By definition, a drug is a substance that helps one problem and creates others (that’s called “side effects”). Sometimes those side effects are annoying. And sometimes they’re so annoying they kill you. Chronic medications you take on a daily basis for decades helps one problem (hopefully) and creates others (by definition). Therefore, when you decide to take a medication your doctor says “you will need for the rest of your life,” be aware that you’ll also be experiencing some unexpected turbulence. It just so happens the unexpected turbulence that Avandia causes increases your risk of heart attack by 43 percent.
So, the safest bet for you to avoid both diabetes and Avandia is to walk:
I can guarantee no drug will ever be discovered that reduces your chances of developing a disease by 40%. It’s good old-fashioned healthy living that will save you– not Big Pharma.