Fair enough, I am not trying to convince you one way or the other. I just think that a study of 137,000 people who had heart attacks, 75% of them had normal cholesterol levels is interesting.
So more people had heart attacks with cholesterol in range than those with out of range. That to me sounds pretty convincing. Just to let you know I was prescribed statins also, but after reading all the crap they do I never picked up my medication.
The guys on the board here brought up a good point which I think is very valid in regards to cholesterol. Having higher levels could really be the warning flag that something is messed up in the hormonal chain that needs attention.