Wednesday, October 15, 2014


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by Morley Evans

$TATIN NATION II will be released in January 2015. Here's an update from its producer, Justin Smith:

Dear Morley

The editing and other post production tasks are going well for $tatin Nation II, however, realistically, the premiere will now be in January 2015. This is of course significantly later than originally planned. The reasons are partly due to the difficulty of the subject being tackled and also due to an underestimation of the amount of work required.

$tatin Nation II will be around 30 minutes longer than the first film and, as I am sure you are aware, will include an investigation into the real causes of heart disease. This has been a difficult task. Heart disease is quite literally a 5000 year old medical mystery and one of the many challenges has been to cut through the contradictory data to establish primary causes. 


Despite the influence of the statin manufacturers, the facts about the ‘benefits’ and risks of statins are gradually being exposed. I am delighted to say that in November this year the VEITH Symposium in New York will feature a debate about the use of statins in primary prevention. 

The VEITH Symposium is one of the largest events for vascular surgeons, cardiologists and other specialists. Professor Sherif Sultan (who also features in $tatin Nation II) will argue against the use of statins in primary prevention. Professor Sultan is a world leading vascular and endovascular surgeon. He has been recognised by 29 international awards and he is one of the pioneers of minimally invasive endovascular techniques.

Professor Sultan will be using video clips from $tatin Nation II in his presentation, and I’m sure we are all in full support of his efforts to challenge the dogma surrounding cholesterol and statins. 


LDL particles (aka ‘bad’ cholesterol) found to be protective:

Statins guidelines panel member failed to disclose conflict of interest:
[The Sunday Times requires a subscription but you can read the first few paragraphs for free, which probably say it all]

Cholesterol derivatives could treat motor neurone disorders:


Dr Uffe Ravnskov's The Cholesterol Myths
For anyone who missed it, Dr Uffe Ravnskov has very generously made his book The Cholesterol Myths available online for free. This is Dr Ravnskov’s original book on the subject and is considered by many to be a classic text pivotal to exposing the cholesterol and statins issue.
You can access the book here:

For a shorter, more easily read summary of this work, Dr Ravnskov’s more recent book Ignore the Awkward is also highly recommended. 


Thank you very much for your continued support and interest in this important issue!

Very best wishes, Justin

$tatin Nation II: What Really Causes Heart Disease?

$TATIN NATION II will make medical history. It will change the world. I can hardly wait! Like the Japanese, my cholesterol is very high (9 mmol/l  = 348.02784 mg/dl). Doctors almost killed me with the cholesterol lowering drugs Zocor and Lipitor. I fired them and stopped taking Statin Drugs. Today, I am younger than I was twenty years ago! I am living proof of what they say. I am living proof of what I say.
Here is its trailer:

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