Written by popular Natural News writer Vicki Batts, this book includes everything you need to know about preventing heart disease, reversing hypertension, and nurturing your cardiac health without medication. Lifestyle and diet changes can practically eradicate all your risk factors for heart disease--without the prescription medications, doctors are so happy to prescribe at the onset of heart health problems.


Learn the secrets about heart health that big pharma doesn't want you to know, and find out how to put each step into action to make a plan that works for your life. 

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Nutrition Plays a Huge Role In Protecting Your Heart

Every food you eat either has a negative or a positive effect on your health, some far more dramatic than others. An inadequate diet is one of the biggest risk factors of cardiac disease, but diets high in antioxidants have the opposite effect, significantly lowering your risk for heart problems. 

Heart Problems

Are Preventable

It's not all about genetics. The vast majority of heart problems stem from issues that could be prevented simply--with activity, movement, smart lifestyle choices, and the right nutrition.

DID YOU KNOW?

Studies have proven that 

modifying your diet and lifestyle can prevent the onset of cardiovascular disease.

By taking action now, you can help reduce or eliminate your risk factors, nurture your cardiac health and your body's natural cellular regeneration, and dramatically reduce your risk of heart problems. It's never too late to take action. Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease and Cardio Related Events will show you how, step-by-step. 

Lifestyle modifications can actually treat and reverse cardiovascular disease and other heart issues after they have developed.

Inactive adults are more likely to 

die early, suffer from strokes or heart attacks, and be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and some types of cancer.

STATINS

AREN'T THE ANSWER

Statins are some of the most overprescribed drugs on the market. Their goal is to reduce cholesterol and lower your risk of heart attack, but a slew of negative side effects 

(some of them life-threatening) can cause far more problems than they solve. 

Statins weaken the immune system, making it harder for your body to fight off bacterial infections.

Statins are linked to muscle and neurological problems, including a higher instance of diagnosis with ALS and Parkinson's disease. 

Statins increase your 

risk of prostate and 

breast cancer. 

Statins are known 

to cause liver damage.

Statins speed the 

aging process and can stunt your sex drive. 

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Most drugs--statins included--just aren't as safe or effective as the pharmaceutical industry would like us to believe. While surgery and prescription drugs often seem like a quick and easy solution to a serious problem, the only real long-term solution isn't quick or easy; it's a series of lifestyle changes that need to be implemented every day. But those lifestyle changes can literally save your life. 

The right nutrition can reverse hypertension (high blood pressure), one of the leading risk factors for heart attack and stroke. It helps prevent damaging oxidation in the body, allows your cells to function as they should, and gives your muscles and nervous system the fuel it needs to thrive. And you'll find out how to give your body exactly the fuel it needs in Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease and Cardio Related Events

  • Fact: Only 13% of American adults consume enough fruit each day.
  • Fact: Only 9% of adults get the recommended amount of vegetables.
  • Fact: People who consume 8 or more servings of fruit and vegetables each day are 30% less likely to have a heart attack or stroke. 

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