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Good point, provided that one is in relatively good health. By the way, fish oils can also be prescribed to patients (at doses much larger than those normally obtained through diet). Statins have the relative advantage of achieving the desired LDL lowering at the shortest time. Thus some physicians opt for statins at the beginning of the treatment course followed by other means - even diet changes alone - at a later stage.
thanks for the comment, it is interesting your point that we need ti lower LDL, in fact we don't :) see this commentary where we describe why cardioprotection is NOT through lowering LDL but via different pathways/mechanismshttp://www.athero.org/commentaries/comm1119.aspin any case, statins have strong side effects and their prescription needs to be re-evaluated, they put millions of people in danger!
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