Cholesterol may not be the main cause of heart attacks. It is something else entirely. I discovered a safe form of oral therapy without side effects that can lower your risk and avoid a lifetime on meds or expensive surgery.
My name is Roy Murphy. I’m 64 years old and before retirement I was a civil engineer. 2 years ago when high cholesterol was ruining my health.
It was making me feel drained of energy all the time and a grouchy so and so. However, my wonderful wife found an unusual type of oral therapy that helped to get my cholesterol under control, to flush out some of the plaque from my arteries and to recover my vim and vigor.
My doctor even said to me: “Roy, unless we get your coronary artery cleared of plaque you only have months to live before you get a heart attack or stroke.”
I could barely walk a hundred yards before gasping for breath and my heart feeling like it would punch a hole in my ribs. Most painful was having to say ‘no’ to playing with my grandkids.
Seeing the look of disappointment on their faces made me feel terrible. They didn’t understand that I didn’t have the energy to chase them around the garden like I used to.
I felt like the grim reaper was watching over me.
And, as much as I hate to admit it, I felt like giving up.
Id already tried cutting cholesterol from my diet, filling my fridge with foods labelled ‘Low in Fat’ and Id given up smoking years ago.
Id done everything you’re told to do.
Yet still my doctor told me I had only months left.
Well, I may have given up.
But my darling wife hadn’t.
Whenever I was crashed out on the sofa, Margaret was busy researching high cholesterol and heart disease on her iPad.
She showed me an article on the Erudite Lifestyle website.
In this article it revealed how the ‘low cholesterol-low fat’ mantra we’ve had drilled into us for so many years may not be the whole story.
Because cholesterol may, in fact, NOT be the main cause of heart attacks.
New research suggests that it may be something else entirely.
Well, after I read the article, you know what I did? I took action!
Since then I’ve seen my total cholesterol levels plummet from 272 to 152. That’s a 44% drop!
My bad LDL has fallen to 77 while my good HDL is up to 51, putting them well within the healthy ratio.
More importantly, I can chase my grandkids around the garden again, go for long strolls with Margaret and enjoy my life, instead of living in fear of a heart attack or stroke.
I can’t tell you what a relief it is to know I likely have years, not months, ahead of me. And I won’t have to get sliced open on the surgeon’s table.
I created this video because I want other people to experience this transformation for themselves.
I understand how confusing all the advice can be.
How one week we’re told never to eat fat, the next week it’s safe.
One day it’s sugar that’s to blame for diabetes, the next day it’s processed meat.
And I’m not normally one for conspiracy theories.
But it’s difficult not to raise your eyebrows at how doctors are prescribing artery widening drugs like candy when a safe, natural alternative exists without side effects.
Please don’t wait until your arteries get so bad that bypass surgery becomes the only option.
Both you and your partner deserve to spend your lives in good health, and not waiting for your heart to give in.
Or just feeling down and sad from low energy, shortness of breath and having to watch your grandkids playing from the sofa.
Because when you can lower your cholesterol and clean out your arteries, your heart no longer has to battle to force blood through.
Instead, you may find that you have more energy, fewer health problems and can go back to enjoying your life.
You may find you get your mojo back too.
Sounds too good to be true?
Maybe it is.
But if you never try how will you ever know?
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, while the name and backstory has been changed – any portrayal of real persons is coincidental. The images used are all stock photos.