THE MORNING SHOW
Dr. Stephanie Seneff
What Statins Really Are and Why They Don’t Work
Stephanie Seneff, PhD, is a Senior Research Scientist at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. She has a Bachelor’s degree from MIT in biology with a minor in food and nutrition, and her PhD from MIT is in computer science. Dr. Seneff is the first author of several recently published papers on theories proposing that dietary deficiencies in critical nutrients such as sulfur, taurine, zinc, cobalamin, choline, etc., as well as insufficient sun exposure, compounded by chronic exposure to multiple environmental toxins, can explain many modern diseases/conditions, such as autism, heart disease, obesity, asthma, gastrointestinal disorders, arthritis and Alzheimer’s disease. She has also spoken on these topics in several youtube videos as well as in radio interviews and at conferences on nutrition and health both in the U.S. and internationally.
-Cholesterol: Why it’s arguably one of the body’s most important molecules. Why it’s there, what it does and how it helps
-There’s no reason to mess with the liver and its making of cholesterol
-Cholesterol is protective in the plaque
-The real demons: Sugars and carbs
-Why statins cause muscle pain and weakness
-Statins and sexual function
-Lack of sunlight: The big reason we’re all sick
-Dr. Seneff explains why she doesn’t take vitamin D or any other supplement
-Statin use ages the body more quickly
-Why do we all have a sulfur deficiency?
-Aluminum, vaccinations and childhood diseases
-An interesting tidbit of information for women who shave their underarms. Maybe that hair is doing a job and there for a reason
-Good food sources for sulfur
-How do you get a loved one off of statins? Very slowly
-The link between statins and prostate cancer
-Foods containing cholesterol are very, very healthy foods
-Why consuming high cholesterol foods can lower your cholesterol
and so much more!
dr stephanie seneff on statins and sulfates, october 1, 2013