Medical Scam: How Many Lives Have Cholesterol-lowering Drugs and Vegetable Oils Ruined?

In 2013 we reported on the research fraud regarding a scientific study that was used to support the theory that high levels of cholesterol and saturated fats were linked to an increase in heart disease. See:

Resurrected Data From 1960s Shows American Heart Association’s Advice on Dietary Fats has been Wrong

This study, the Sydney Diet Heart Study, was supposed to support the claim that dietary saturated fats led to high levels of heart disease, and that one needed to switch to polyunsaturated oils and also take cholesterol-lowering drugs to avoid these so-called dangerous levels of cholesterol. But researchers uncovered data that was not previously published which contradicted the conclusions of the study.

Read Article by Brian Shilhavy