HEART HEALTH – 2020 a New Decade
The good news is - ongoing research at distinguished Medical Universities is demonstrating impressive reversal of heart disease markers. The 1998 Nobel Prize in Medicine went to “nitric oxide”, a powerful vasodilator which simply means to help keep your arteries open and maintain their smooth, Teflon-like texture so blood can flow normally.
NUMBER ONE KILLER
One in three people will die from heart disease, and, “one of the other two people also will live life compromised because of it.” It kills more people than ALL the next 6 leading causes of death combined including cancer. Breast cancer is Not the number one killer of women – it’s a misconception. Heart disease is the biggest killer of women as well as men. Nearly 250,000 women die each year from heart disease, actually 5 times the number of women dying from breast cancer.
BLOOD FLOW IS EVERYTHING
Specialists agree combating heart disease with supplements is safe and more effective too. That 1998 Nobel Medical Prize demonstrated that L-arginine is best known for its cardiovascular benefits. Our bodies convert it to nitric oxide, which relaxes blood vessels, reduces stress on the heart, improves circulation, lowers our cholesterol, and blood presure.
L-arginine reduces BP by restoring elasticity to hardened arteries. It can disolve plaque in arteries so your blood flows with less restriction. In human trials, L-arginine increased blood flow to the legs, healed inflamed arteries, rapidly normalized cholesterol levels, significantly reducing triglycerides and bad LDL cholesterol.
DIABETIC CURSE SOLVED
Noteworthy is Dr. Joseph Prendergast MD, awarded “2008 Father of the year” by the American Diabetes Assoc, for “saving more lives than any other physician in the USA.” Prendergast is a formulator and works closely with John P. Cooke, PhD, World leader of cardiovascular science from Stanford University and Victor J. Dzau, who is chancellor for health affairs and President and CEO of Duke University Health System.
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* Note: L-Arginine supplements are not all equal – adequate research is vital.
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