Inflammation is strongly implicated in heart disease.

The top five heart attack risks
and how you can send them packing!

Dear [Firstname],

A heart attack isn't a whole lot of fun...and may arrive on the scene suddenly and without warning.
So what can we do to prevent crippling heart disease and avoid a heart attack? This report will give you some surprising answers.

Part 1 - The Cholesterol Myth

Is lowering cholesterol the answer to keeping heart attacks at bay? The makers of Lipitor, Crestor and their generic cousins spend tens of millions of dollars to convince us that their miracle potions will deliver us from the terrible curse of high cholesterol.

Don't bet your life on it!

Cholesterol lowering drugs have long term side effects that can take a toll on your life. Here are just a few of the side effects that have been uncovered in numerous clinical studies:

  • Muscle pain and weakness, especially in the legs.
  • Liver and pancreas dysfunction.
  • Memory lapses and concentration problems. Don’t think your memory issues are “just old age.
  • Peripheral Neuropathy (nerve damage that causes numbness and weakness in the legs.)
  • Sexual dysfunction. I think you have a good idea what this is.
  • Statin drugs, such as Lipitor, Crestor and their generic counterparts, deplete Co Q10 (Coenzyme Q10).

CoQq0 is an essential heart nutrient that supplies energy to the heart and body. You'll learn more about the benefits of CoQ10 later in this report.

Robert Superko, MD, director of research at the Berkeley Heart Lab lets us in on a secret that most doctors fail to mention, as they are not even aware of it.

World-wide study shows the top heart disease risk factors.

In the world-wide INTERHEART Study of 15,000 heart attack patients the researchers rated the top nine risk factors for heart disease.

The study concluded that high LDL cholesterol was not in the top three.
The greatest risk factor was one that doctors rarely test for.
You will learn more aboaut this cholesterol sub particle test which identifies the artery clogging type of cholesterol and a form of cholesterol that will actually reverse heart disease!

New research reveals the truth about what causes heart disease.

For more than three decades we've had it drummed into our heads that high cholesterol causes heart disease.

New research has knocked these theories into a cocked hat.

Robert Superko lets us in on the little known secret about cholesterol:

"Cholesterol is not the problem we thought it was.
Relying on cholesterol levels as a risk factor or coronary artery disease may not be wise since 80% of coronary patients have the same cholesterol as individuals who do not develop the disease."

The pharmaceutical industry does not look upon this finding as good news. Cholesterol lowering drugs now have total annual sales of more than $14 billion.

And to make matters worse, new guidelines, that were no doubt strongly influenced by the pharmaceutical industry, will double the number of people who supposedly will benefit from statin drugs from 36 million to 72 million!

You may want take notice disclosure that is displayed on the Crestor television commercials. You need to be quick though... it's only on the screen for about 3 seconds.

Here's the disclosure in case you missed it. "Crestor has NOT been shown to prevent heart disease or heart attacks." Not exactly a ringing endorsement.

Here's something for you to think about.

If cholesterol is the villain in the heart disease drama then why do half of all heart attacks happen to people with normal or low cholesterol?
You can have cholesterol below 200, LDLs under 100 and still have dangerous "silent" plaque deposits growing day-by-day inside artery walls.
Later in this report we'll show you how this arterial plaque develops and what you can do to stop and even reverse the damage. Cholesterol is essential for a healthy body and our liver manufactures far more of it than we eat...in fact those who have high cholesterol live longer than their low cholesterol peers. Dr. Mary Enig, a world renowned biochemist and pioneer in researching healthy fats and oils relates some of the little known benefits of cholesterol: "Cholesterol is needed for proper function of serotonin receptors in the brain. Serotonin is involved in the biochemistry of depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety, control of appetite, sleep, memory and mood. "Cholesterol acts as an antioxidant to protect us from free radicals. Free radicals attack the artery walls and contribute to plaque that ends up clogging our arteries." Dr. Enig's research is responsible for the FDA decision of finally recognizing the dangers of trans fats and mandated that the amounts be shown on the label. This 20 year battle finally overcame the strong objections of the food oil industry lobby. It's amazing and somewhat frustrating to me that the mainstream medical community largely ignores the most important controllable risks of having a heart attack or stroke. Tomorrow you will receive part 2: "Inflammation: One of the Most Underrated Risk Factors For Heart Attacks and Strokes" Yours for a vital and healthy heart for life, Gene Heart Health Store

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