deakin PhD, RD'
From Expert Seminar: Dr. Trudi Deakin 22-6-15 Trudi Deakin PhD, RD at 58:03 "So that's why over the years the studies have not been consistent and it's never been proven that saturated fat causes heart disease and it's never been proven that LDL cholesterol causes heart disease. What the problem is, is the LDL-P."

Text: 'Excess carbs higher triglycerides and smaller LDLs (the bad cholesterol)'
From What happens to the carbs? Dr. Malcolm Kendrick:
2. If you keep eating carbohydrate the resultant simple sugars will, at first, be stored... However, once this limit is reached, the liver will turn the rest into fat.
4: The next step is that three palmitic acid molecules are attached to a glycerol molecule, to form a triglyceride.
5: ...triglycerides will then be packed into Very Low Density Lipoproteins (VLDL)...
6: When VLDLs reach fat cells (adipose tissue), the triglyceride is stripped out and absorbed into fat cells. Which means that VLDLs gradually shrink.
7: Once a VLDL has lost a large amount of triglyceride it becomes a new, smaller, lipoprotein, which is often referred to as ‘bad cholesterol’ a.k.a. LDL (Low Density Lipoprotein).

Text: 'Otherwise it'll take 17 years for doctors to catch up to the research'
From Expert Seminar: Dr. Trudi Deakin 22-6-15 Trudi Deakin PhD, RD at 5:38 "The reference I got is a 17 lag time from research to practice."

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