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Clear Out Plaque Buildup in Your Heart and Avoid Stroke and Heart Attack -Most Disgusting Way to Cure Cholesterol

According to decades of research, the single greatest risk factor for high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease is obesity.

But weight loss is made especially difficult by the plateau and weight gain that dieters experience some months after they begin dieting.

A team led by Israeli researchers has just published a study in the journal Gastroenterology which demonstrates that this weight gain can be prevented.

It is well-known that diets lead to good weight loss in the first 4 to 6 months, after which the weight loss stops and the dieter starts regaining weight, even while continuing the diet.

The authors of the new study wondered whether gut bacteria could have something to do with this depressing weight regain, and they set out to examine this question by asking their subjects to consume their own gut bacteria from the period during which the weight loss was optimum.

They recruited 90 volunteers who were all obese because of carrying too much abdominal fat and had high cholesterol.

They divided these volunteers into three diet groups: a group that received healthy dietary guidelines, a group placed on the Mediterranean diet, and a group placed on a green Mediterranean diet. All three groups were given free gym memberships together with advice on physical exercise.

The difference between the Mediterranean and green Mediterranean groups was that, while both received 28g of walnuts per day for an intake of 440mg of daily polyphenols, the green Mediterranean group also consumed 3 to 4 cups of green tea and Mankai green shakes for 800mg of polyphenols per day.

After 6 months of good weight loss, they were asked to produce feces, from which the researchers made frozen odorless capsules. Half of the participants consumed 100 of these capsules until month 14, while the other half received a placebo or fake treatment.

All the participants continued their diets until month 14 to permit researchers to compare the amount of weight regain between the groups.

After the first 6 months, the average weight loss was 8.3kg, after which all the participants started regaining weight.

But in the green Mediterranean diet group, the fecal capsules held the weight regain to 17.1 percent, while those who took the placebo regained a full 50 percent of their lost weight.

In the other two dietary groups, the fecal capsules did not reduce weight regain.

In the green Mediterranean group, participants on the fecal capsules regained only 1.89cm of waist circumference versus the 5.05cm of those on the placebo.

When examining their gut bacteria, the researchers also found positive changes in the green Mediterranean dieters who consumed the fecal capsules related to insulin sensitivity and cholesterol.

Just one warning: do not eat your own feces to replicate these results, as the bacteria can be seriously harmful if it enters the lining of your mouth, esophagus, or stomach.

Now, if you struggle with weight but don’t feel like eating feces, then you’ll be delighted to hear there is a much more pleasant way to lose weight effortlessly. It’s actually so easy we call it a breeze, as we explain here…

And if you need to get your cholesterol under control, in order to clear out plaque buildup in your heart and avoid stroke and heart attack, learn how to do it by cutting out this one ingredient, explained here…

Clear Out Plaque Buildup in Your Heart and Avoid Stroke and Heart Attack -Finally a Heart-Healthy “Keto” Diet (new study)

Most of us have been bombarded with the Keto (high protein, low carbs) Diet frenzy. Some swear by it to cure almost everything.

The problem is that most reliable studies have deemed it one of the worst diets for your health.

But consuming a lot of protein may not be the problem, according to two new studies published in the journals BMJ and JAMA Internal Medicine. It’s the type of protein that makes all the difference.

And then it doesn’t matter if you’re following keto or just eating normally.

Study 1:

In the BMJ study, researchers from Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School wanted to know whether total protein intake, animal protein intake, and plant protein intake were related to lower risks of death from any cause, death from cardiovascular disease, and death from cancer.

They searched already-published studies in journal databases and found 32 studies, with 715,128 participants, that addressed this question.

When those who consumed the most total protein were compared with those who consumed the least, they discovered that the former group had an approximately six percent lower risk of death from any cause than the latter group did.

In other words, protein does seem to be healthy in very general terms.

However, those who consumed the most animal protein were no less likely to die of cardiovascular disease or cancer than those were who consumed the least of it, showing that the major health benefits do not come from animal protein.

Plant protein, on the other hand, reduced the participant’s likelihood of cardiovascular disease death, with those who consumed the most plant protein enjoying an approximately 12 percent lower risk than those who consumed the least of it did.

Plant protein also reduced participant’s death from any cause by approximately 8 percent.

Study 2:

The JAMA Internal Medicine study used data from 416,104 people collected by the US National Institutes of Health-AARP Diet and Health Study from 1995 to 2011.

They found that replacing three percent of energy from animal protein with plant protein reduced the risk of death from any cause by 10 percent in both men and women.

Doing the same reduced cardiovascular disease death by 11 percent in men and 12 percent in women.

They found that dairy protein did not differ from plant protein in health benefits. It was mostly when plant protein replaced eggs and red meat that the effect appeared.

Therefore, if you want to consume more plant protein and escape early death from all causes together—and from cardiovascular disease—replace your eggs and red meat with legumes, nuts, seeds, and whole grains.

But you don’t have to follow a strict diet to clear out plaque buildup in your heart and avoid stroke and heart attack. Just cut out the one ingredient explained here…

Clear Out Plaque Buildup in Your Heart and Avoid Stroke and Heart Attack -Why Reducing Bad Cholesterol Doesn’t Help

For decades, it has been the conventional wisdom that we should lower LDL cholesterol, also called bad cholesterol, in order to prevent heart disease and death from heart disease.

And the main method for lowering LDL is using statin drugs.

But an increasing number of scientific studies have questioned this advice in recent years.

A new study, published in the journal BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine, finally puts this issue to rest once and for all—and the results are shocking.

A research team from the University of New Mexico, the Bahiana School of Medicine, and the University of Grenoble noted that millions of people worldwide were now routinely placed on cholesterol-reduction drugs like statins.

They wondered whether new scientific research still supported this approach and decided to review the available scientific literature to find out.

They identified 35 high-quality clinical trials that variously compared people on one of three cholesterol drugs (statins, PCSK9, and ezetimibe) with people who were receiving a placebo (fake drug) or care without drugs. Trials were included only if their subjects were placed on treatments for approximately one year or more.

The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology have set cholesterol-reduction targets for specific groups of people and these researchers divided the trials they surveyed into those who met these AHA/ACC targets and those who did not.

The AHA/ACC guidelines divide all people into two categories, mostly with reference to their LDL cholesterol scores: those at moderate risk and those at high risk of cardiovascular events and death. The former group should reduce their LDL cholesterol by 30 percent while the latter group should try to reduce it by more than 50 percent.

Of the 13 studies that met the target, only one showed that death could be prevented by reducing cholesterol, and only five reported a decline in cardiovascular events like strokes and heart attacks.

Of the 22 studies that failed to meet the AHA/ACC target, only four showed that death could be prevented by reducing cholesterol and only 14 reported a decline in cardiovascular events.

This means that more than 75 percent of all studies reported no reduction in risk of death and almost 50 percent reported no reduction in cardiovascular events from the use of cholesterol-lowering drugs.

As a result, organizations that set cholesterol-lowering targets with reference to your supposed cardiovascular risk factors basically treat many low-risk people with cholesterol-lowering drugs and leave many high-risk people untreated.

This seems to suggest that lowering LDL cholesterol is not a proper way to prevent cardiovascular events and death, even though LDL cholesterol does seem to be involved in the progression of cardiovascular disease.

The authors of this study lament that, notwithstanding the existence of these contradictory research results, medical specialists seem strangely resistant to changing their current theories/practices, unlike in other sciences where theories are changed when such contradictory results emerge.

To find out how you can clear out plaque buildup in your heart and avoid stroke and heart attack, watch this video – These Foods Clean Your Arteries & Can Prevent A Heart Attack

This is no surprise to me. For decades, I’ve been teaching people to completely clear out all plaque buildup in the heart, not by reducing LDL but by cutting out ONE ingredient I explain here…

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

To find out more about this program, go to Clear Out Plaque Buildup in Your Heart and Avoid Stroke and Heart Attack.

How to Unclog Arteries Without Medication and Reduce Cholesterol Fast?


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Unclog Arteries Without Medication and Reduce Cholesterol Fast – Does Exercise Really Prevent Death?

The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, which appeared in the journal JAMA in 2018, proposed one of two ideal programs: either a weekly total of 150 minutes of light to moderate aerobic exercise combined with two strength training sessions, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise combined with two strength training sessions.

But till now, there has been little scientific scrutiny of these specific guidelines.

This is the gap that the new study intended to fill. And the results were quite surprising.

The authors of the new study decided to examine whether adherence to these two exercise schedules was associated with a reduction in death from all causes and death from eight specific causes: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, lower respiratory tract diseases, pneumonia and flu, kidney diseases, and accidents and injuries.

They first consulted the National Health Interview Surveys from 1997 to 2014 in which people reported their weekly aerobic and muscle strengthening activities.

They then compared this data with information obtained from the National Death Index records that stretched across nine years.

Overall, the authors used the information that 479,856 people provided and categorized the results into four groups: insufficient activity, aerobic activity only, muscle strengthening only, and both types of activities according to the 2018 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.

Unsurprisingly, only 16 percent (or 76,384) of the participants met the exercise guidelines, and 59,819 of them died during the study period.

Compared to participants who engaged in insufficient exercise, those who did sufficient muscle strengthening activity had an 11 percent lower risk of all-causes death, and those who performed sufficient aerobic activity had reduced their risk of all-causes death by 29 percent.

Even better, the risk of all-causes death of those who performed both types of activity according to the guidelines managed to reduce their all-causes death risk by 40 percent.

The surprise wasn’t that exercising helps, but rather, it was just how much exercising helps.

But exercising is only one piece of the puzzle. Here are more tips on avoiding the diseases addressed in the study:

Cardiovascular disease…

Type 2 diabetes…

Alzheimer’s disease and other causes of dementia…

Kidney disease…

High blood pressure…

Written by Julissa Clay

Unclog Arteries Without Medication and Reduce Cholesterol Fast – Can Beef Improve Cholesterol Levels?

Medical scientists have been telling us for ages to avoid meat because it contains saturated fat that supposedly increases our cholesterol levels and, subsequently, the risk of clogged arteries, heart attack, and stroke.

A study in the latest edition of the Journal of Nutrition analyzed the effects on cholesterol, blood pressure, and insulin resistance of substituting lean beef for some of the carbohydrates in a healthful American diet.

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recommends that American adults obtain no more than 20 percent of their daily energy from protein; for Americans, daily protein sources are most often animal products.

According to these guidelines, the bulk of Americans’ energy needs should be satisfied with carbohydrates because animal products, which can be rich in saturated fat, may cause high cholesterol and diabetes.

But because lean beef actually contains fairly little saturated fat, a team of researchers decided to establish what would happen if lean beef were added to a relatively healthful American diet in the place of carbohydrates.

Their subjects were 7 men and 26 women with an average age of 44.4 years; all were overweight or obese, with an average body mass index of 31.3 kg/m2. The subjects had all been diagnosed with metabolic syndrome or prediabetes, but those with excessively high cholesterol and blood pressure were excluded.

They split them into two groups:

1. A group who ate the conventional diet recommended by the USDA (the “USDA-CON group”). They obtained 16–18 percent of their daily energy from protein and 52–58 percent from carbohydrates.

2. A group who replaced some of the carbohydrates of the USDA-recommended diet with 150 grams (5.21 ounces) of lean beef (the “USDA-LB group”).

Each group consumed its diet for seven days, after which the subjects were told to resume their normal diets for 14 days. The groups then swapped and ate the other group’s original diet for another seven days.

Before and after each seven-day dietary period, the scientists tested the subjects’ cholesterol, triglycerides (blood fats), blood pressure, insulin resistance, and a marker of inflammation called C-reactive protein.

The two diets did not differ in any of these heart disease and diabetes risk factors, meaning that the substitution of lean beef for carbohydrates makes no difference when it comes to heart disease and diabetes risk for people who are already overweight/obese and prediabetic.

This should be good news for people who love lean meat; this finding basically means that they can eat two servings of it per day. This excludes fat and processed meats like ham, bacon, sausages, and mincemeat.

The study lasted over a short period of one week and didn’t reveal anything about the long-term effects of eating lean meat, but the study did show that cutting out carbohydrates did nothing to improve type 2 diabetes and other health factors.

But there is another ingredient that has nothing to do with protein or carbs but that is piling up cholesterol plaque in your heart—and you don’t even know you’re consuming it. I’ll explain this in detail here…

Unclog Arteries Without Medication and Reduce Cholesterol Fast – The “Heart-Friendly” Vitamin You Should STOP Taking IMMEDIATELY!

We need to talk. There is a vitamin that just about everyone says is great for your cardiovascular health. Even most respected natural health experts agree on the wonders of this vitamin.

But in reality, this vitamin can damage your cardiovascular system—severely—by hardening your blood vessels, for example, along with all the resulting complications.

Most unfortunate of all is that half of all patients over 60 are strongly encouraged to stock up on this vitamin.

The investigation group from Johns Hopkins Medical School looked at data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey from 2001 to 2006, which collected data from 15,000 participants.

None of the survey participants had cardiovascular-related conditions, but rather, all had fairly low amounts of vitamin D.

The results of the survey brought to light an interesting connection between vitamin D levels and CRP, a known marker for cardiovascular inflammation associated with stiffening of blood vessels.

Researchers found that study participants who had what were considered “normal” levels of vitamin D had significantly lower levels of inflammation.

However, the researchers also discovered that any additional increase of vitamin D in blood levels was related to a significantly heightened risk for CRP (a marker of cardiovascular inflammation).

Nevertheless, it is important to understand that vitamin D is crucial to our cardiovascular health, and many studies proved that optimum vitamin D levels reduce the risk of heart disease, lower blood pressure, and even reduce mortality.

However, there can be too much of a good thing, and vitamin D supplements may pose unnecessary health risks to people.

Health care providers should be aware of the potential risks of overloading on vitamin D and recommend the vitamin only when there is an obvious need for it.

Remember that the best source of vitamin D is sunshine. A daily walk outside for at least 20 minutes in the morning will ensure that you have the optimal levels of vitamin D in your system.

And you can never overdose on vitamin D from sunlight; your body will just stop absorbing it.

However, if you are not sure if you lack or have too much of this vitamin, talk to your physician and ask for a blood test to determine your vitamin D levels.

The generally accepted recommended blood levels of vitamin D are 50–70 nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml).

However, if you do need to supplement with vitamin D, at least make sure that you are using vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) and NOT Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol). Vitamin D3 is the same type of vitamin D as produced in our bodies in response to sunshine, while vitamin D2 is a synthetic form of vitamin D that is typically prescribed by doctors.

To find out how to unclog arteries without medication and reduce cholesterol fast, watch this video – How I Reversed 20 years of Arterial Plaque

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Unclog Arteries Without Medication and Reduce Cholesterol Fast – Stop your high cholesterol dead in its tracks by cutting out this one common ingredient you didn’t even know you were consuming…

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

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What is the Best Way to Eliminate All Plaque Buildup in Your Arteries?


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Eliminate All Plaque Buildup in Your Arteries – Does Meat Cause Heart Attacks? Surprise, Surprise…

Studies researching the connection between meat consumption and cardiovascular health have been quite contradictory, which has baffled researchers.

But a new study from the Journal of Hypertension may finally explain this.

Yes, meat can cause stroke and heart attack. But what you do after eating meat may completely reverse the damage.

You see, one of the reasons why human beings have a limited lifespan and why elderly people have greater levels of cardiovascular disease is because our blood vessels naturally age along with the rest of our bodies.

This means that the tissue that constitutes our blood vessels becomes damaged and compromises our bodies’ ability to circulate blood.

Researchers have been trying for some time to figure out what foods accelerate this natural aging so that they can recommend against eating them.

The easiest way to do this is to examine the substances that seem to increase naturally in our bodies as we age and to test their effects on blood vessel tissue.

Researchers can then work out whether these substances are related to any of the foods we eat.

This is exactly what the authors of the new study did. They noticed that previous studies had found that people with high levels of trimethylamine N-oxide (or TMAO) in their blood were twice as likely as those with low levels were to suffer heart attacks, experience strokes, or die prematurely.

They related this finding to age by measuring the TMAO levels in 101 older and 22 young adults, finding that TMAO levels increased as people aged and that blood vessel functioning became significantly worse over time, with far greater blood vessel tissue damage.

They confirmed these results in a study on mice. When they fed TMAO to young mice, their blood vessels looked like those of mice more than twice their age.

In just a few months of adding TMAO to their diets, they aged the blood vessels of 12-month-old mice to resemble those seen in 27-month-old mice. In human years, that is a blood vessel increase from 35 to 79 years old.

So, what is TMAO?

TMAO is a substance produced by your liver from trimethylamine, and trimethylamine is a substance that is produced as a by-product when your gut bacteria process the amino acids L-carnitine and choline, the proteins found in abundance especially in animal products like meat, eggs, and cream.

In other words, the more animal products you eat, the higher the levels of TMAO are in your blood, and the more blood vessel damage you suffer.

But this finding may not be as straightforward as it seems.

When the scientists fed old mice a substance called dimethyl butanol, which occurs in olive and grapeseed oils, red wine, and balsamic vinegar, they managed to reverse much of the blood vessel damage.

This probably shows why red meat is unhealthful for many people but barely affects those who, for example, eat the Mediterranean diet, with its central ingredient of olive oil.

Therefore, so long as you eat a relatively healthful diet and pile on the olive oil and other foods high in dimethyl butanol, a reasonable amount of animal protein may not do much damage to your heart.

But if you already have cholesterol buildup and want to eliminate all plaque buildup in your arteries, you must cut out this ONE ingredient that causes ALL strokes and heart attacks…

And if your blood pressure is too high, discover how three easy exercises will drop it below 120/80—starting today…

Eliminate All Plaque Buildup in Your Arteries – Why HDL Cholesterol Is Sometimes Good…But Sometimes Not

HDL (good cholesterol) has long been viewed as an important lifesaver because it removes LDL (bad cholesterol) from the bloodstream.

But some new studies have indicated that HDL does nothing to prevent stroke and heart attack.

Scientists from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center set out to investigate this dilemma.

And in a new study, published in the journal Circulation, they reveal that one letter makes all the difference.

The scientists tested two different measures of HDL cholesterol.

They obtained the data they analyzed from four large studies: the Dallas Heart Study, the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study, the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis, and the Prevention of REnal and Vascular ENdstage Disease Intervention Trial.

Altogether, they used the data of 15,784 subjects who they tracked between 8 and 12 years to determine the subjects’ health outcomes.

The two different ways of testing HDL cholesterol yielded different results.

The most common way to test HDL is to measure the amount of HDL in our blood. This measurement is called HDL-C.

Another test is called HDL-P. This counts the number of HDL particles that circulate through our blood.

Because each particle contains different amounts of HDL cholesterol, these tests often result in different HDL concentrations.

For example, if you have twice as many HDL particles as I have, but each of my HDL particles contains twice as much HDL cholesterol as yours do, your HDL-P is higher, but our HDL-C scores are the same.

This study showed that HDL-P scores were more important for heart health than the commonly used HDL-C scores were.

Compared with the people with the lowest HDL-P scores, those with the highest scores were 37 percent less likely to suffer a heart attack and 34 percent less likely to suffer a stroke.

But there is a third type of cholesterol much more dangerous than the LDL cholesterol. And HDL cannot get rid of this one. The only way to tackle this third type of cholesterol is to cut out ONE ingredient in order to eliminate all plaque buildup in your arteries, explained here…

Eliminate All Plaque Buildup in Your Arteries – How Bad Cholesterol Can Be Heart-Healthy

To date, research into omega-3 fatty acids and heart disease has been a bit confusing. In general, studies seem to show that these fats can reduce our risk of heart disease, but they simultaneously appear to show that omega-3 fats raise LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, usually called bad cholesterol.

LDL cholesterol is called bad cholesterol because it is the type that clogs our arteries and causes atherosclerosis.

So how can more LDL be good?

The answer lies in a new study published in the latest Journal of the American Heart Association.

In response to this paradox, researchers from the Universitat Rovira i Virgili and Harvard Medical School hypothesized that the answer lies in the type of LDL cholesterol that is increased by omega-3 fats.

They collected the data of 26,034 people from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Women’s Health Study. This included their eating habits, their consumption of fish and other sources of omega-3, their medication use, their physical activity levels, their smoking status, and a whole range of other information.

Most importantly, it included the results of nuclear magnetic resonance scans on the participant’s blood that could characterize the components of their blood in detail.

They divided omega-3 intake into total omega-3, fish, and the omega-3 subtypes called eicosapentaenoic, docosahexaenoic, and alpha-linolenic acids.

Alpha-linolenic acids appear in plants like flaxseed, walnuts, and chia. The other two are obtained from fish and, if you are vegetarian, from edible algae.

Those who consumed the most fish and total omega-3 had significantly lower triglycerides (fats in the blood) and higher large VLDL (very-low-density lipoprotein) particles.

Those who consumed the most eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids in the form of fish had the highest total and LDL cholesterol, but their cholesterol particles were larger than those who consumed the least of these fatty acids.

Total omega-3 intake as well as docosahexaenoic acid and alpha-linolenic acid also increased the participant’s HDL cholesterol (high-density lipoprotein; so-called “good cholesterol”) and the size of their HDL particles.

These are important findings since they again confirm that it is not our cholesterol levels, but rather the exact character of our cholesterol particles, that matter when it comes to the origins of heart disease.

To be more precise, it is small cholesterol particles that cause atherosclerosis, not large ones, and since omega-3 fats promote large particles at the expense of small ones, it is a good prevention tool against atherosclerosis.

For more tips to eliminate all plaque buildup in your arteries, watch these 2 videos –

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So finally, the traditional medical system is getting closer to the truth. But the fact is, to eliminate all plaque buildup in your arteries, you only need to cut out one food item as explained here…

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

To find out more about this program, go to Eliminate All Plaque Buildup in Your Arteries.

What is the Best Way to Clear Out Cholesterol Plaque from Your Arteries?


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Clear Out Cholesterol Plaque from Your Arteries – How Stress Causes Heart Attack (It’s Not What You Think)

Most of us understand in some vague way that stress causes or contributes to heart disease and stroke.

In some cases, it obviously contributes, such as when people respond to stress by drinking, smoking, or eating excessively.

But even people who respond relatively well to stress with no maladaptive behaviors have a higher risk of stroke and heart disease.

In a recent publication of the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, Spanish scientists examined the medical records and stress levels of 450 people, finding that chronic stress quadrupled the chance that we may suffer a stroke.

They also found behavioral traits like impatience, extreme ambition, judgmentalness, and aggression doubled it.

Similarly, a large literature review from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology showed the chronic stress at work and marital unhappiness, along with the burdens of caregiving, contributes to myocardial infarction, myocardial ischemia, altered cardiac regulation, and sudden death.

But while scientists understand that stress poses a risk to heart health, they’re yet to discover the mechanism by which stress has these destructive effects.

The Lancet has just published a study by a large group of scientists that identifies such a mechanism based on brain scans.

They gave 293 people a combined PET/CT scan to record the activities in their brains, bone marrow and spleens, and the inflammation in their arteries.

They were then observed for 3.7 years on average to check for whether they had developed cardiovascular disease or suffered a heart attack or stroke.

During this period, 22 of these people suffered a stroke or heart attack or other forms of cardiovascular disease like angina, heart failure, or peripheral arterial disease.

It turned out that those with the highest activity of the amygdala, the part of the brain processing stimuli and emotional responses, were the most likely to suffer from these cardiovascular events.

The amygdala forms and stores associations and memories related to emotional events.

It’s your amygdala that stores your fears and anxieties related to your job, your marriage, and everything else that stresses you.

The researchers speculated that the amygdala stimulates your bone marrow to produce extra white blood cells that then cause inflammation in your arteries.

Inflammation has been, for years, identified as the chief cause of high blood pressure, but it doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Stress is the beginning of that process.

Learn how to control—and even permanently end—the ravages of ANY kind of stress, whether emotional, biological, sensory, or environmental, with these 3 simple exercises proven to drop blood pressure to 120/80 starting today…

And if high cholesterol is the issue and if you want to clear out cholesterol plaque from your arteries, learn how to tackle one “hidden” food item to normalize your cholesterol in 30 days…

Clear Out Cholesterol Plaque from Your Arteries – Cholesterol Myth Busted –New Study

LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol is normally labelled “bad cholesterol” because it is commonly believed to be the type of cholesterol that clogs our arteries, damages our arterial walls, and causes strokes and heart attacks.

HDL (high-density lipoprotein) cholesterol, on the other hand, is called good cholesterol because HDL carries excess cholesterol out of our bloodstreams toward our livers from where it can be prepared for excretion from our bodies.

But a discovery busts this cholesterol myth and reveals the real heart attack killer.

Which is much easier to avoid?

At the 2017 European Atherosclerosis Society meeting, Peter Libby from Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital laid out a convincing argument that high LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol can be completely harmless.

The systemic inflammation in the bodies of diabetics, obese people, arthritis sufferers, and others with extreme inflammation contributed more than LDL.

According to him, without this type of inflammation, LDL cholesterol does no harm.

It’s great that scientists are finally coming to their senses. Because the myth about LDL has been busted over and over again.

In 2009, for example, researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles analyzed the medical statistics of 136,905 heart attack patients from 541 hospitals across the U.S.

LDL scores of 50% of these patients were low–normal, and those of a further 25% were acceptable. Only 25% had a high cholesterol level.

This seems to suggest that something other than LDL is involved in serious heart disease.

Peter Libby, was, however, one step away from the real truth. Yes, inflammation plays a role, but there is one ingredient that turns safe LDL into a deadly killer.

You absolutely must cut out this one ingredient to clear out your arteries and avoid stroke and heart attack. Learn how to do this here to clear out cholesterol plaque from your arteries …

Clear Out Cholesterol Plaque from Your Arteries – Notty Drink Cures Chronic Kidneys and Cardiovascular Diseases

Today I have a treat for you.

You see, oftentimes when talking about healthy living, you get nagged to eat healthy stuff that you don’t really like and breaking more sweat than you’d really want to.

But today is different. Today I’m going to tell you about a drink most of us love, but that many of us hesitate to have too often.

No more hesitation.

Because a new study has proven this drink to be extremely beneficial to both kidneys and overall cardiovascular health.

It’s been repeatedly proven to lower blood pressure and help prevent stroke and heart attack and now to improve chronic kidney disease (CKD).

The research team at the University of Colorado–Denver collected data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination survey for the period from 2003 to 2006.

Of the 5,852 participants analyzed, the prevalence of CKD was significantly lower in those who consumed at least one glass of wine a day compared with non-wine drinkers.

Taking this a step further, among the 1,031 participants who already had CKD, drinking at least one glass of wine a day seemed to protect them from the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

Because kidney diseases and heart diseases share common risk factors, patients with kidney diseases who drink a moderate amount of wine can possibly keep heart diseases at bay.

This research study by no means suggests that non-drinkers suffering from kidney disease should start drinking wine as medicine. And you should limit yourself to 1–2 glasses maximum. Anything more can cause more harm than good.

And again, drinking margaritas or sipping beers HASN’T been shown to have the same health benefits as wine (we get this question a lot).

And just to spoil the fun, other studies have clearly proven that non-alcoholic wine is just as healthy—maybe even better—than regular wine.

To learn how to clear out cholesterol plaque from your arteries, watch this video – 5 Foods That Unclog Arteries Naturally | Foods To Eat For A Healthy Heart | Femina Wellness

If you’re already suffering from chronic kidney disease, drinking wine will not be enough. But you can reverse CKD using the simple lifestyle changes explained here….

And to clear out cholesterol plaque from your arteries, you must cut out this ONE ingredient you didn’t even know you were consuming….

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

To find out more about this program, go to Clear Out Cholesterol Plaque from Your Arteries.

What is the Best Way to Improve Cholesterol and Heart Health?


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Improve Cholesterol and Heart Health – One Coffee Type Prevents Heart Attack—Another Causes It

Studies on coffee consumption and cardiovascular health are very contradictory.

Some studies show extreme benefits of coffee while others show extreme dangers of heart attack and stroke.

So, a team of Norwegian researchers decided to research whether the way we brew our coffee might be what makes a difference.

Indeed, one type of coffee brewing was found to significantly decrease risk of heart attack while another type increased the risk.

From 1985 onwards, the research team recruited a large sample of 508,747 healthy Norwegian adults that was roughly representative of the population regarding age, race, gender, and so on.

They observed these participants for an average of 20 years and were interested to see who would die of cardiovascular disease, stroke and heart attacks.

During this period, the team also asked the subjects about their coffee drinking habits and brewing methods and recorded changes, if any.

During the 20 years of follow-up, 46,341 participants died, including 12,621 from cardiovascular disease.

Of these cardiovascular disease deaths, 6,202 were caused by heart attacks, and 2,894 were caused by strokes.

Compared with those who drank no coffee at all, those who drank filtered coffee were 15 percent less likely to die prematurely of any cause. Men were 12 percent and women were 20 percent less likely to die of cardiovascular disease.

Unfiltered coffee was a different matter, though, and no healthier than abstaining from coffee altogether for younger adults and causing deaths of any cause, deaths of cardiovascular disease, and deaths of heart attacks for those over the age of 60.

So why is filtered coffee healthier for our hearts than unfiltered coffee?

From the available literature, the researchers concluded that the culprits were the chemical substances in the coffee grounds and oils that remained in the coffee if it was unfiltered. These chemicals cause high cholesterol and, thus, cardiovascular disease and early death.

Using the study as a guide for coffee brewing, it means that you should stay away from Turkish coffee, which is yummy but unfiltered. Any other finely ground coffees in which the grains remain unfiltered at the bottom of your cup while you drink the liquid from the top are equally unhealthy.

A French press or any other plunger device that uses a meshed metal screen at the bottom of the plunger is not good enough to qualify as a filtering device either, as it can’t thoroughly filter out the oils from the coffee beans.

The best filters were found to be percolators with paper or fabric filters.

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Improve Cholesterol and Heart Health – This Cholesterol Combats Alzheimer’s

An excess of cholesterol wreaks havoc in our blood vessels, and researchers have now discovered it causes Alzheimer’s disease as well.

Canadian researchers examined the brains of patients who had died of Alzheimer’s disease, finding that Alzheimer’s brains contained significantly more cholesterol than non-Alzheimer’s brains.

But that’s only half the story… They also discovered that Alzheimer’s brains and healthy brains do very different things with cholesterol.

And this may hold the key to finally cure Alzheimer’s.

The Canadian team found that Alzheimer’s brains retained cholesterol while healthy brains metabolized it. This study appeared in the journal Neurobiology of Disease.

A few years later, a different team published a study in Molecular Neurodegeneration in which they actually demonstrated what happened to neurons when they loaded cholesterol into their membranes.

These neurons immediately started resembling and behaving like neurons in Alzheimer’s brains.

Compared to non-Alzheimer’s neurons, Different genes were turned on and off, the transport of proteins in those neurons were blocked, and they secreted a lot more amyloid-beta42, a protein that appears in large amounts in Alzheimer’s brains.

But at present researchers still don’t understand the exact role that cholesterol plays in the development of the disease.

Until exact cause and effect relationships can be proven, it’s best to drop cholesterol to healthy levels.

Unfortunately, traditional cholesterol diets are almost useless to improve cholesterol and heart health. Here is the one ingredient I cut out to clear up my 93% clogged arteries…

The great news about this study for Alzheimer’s is that it proves your brain is lacking one ingredient to function properly. And it’s completely free and available everywhere. Learn how to capture it here…

Improve Cholesterol and Heart Health – The Best Diet to Lower Bad Cholesterol

Hundreds of diets all claim to be the best at weight loss, cardiovascular health, and other health benefits.

But which diet works the best?

A study just published in the journal BMJ has answered this question.

There were many candidates for this short-term gain, but only ONE winner for long-term weight loss and cardiovascular health benefit.

A large multinational team of researchers reviewed 121 studies with about 22,000 participants.

In these studies, the subjects were divided into a group that followed a diet and a group that continued to eat normally. They all compared these groups based on weight and cardiovascular health factors.

In general, the diets were divided into low-fat, low-carbohydrate, and moderate macronutrient diets.

The macronutrient diet contained more vegetables, fruits, and legumes than our current diet as well as less fat and carbohydrates.

The team also looked at various popular diets, like Atkins (keto type), Mediterranean, DASH, and Zone.

Within six months of commencing the diets, all participants showed slight weight reduction and improvement in cardiovascular health.

Regarding weight loss, low-fat and low-carbohydrate diets led to a loss of between four and five kilograms (or 8.8 and 11 pounds) over the six-month period.

Moderate macronutrient diets were less effective.

Low-fat and low-carbohydrate diets were also approximately equally effective at reducing both systolic (5 mmHg) and diastolic (3 mmHg) blood pressure by six months.

Moderate macronutrient diets were less effective here too.

Low-fat and moderate macronutrient diets were the best at reducing bad LDL cholesterol, and low-carbohydrate diets were the best at increasing good HDL cholesterol—but again, only at six months.

Atkins, DASH, and Zone were approximately equally effective at reducing weight, blood pressure, and cholesterol by six months.

By 12 months, however, the picture looked quite different. By then, the cardiovascular effects and weight loss benefits of all these diets but one had disappeared.

Only the Mediterranean diet maintained its positive effects on cardiovascular health by 12 months. The largest of these effects was on cholesterol reduction.

There are three things to learn from this study.

First, our normal diet is so unhealthy that any other diet can have positive effects—in the short term, at least.

Second, if weight loss is your priority, then Atkins, DASH, and Zone are your best bets in the short term. However, if heart health is more important—which it should be—then the Mediterranean diet is the only one that maintains its positive health effects in the long term.

Third, dieting alone is not a terribly effective weight loss tool, which is why it is better to combine it with other positive lifestyle changes, like regular exercise, stress reduction, and adequate sleep.

For more ideas to improve cholesterol and heart health, watch this video –These Foods Clean Your Arteries & Can Prevent A Heart Attack

But if you want your cholesterol under control, you actually only have to cut out this ONE ingredient you didn’t even know you were consuming ….

And to drop your blood pressure below 120/80—starting today—do this simple exercise for 9 minutes ….

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

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What is the Best Way to Cure High Cholesterol Problems Permanently?


 

There’s an unprecedented amount of people taking statins and following dietary advice from the American Heart Association to cure their high cholesterol problems.

But, if they’re following such expert medical advice, why are high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease cases skyrocketing around the world?

A research group from Dublin put a revolutionary theory to a test in a study published in the journal Nutrition & Diabetes – if something isn’t working, do the exact opposite!

It was related to eating more of something that we’ve always been told was bad for us.

And, this so-called “bad” food does wonders for our cholesterol levels.

Most of us grew up with the advice that dairy is unhealthy and we should restrict our intake of milk, butter, cheese, cheese, and cream.

The good news is what you’ve been told isn’t entirely true.

Previously, we were told dairy products contain saturated fat, and saturated fat increases our levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol.

However, a recent study proved otherwise.

Researchers asked 1500 adults to keep food diaries for four days. They also collected their subject’s fasting blood samples and conducted various other tests.

Those who ate more dairy products had the lowest body mass indices, the lowest percentage of body fat, the smallest waist circumference, the smallest waist-to-hip ratio, and the lowest systolic and diastolic blood pressure, which are all signs of good health.

The subjects were split into three groups. They consumed:

1. Butter and cream;
2. Whole milk;
3. Reduced fat milks and yogurt.

If the traditional advice is correct, you would expect the last group to have yielded the healthiest results – however, they had higher total cholesterol and triglyceride (blood fat) levels than the other groups.

Those who drank the most milk, whole or low-fat, had lower circulating levels of some inflammatory markers than their peers, and also had higher insulin sensitivity.

Cure High Cholesterol Problems Permanently – But eating too much of anything isn’t that healthy. To cure your high cholesterol today, you need to cut out this one ingredient that you didn’t even know you were consuming (and it’s not dairy)…

Cure High Cholesterol Problems Permanently – Heart Attack NOT Caused by Cholesterol or Blood Pressure

If you think that high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes and obesity are all dangerous when it comes to cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and strokes, you’re right!

But a new study in the journal Atherosclerosis has published a terrifying discovery, which is far deadlier than the above mentioned.

In fact, it’s almost as dangerous as high blood pressure and smoking combined.

According to the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders depression means experiencing any of the following symptoms on an almost daily basis:

• Depressed mood
• Diminished interest or pleasure
• Significant weight loss or weight gain
Insomnia or hypersomnia
• Physical restlessness or incapacity
Fatigue
• Feelings of worthlessness
• Inappropriate guilt
• Difficulty concentrating
• Suicidal thoughts

Scientists found depression was responsible for 15% of cardiac-related deaths, which was followed by cholesterol and obesity at 8-21%, and diabetes at 5-8%.

In other words, cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity do less damage to your heart than depression!

But reducing stress is easy with these 3 exercises – and they’ll also drop your blood pressure back to normal in 9 minutes…

And to cut the risk of heart attacks and strokes, you need to take control of your high blood pressure, which you can do by cutting out this ONE single ingredient. Learn how here…

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This Common Vitamin Can Cure High Cholesterol Problems Permanently

Do you have high cholesterol?

If so, the chances are your doctor has pushed you into taking a crazy amount of drugs to try and reduce the damage, right?

Well, what your doctor probably didn’t tell you or go into detail about is that these medicines are dangerous and come with a whole host of side effects.

A new study, from The Women’s Health Initiative, has proved doctors wrong – it is possible to treat and even cure high cholesterol naturally without those drugs; and all you have to do is start taking this one common vitamin.

Vitamin D is well known for treating weak bones, but now it has been identified as a way of controlling cholesterol as well.

In the study published in the journal Menopause, researchers focused on a group of 576 women, all of whom were postmenopausal. They were divided into two groups.

One group was administered a daily dose of 400 units of Vitamin D along with 1000 milligrams of calcium while the other group was given a placebo.

At the end of the study, researchers found there was a significant rise in the level of vitamin D in blood serum. This included a corresponding small but significant drop in the ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol and a rise in ‘good’ HDL.

The best way to get your daily requirement of Vitamin D is to go and get some sunlight! 15-30 minutes of daily sunlight is all you need.

To find out how you can cure high cholesterol problems permanently, watch this video – How to Lower High Cholesterol Naturally – Diet and Supplements to Lower Cholesterol Levels

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

To find out more about this program, go to Cure High Cholesterol Problems Permanently, Completely, Quickly and Easily .

What is the Best Way to Avoid High Cholesterol Problems Completely?


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Avoid High Cholesterol Problems Completely – Eggs and High Cholesterol – Myth Buster

Eggs have certainly had their moment in the spotlight.

Decades ago, health experts claimed eggs constituted a healthy breakfast.

Come the noughties, eggs were turned into the villain. The same health experts who’d once recommended consuming more eggs for breakfast started an egg witch hunt claiming eggs were full of unhealthy cholesterol.

Now eggs seem to be back in fashion. So, what’s the truth?

Recent studies, including one from Harvard Medical School, show that one egg per day has no effect on the risk of cardiovascular disease or stroke.

They examined dietary and health information of 37,851 healthy male and 80,082 female adults.

They found no increased risk of heart attacks, strokes, or coronary heart disease in the participants that ate 1-6 eggs per week and those that had one a day; however diabetics were found to be at a slightly higher risk.

So why do eggs have such a bad reputation?

Egg yolks are quite high in cholesterol, which led scientists to believe that they could not possibly be healthy.

But thanks to the other healthy characteristics of eggs, the higher levels of cholesterol in eggs don’t contribute to the cholesterol epidemic amongst healthy people.

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Avoid High Cholesterol Problems Completely – This Popular Drink Causes High Cholesterol

We have known that these drinks are bad for our health for a while. During the last decade medical professionals have hammered home how they increase the risk of diabetes, but that is where the research ends.

Now, The Journal of the American Heart Association has published an even more worrying link related to these popular beverages – they cause unhealthy cholesterol profiles as well.

This is serious business. Especially since having high cholesterol drastically increases other health-related problems, namely strokes and cardiovascular disease.

Sugary drinks are the offenders. These, of course, include sodas, but also other drinks with added sugar like fruit punches and sweetened fruit juices.

Researchers examined the data of 3,146 participants who joined between 1991 and 2014, and 3,584 participants who joined between 2002 and 2011. The first cohort was in their 50s, 60s, and 70s, while the second cohort were in their 40s.

The data included information on cholesterol at enrollment and at subsequent examinations every four years over a 12-year period.

In the older cohort, they discovered that those who drank one or more sugary drinks per day were 98 percent more likely to have low HDL cholesterol and 53 percent more likely to have high triglycerides.

High triglycerides are unhealthy because they are fats in our blood that might become trapped in our blood vessel walls with LDL cholesterol.

Low HDL cholesterol is bad because this type of cholesterol is meant to remove unhealthy LDL-cholesterol to our livers where it is broken down and excreted.

If you have both high triglycerides and low HDL cholesterol, you have a condition called dyslipidemia that causes heart and blood vessel damage over some years, suggesting our attachment to sugary drinks gradually worsens our cholesterol profiles the longer we drink them.

There was no conclusive evidence found with natural fruit juices and diet soda, but the authors suggest drinking water to remain hydrated instead.

Drinking water instead of soda is a good start, but to avoid high cholesterol problems completely, and reverse its effects, you need to cut out this ONE ingredient you didn’t even know you were consuming…

Avoid High Cholesterol Problems Completely – How Dentist and Heart Procedures Kill

You wouldn’t think that a seemingly simple dental procedure could result in an untimely death, but it can.

Previously, doctors strongly advised any patients needing this dental procedure before undergoing cardiac surgery to get it done without hesitation.

But now they’re backtracking, because new evidence published via a press release in Medical News Today states there’s a 10% chance of dying during surgery after visiting the dentist.

The American Heart Association has long stated the importance of removing infected and abscessed teeth before any cardiac surgery, as the risk of infection was high.

They estimated that the risk of dying from having teeth removed prior to surgery was less than 1%, and the risk of not having it done was much higher.

However, the latest research puts the death rate at 8% after the dental treatment but before the heart surgery has taken place.

The key to avoiding this problem altogether is to take care of your oral hygiene and keep heart disease at bay, especially since tooth decay has already been linked to cardiovascular problems.

For more ideas to avoid high cholesterol problems completely, watch this video – 15 Foods to Avoid If You Have High Cholesterol

Avoid High Cholesterol Problems Completely – High cholesterol doesn’t have to be a life or death sentence…you can avoid it completely, and even reverse its effects, by cutting out this one ingredient you didn’t even know you were consuming

And if high blood pressure is causing you problems, you can easily cure it by following this simple 3-step plan that I explain here…

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How to Get Your Cholesterol Levels Under Control in 21 Days or Less?


Get Your Cholesterol Levels Under Control in 21 Days or Less - Fruit is one of the healthiest types of foods we can consume – we know this already. Like vegetables, they are packed with flavonoids and a plethora of health properties. But not all fruits are created equal – some are much healthier than others. And now researchers have discovered one fruit teeming with flavonoids that fights obesity, unhealthy cholesterol, and insulin resistance.
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Get Your Cholesterol Levels Under Control in 21 Days or Less -This One Fruit Wards Off Cardiovascular Disease

Fruit is one of the healthiest types of foods we can consume – we know this already.

Like vegetables, they are packed with flavonoids and a plethora of health properties.

But not all fruits are created equal – some are much healthier than others.

And now researchers have discovered one fruit teeming with flavonoids that  fights obesity, unhealthy cholesterol, and insulin resistance.

Citrus fruit contains a flavonoid called nobiletin. It is especially abundant in sweet oranges and tangerines.

When they occur together, obesity, dyslipidemia, and insulin resistance constitute a condition called the metabolic syndrome. It is a serious risk factor for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

The dyslipidemia component is high LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol because it clogs our blood vessels), low HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol because it removes LDL-cholesterol), and/or high triglycerides that are fats that circulate in our blood streams.

Mice were fed a high-fat high-cholesterol diet to trigger obesity, dyslipidemia, and insulin resistance.

The mice were then given nobiletin to see the effects compared to the group that did not receive it.

The nobiletin-fed mice weighed substantially less than the other group. They also had significantly lower levels of dyslipidemia and insulin resistance.

In those mice that already had a buildup of plaques in their arteries, they noticed that the plaques were getting smaller as a result of the nobiletin.

The scientists thought that it had an effect on AMP Kinase, which is the mechanism that regulates our bodies’ ability to burn fat for energy.

Other research suggests that nobiletin slows down the process of dementia, improves glucose and fat metabolism, reduces insulin resistance, and reduces inflammation and oxidation that damage blood vessels in cardiovascular disease.

Get Your Cholesterol Levels Under Control in 21 Days or LessConsuming more citrus fruit cannot harm you, but this alone is not going to cure cardiovascular disease completely – to do this, you need to cut out this ONE ingredient you probably didn’t even know you were consuming…

And to drop your blood pressure below 120/80 – starting today, do these 3 easy blood pressure exercises…

Get Your Cholesterol Levels Under Control in 21 Days or Less – This Common Oil Stops Stroke and Heart Attack

Oil has had a bad rep. For years we were told to avoid it. But many studies now show that this generalization is misplaced, and some oils are indeed good.

In fact, according to research published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings this particular oil is full of antioxidants and dramatically cuts the risk of heart attacks and strokes by an astonishing 20%.

The hype about Omega-3 fatty acids is real. Oils, such as fish oil and olive oil, which contain omega-3 oil, are very heart healthy.

Researchers wanted to know what effect Omega-3 had on coronary heart disease (CHD), including heart attacks, sudden cardiac deaths, coronary deaths (including strokes), and angina.

They found that Omega-3 oils:

Cut CHD risk by 18% (something no drug can do!).

Lower CHD risk in people with high triglycerides (fats) in their blood by 16% and in people with high LDL (bad) cholesterol by 14%.

Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid, meaning that you have to consume it in your diet, as your body is not capable of manufacturing it from other substances.

Fish, such as salmon, tuna, herring, mackerel, trout, sturgeon, anchovies, and sardines, is a common and easy-to-find source of Omega-3 fatty acid. Three portions of fish a week will give you enough omega-3 to reap the rewards.

Get Your Cholesterol Levels Under Control in 21 Days or Less -Omega-3 might be easy to consume, but there’s more to dropping cholesterol than eating fish. Here is how I got my cholesterol under control and cleared out my 93% clogged arteries – just by cutting out one ingredient.

Get Your Cholesterol Levels Under Control in 21 Days or Less -Your Fingers Indicate Heart Attack Risk Years Before the Event

One of the problems with heart health is that once the problem appears, it takes a great deal of effort to reverse it. Sometimes undergoing surgery or taking dangerous drugs for a sustained period are the only options.

But how about if you could detect heart attack risk 10 – 20 years before any obvious symptoms appear? This would give you plenty of time to make minor, positive changes to prevent the big bang.

A new, completely non-invasive test does just that. You don’t even have to have your blood or urine taken – all you have to do is look at your fingers.

According to Dr. Chris Renna, a physician at Lifespan Medicine,the EndoPat test predicts the risk of having a heart attack and determines the health of blood vessels, which play a big role in healthy cardio functioning.

People use this test as an indicator of their cardio health levels, and whether they are doing enough to remain healthy in their later years.

Those undergoing the EndoPat test are hooked up to sensors that are placed on each of their fingers. After the sensors are in place, blood pressure cuffs are used to stop the blood flow in one hand.

When the cuff is deflated, the manner in which the blood flow recovers is measured by the sensors.

In healthy patients, the blood flow is prevented by the inflation of the cuff, but when it is deflated, the blood flow spikes, before returning to normal. Those that display signs of abnormal heart functioning will only recover to the point that the blood flow was at before the cuff was inflated and when it was stopped – there is no spike.

If a patient’s test is abnormal, it’s likely they will end up experiencing problems with their heart later. The good news is this test allows the chance to take preventative action.

For more ideas to get your cholesterol levels under control in 21 days or less, watch this video – 21 Ways To LOWER CHOLESTEROL Naturally | Lower Cholesterol Fast & Quickly

Find out how I dropped my blood pressure levels to under 120/80 in just under a week…

Is your cholesterol level too high? Check out this drug-free step-by-step strategy that will get your cholesterol levels under control in 21 days or less.

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

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What is the Best Way to Naturally Normalize Your Cholesterol Levels in Less Than 21 Days?


Naturally Normalize Your Cholesterol Levels in Less than 21 Days - There is a one single, very common vitamin that is known to reduce the risk of developing stroke by a whopping 19%, according to a study conducted by the American Academy of Neurology. But despite its abundance, we’re surprisingly deficient in it. Read on to find out more.
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Naturally Normalize Your Cholesterol Levels in Less Than 21 Days – This Common Vitamin Cuts Stroke Risk by A Fifth

Stroke is a complicated neurological disorder that is difficult to diagnose and even trickier to treat and cure completely.

Yet, there is a one single, very common vitamin that is known to reduce the risk of developing stroke by a whopping 19%, according to a study conducted by the American Academy of Neurology.

But despite its abundance, we’re surprisingly deficient in it.

Yes, vitamin C has been known to play a role in controlling the incidence of stroke.

The study found those who’ve never had a stroke are more likely to have normal levels of vitamin C compared to those who have had one or more strokes. The latter group has very low or depleted levels of vitamin C.

Usually obesity, high blood pressure and alcohol consumption are considered to be the major risk factors associated with strokes. But this study shows that a deficiency in vitamin C also plays a role.

The study involved 65 healthy individuals and 65 who had previously suffered from a hemorrhagic stroke. Out of the 130 people, about 45 percent had normal levels of vitamin C and 45 percent had very low levels. Individuals who had higher levels of vitamin C had never experienced a stroke.

The researchers found that consuming the daily requirement of vitamin C reduces the risk of strokes, particularly hemorrhagic strokes.

Research published in British Medical Journal in 1995 states women who have higher amounts of vitamin C and flavonoids in their body are 19 percent less likely to develop strokes.

The daily requirement of this vitamin for men is 90 mg per day while it is 75 for women.

Keeping your blood pressure at healthy levels is essential for reducing the risk of strokes. Learn 3 simple exercises to drop blood pressure and see the difference today

Or, if high cholesterol is your focus, follow this simple step-by-step strategy to naturally normalize your cholesterol levels in less than 21 days

Naturally Normalize Your Cholesterol Levels in Less Than 21 Days – This Grain Cures Cholesterol (better than statins)

Ever wondered what the name of the disease is when your blood vessels get completely clogged with cholesterol?

Atherosclerosis!

This occurs when immune cells and cholesterol become embedded in vessel walls and inflamed.

The vessels narrow, reducing the amount of blood that flows through them. This eventually leads to heart disease, and quite often an untimely death.

As scary as it sounds, there may be hope – a new study published in The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry has discovered a healthy grain that fights bad cholesterol.

In fact, it was equally effective as statins, but without the nasty side effects.

Previous studies have found that whole grain millet slows down the movement of colon cancer cells, which led researchers to wonder whether it could work for atherosclerosis.

The protein is called foxtail millet bran peroxidase (FMBP).

Researchers applied FMBP to a mixture of human aortic smooth muscle cells, immune cells, and fats in the laboratory; these are the cells that cause inflammation in your blood vessel walls and clogging.

Both the smooth muscle cells and immune cells absorbed fewer of the fats when treated with the FMBP. They also identified two key atherosclerosis-causing proteins in the immune cells that were blocked, suggesting FMBP reduces the risk of atherosclerosis.

Mice, which were genetically predisposed to atherosclerosis, were fed a high-fat diet. They were then treated with either statins or FMBP. Some were left untreated.

When they compared the three groups, the untreated mice had atherosclerosis, while those on statins and FMBP exhibited approximately the same reduction in plaque.

It is important you buy foxtail millet as a whole grain. The fine millet flour used to bake bread is refined, meaning that it has been milled and sieved to remove the key ingredient – bran. To get more millet in your diet as a whole grain, consume it as a breakfast cereal.

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Naturally Normalize Your Cholesterol Levels in Less Than 21 Days – Meat Causes Cardiovascular Disease, But Not for The Reasons You Think

The idea of a daily meat consumption allowance for good heart health is nothing new – such studies span across all corners of the world, and have done so for many years.

It’s long been thought that meat and fatty animal products can cause heart disease, but a recent study from researchers at Penn State, which was published in the journal EClinicalMedicine, suggests that the above two things aren’t the real reasons why meat causes cardiovascular disease.

The researchers based their own study on previous findings – that people who consumed diets low in sulfur amino acids lived longer.

Sulfur amino acids appear in almost all proteins. Because of information based on previous studies, the National Academy of Medicine recommends not exceeding a daily intake of 15 mg of sulfur amino acids per kg of body weight.

Researchers analyzed the data of 11,576 people, which included information about their dietary habits and details of their blood sample analyses.

They were interested in insulin, glucose, glycated hemoglobin, cholesterol, other blood fats, C-reactive protein, uric acid, and blood urea nitrogen. They then compiled a cardiometabolic disease risk score for each participant and compared people who consumed high sulfur amino acid diets to those who consumed low ones.

They found that the ones who had a higher sulfur amino acid intake had the highest risk of developing heart disease and diabetes. They also discovered that the average sulfur amino acid consumption in the US was over twice the recommended daily dose.

So what contains so much of this stuff?

Basically all protein-rich foods – any meat, dairy, eggs, nuts, seeds, and legumes.

Scientists noticed that the participants who ate the most grains, fruit, and vegetables had lower heart disease risks, suggesting that you should simply adjust the balance between them and protein-rich foods.

Finding a healthy balance in food is a good idea, but it’s not enough to naturally normalize your cholesterol levels in less than 21 days – to prevent or even cure cardiovascular disease starting today, you need to cut out this one ingredient you probably didn’t even know you were consuming

For more ideas to naturally normalize your cholesterol levels in less than 21 days, watch this video – How to Lower Cholesterol Naturally in 4 Steps | Dr. Josh Axe

 

 

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How to normalize my cholesterol and unblock my arteries?


Normalize my cholesterol and unblock my arteries - Green vegetables have always been the underdogs when it comes to vegetable consumption, and they’re typically pushed to the side of the plate, but there’s a new green in town that is gaining popularity. Scientists from the Department of Nutrition and Food Science at the University of Maryland recently published a study showing how powerful these tasty greens are – especially for your cholesterol level – and the best time to eat them.
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Normalize my cholesterol and unblock my arteries – The Surprising Greens That Lower Bad Cholesterol

Green vegetables have always been the underdogs when it comes to vegetable consumption, and they’re typically pushed to the side of the plate, but there’s a new green in town that is gaining popularity.

Scientists from the Department of Nutrition and Food Science at the University of Maryland recently published a study showing how powerful these tasty greens are – especially for your cholesterol level – and the best time to eat them.

Microgreens are green vegetables or herbs that are harvested just a week or two after they start growing, making them even smaller than baby greens.

Scientists have found microgreens to be a whopping five times higher in vitamins and carotenoids than their more mature versions.

After eight weeks on a diet of microgreens, the scientists observed microgreen-eating rats gained less weight on high-fat diets than their non-microgreen counterparts.

In addition, their LDL (bad) cholesterol levels in their livers were lower and there were also fewer inflammatory cytokines.

If you want to harvest them at home, start with red cabbage, and harvest when they have only one stem, one or more cotyledon leaves, and just one or two pairs of real leaves.

Not into farming? That’s okay. I’m not either and I STILL managed to normalize my cholesterol and unblock my arteries. All you have to do is cut out this one ingredient you didn’t know you were consuming to start seeing results in 21 days or less…

Normalize my cholesterol and unblock my arteries – 4 Heart Attack Indicators – You Didn’t Know About

Many people consider having a heart attack as easy to spot – pain in the chest, left arm and jaw, and all the sweaty drama that goes with it – it’s the stuff TV medical dramas are made of…

…but the reality is heart attacks are much more subtle!

It is estimated that as many as 1 in 4 heart attacks are considered “silent,” meaning they appear out of the blue, with no clear warning signs preceding the event.

Heart disease causes more deaths than cancer each year, but researchers have pinpointed 4 more “warning” signs a heart attack could be pending, which you need to be aware of, even if you don’t smoke and lead a healthy life.

– Dull, coming-and-going pain – It’s not just the sudden sharp pains you should be worried about. ANY discomfort in the upper body and extremities can be cause for concern.

– Nausea and vomiting – if you are going about your day, feeling generally well and suddenly start vomiting, it’s time to pay heed. Note how many times this occurs and contact your doctor.

– Sweating – (when you normally don’t). People usually sweat when they vomit or experience pain. But if you have pain, nausea, and sweating all lumped together, get to the doctor immediately.

– Shortness of breath – If you haven’t been working out, or sitting down doesn’t bring any relief, go to the ER. If it hurts to inhale or exhale, or you feel as if you are breathing through a straw, it’s time to get help.

Many times, a general feeling of malaise or lethargy can happen for days or even weeks leading up to a heart attack, so if you have been feeling under the weather and these other symptoms start to appear, seek medical help.

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Normalize my cholesterol and unblock my arteries – Previous Cholesterol Dietary Recommendations Debunked

In the past, doctors used to warn us against certain foods. High cholesterol foods like eggs and red meat were considered a no-no, which did cause some angst amongst meat lovers.

But there’s some good news.

The American Heart Foundation has just reported in the journal Circulation that these foods may not be bad for our hearts after all.

But there is a little twist to this still.

Previously, governments and health organizations recommended a daily cholesterol intake of no more than 300 mg, but it seems that cholesterol ain’t that bad after all.

It’s important to note that there are some dietary factors that affect dietary cholesterol.

Fiber, for example, lessens the risk of heart disease amongst people who consume a lot of cholesterol. Another example showed that foods that were high in cholesterol were also typically high in saturated fat – think whole-fat milk and red meat, meaning that studies that previously found dietary cholesterol to be harmful, can’t totally point the finger at cholesterol. Finally, it was found that cholesterol wasn’t so much of a problem if you consumed a reasonable number of calories a day – it was overeating that caused the problems.

Eggs are another example. They contain a quarter of our dietary cholesterol in the US, so why don’t egg eaters have an increased risk of coronary heart disease or have more strokes?

This goes to show that the old daily recommended cholesterol intake of 300mg can be binned.

Instead, the authors recommend following healthy diets like the Mediterranean diet, as these tend to contain healthy grains and fiber that can keep cholesterol in check.

For more ideas to normalize my cholesterol and unblock my arteries, watch this video – A CUP A DAY…CLEAR CLOGGED ARTERIES AND HEART – Dr Alan Mandell, DC

Following a healthy diet is a must to achieve optimum health, which can help to normalize my cholesterol and unblock my arteries, but to drop your cholesterol levels to normal, starting today, you need to cut out this one ingredient you probably had no idea you were consuming…

This post is from the Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy Program. It was created by Scott Davis. Because he once suffered from high cholesterol, so much so that he even had a severe heart attack. This is what essentially led him to finding healthier alternatives to conventional medication. Oxidized Cholesterol Strategy is a unique online program that provides you with all the information you need to regain control of your cholesterol levels and health, as a whole.

To find out more about this program, go to Normalize My Cholesterol and Unblock My  Arteries.