Does high cholesterol cause heart attacks? Emerging research suggests it might be something else entirely. Thankfully there’s a therapy that can lower the risk for 9 out of 10 people.
Every 42 seconds someone in the US has a heart attack.
But the main cause may not be high cholesterol at all.
According to an analysis of nearly 140,000 hospital records, HALF of people who suffer heart attacks have “normal” cholesterol levels.
And the fact is that – despite the huge push to cut the amount of cholesterol and fat in our diets – the number of deaths from heart attacks is expected to increase 46% in the next decade.
So if it isn’t cholesterol driving the rise in heart attacks, what is?
New research is revealing that we may have been treating heart disease WRONG for decades.
That the ‘low cholesterol low fat’ mantra repeated on TV, in magazines and even by our doctors may not be the complete story.
The good news is that there’s a form of oral therapy that studies suggest may be effective at helping 9 out of 10 people defend against America’s #1 killer and leading cause of health problems.
If you suffer from:
Shortness of breath
High blood pressure
Blood sugar problems
Or chest pain
you need to know that there’s a way to defuse the ticking time bomb inside your chest, safely and naturally.
It is a groundbreaking type of therapy that can save you from a lifetime on pharmaceutical drugs or expensive bypass surgery.
And instead give you back your energy, health and happiness.
On the Erudite Lifestyle website, we explain why obsessing about cholesterol may not be the answer to protecting you from a heart attack or stroke.
And what you need to do to lower your risk instead.
Because while quitting smoking, getting more exercise and improving your diet are all essential steps, they may not be enough.
It’s the deadly plaque clogging up your arteries that you need to get rid of.
Thankfully, the innovative type of therapy mentioned earlier has been found in multiple studies to be effective at flushing out plaque and toxins from the arteries.
According to the The American College for Advancement in Medicine this form of oral therapy:
“is a safe and effective treatment for atherosclerotic vascular disease, as it consistently improves blood flow and relieves symptoms associated with the disease in greater than 80% of the patients treated.”
This finding is supported by the Journal of Advancement in Medicine, which found that in studies of over 23,000 patients nearly 9 out of 10 showed improved heart health and functioning.
Remember, when you clean out your arteries it relieves the strain on your heart.
This means it no longer needs to pound like a jackhammer to force blood through.
And when you relieve this pressure, your cardiovascular system can function like squeaky clean, bendy hoses instead of crud encrusted pipes.
You may notice your energy improves, you can play with the grand-kids again, take up jogging or cycling and not live in constant fear of your heart giving in at any moment.
You may even find you get your mojo back in the bedroom too.
So if you’ve been searching on YouTube for ways to lower your cholesterol, and how to reduce your risk of a heart attack or stroke…
Check out our article on the Erudite Lifestyle website.
It may have all the answers you need on how to get your cholesterol and health problems under control, once and for all.
You will also know about the groundbreaking oral therapy that may help to scrub your arteries clean of plaque, to help flush it from your system and improve your all round health and happiness.
Why live in fear when there’s a solution only a click away?
Disclaimer – The information in this video is designed for educational purposes only. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problem. Please consult a doctor before making any changes to your medication or to address any questions you might have. This information has not been evaluated or approved by the FDA and is not necessarily based on scientific evidence from any source. The improvement in cholesterol levels is based on factual evidence. The name and backstory has been changed and any portrayal of real persons is coincidental. The images used are all stock photos.