Remote Tribe in Bolivia Found to Have the Healthiest Arteries in the World

Their near perfect cardiovascular health reinforces why the mainstream focus on medicating the symptoms isn’t working and what people need to do instead

CUSCO, PERU - SEPTEMBER 7: Unknown Peruvian people in traditional clothes on a carnival in Cuzco, Peru, 7 Septiembre 2014. Every year in Cuzco passes many religious holidays and carnivals
Two thirds of the tribe’s elder’s have virtually ZERO risk of heart attacks or strokes

There’s an isolated tribe deep in the Bolivian jungle called the Tsimane people. In their society, heart attacks and strokes are almost unknown.

Why?

A study, presented at the American College of Cardiology conference, showed that an 80-year-old Tsimané man has the vascular age of an American in his mid-50s.

The arteries of the villagers were checked with CT scans. They were found to be virtually clean of toxic artery plaque, with 9 out of 10 of the 705 strong tribe having no risk of heart disease. And that wasn’t even the most surprising result!

What they found when they checked the elderly members of the tribe was ASTONISHING.

Two thirds of the tribe’s elders (aged over 75) also had almost no risk of a heart attack or stroke. Blood pressure, body fat and blood glucose were also low.

“This study suggests that coronary atherosclerosis [hardening of the arteries] could be avoided if people adopted some elements of the Tsimané lifestyle, such as keeping their LDL cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar very low, not smoking and being physically active,” said senior cardiology author Dr Gregory S Thomas from Long Beach Memorial Medical Centre in the US.

These findings go a long way to debunking the theory that higher cholesterol is something we have to accept as we get older. They also put under the spotlight the obsession with medicating the symptoms instead of addressing the root cause…

Half of Heart Attack Victims DON’T Have High Cholesterol

It’s not too far-fetched to suggest that while statins may ‘save lives’ in the relative short-term by reducing the risk of, say, heart attacks, they may possibly cause some people to perish in the long term” – Dr John Briffa, a practicing doctor, author and international speaker

It’s a well known scientific fact that over half of people who suffer heart attacks DON’T have high cholesterol. This is because high cholesterol is only ONE of the causation factors. Yet when you go to your doctor for a checkup on your heart disease risk, they’ll likely just prescribe you cholesterol lowering drugs and send you on your way.

Cholesterol lowering drugs are now the most prescribed on the planet. Today 1 in 3 Amercians aged over 40 takes one daily. Yet rates of heart attacks and strokes are still rocketing.

In a special report, we reveal:

  • 3 key lifestyle changes you can make today to help lower your bad LDL cholesterol
  • Why doctors are prescribing statins like candy (even if your cholesterol is in the safe ratio)
  • Why some doctors are DEEPLY worried about the way cholesterol lowering drugs work
  • The vital role CoQ10 plays in your body, which stains  deplete
  • 7 nutrients that statins may also DESTROY in your body (which may explain muscle weakness and lower sex drive)
  • Why you should also boost your vitamin K2 if you’re on statins
  • A doctor endorsed natural solution with a 17 year track record of balancing cholesterol safely and without side effects

Disclaimer – Statements made in this article have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. The information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. You should never stop or make changes to your medication without speaking to your doctor first.

References

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/mar/17/tsimane-of-the-bolivian-amazon-have-worlds-healthiest-hearts-says-study

https://www.health.harvard.edu/heart-health/ask-the-doctor-heart-attack-despite-low-cholesterol

https://www.nbcnews.com/health/heart-health/too-many-people-stop-their-lifesaving-statins-doctors-say-n7896

http://www.drbriffa.com/2013/05/30/statins-deplete-the-body-of-a-nutrient-that-is-vital-for-heart-function/

Erudite Lifestyle Magazine 2017