SOURCE: Endogenous Stem Cells Activators, Inc.

Endogenous Stem Cells Activators, Inc.

March 12, 2010 14:00 ET

Statins Reduce Cholesterol -- Which Cholesterol?

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - March 12, 2010) -  Alfred T. Sapse MD of Endogenous Stem Cells Activators, Inc. released a statement today:

"To my knowledge and I have the support of the Physician's Desk Reference (PDR), there are two types of cholesterol each synthesized in different locations, with different pharmacological actions, each one being the cause of different diseases.

"They are the endogenous cholesterol, manufactured by the liver and intestines and the other is the exogenous cholesterol, introduced in the body by foods rich in saturated fats and cholesterol.

"The endogenous cholesterol, when manufactured in large amounts, induces the appearance of fatty plaques on heart arteries and is at the origin of atherosclerosis, and other cardio vascular disorders.

"The exogenous cholesterol once in the human body is used by the adrenal gland cortex on the top of the kidney as raw material for the manufacturing of vital hormones, aldosterone, estrogens, testosterone, and cortisol, among many others. Cortisol is the stress hormone that protects the body against everyday stress but when stress is continuous and severe, the production of cortisol goes up and at that time cortisol becomes a destructive force on practically every organ, tissue and cell, and the 'stress diseases' are setting in under the name of ulcers, hypertension, strokes, heart attacks, diabetes, and many more.

"As such, to state that statins reduce cholesterol is ambiguous and misleading and to set the record straight, the truth is that the statins reduce only the endogenous cholesterol.

"However since the 'statins reduce cholesterol' slogan, did not bring any complaints before, and no harm had been done, I believe that a clarification from the statins industry is needed.

"This clarification would remove a major obstacle that, as I will explain later, would open the use of statins, in many other areas of therapy that were closed to their use at the present time.

"On the other hand if no clarification would be coming up soon, this matter might become a legal issue."

End of Part I

"Part II to be issued in a few days will deal with: Statins control the endogenous cholesterol and Endogenous Stem Cells Activators, Inc. (ESAI) controls the exogenous cholesterol. Is there any synergy here? I believe there is."

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Contact Information

  • Alfred T. Sapse MD (r)
    Endogenous Stem Cells Activators, Inc.
    6330 S. Pecos Rd., Ste 100
    Las Vegas, NV 89120
    Tel: (702) 792-1601
    Fax: (702) 733-9505
    Email: Email Contact