February is American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day falls right in the middle of it. Is there some connection there?
Among all the Valentine’s Day cards and boxes of chocolates, a giant piece of information has gone missing – but not here at our little company.
While all the attention today is on high Cholesterol, nothing has been said about Cholesterol’s even more dangerous killing-cousin, “Homocysteine.”
Put down that box of chocolates for a moment and find out about something that is far more dangerous than bad cholesterol – and how we have solved the problem.
Earlier this week we introduced our new “Clean Heart” Blood Pressure formula, possibly one of the greatest gifts to mankind we’ve been associated with for it’s dramatic effect on rapidly lowering high blood pressure. If you missed the announcement, read the article: Spinach’s Super Powers Revealed.
Today, we follow that up with a full briefing on an equally dangerous culprit in the battle against heart disease.
- Have you ever heard of “Homocysteine“?
- Do you know what your level is?
- Has your doctor ever mentioned it? Probably not.
Homocysteine is now recognized by leading, intelligent doctors and researchers as more deadly than high cholesterol. Do yourself a giant favor and next time you’re in for a blood check, make them do a Homocysteine check too, it won’t take a second and could save your life.
When the levels of this substance called Homocysteine in your blood becomes too high, the perfect conditions are created for plaque buildup.
Homocysteine is an amino acid that promotes the growing of smooth muscle cells just below the inner wall of the artery. Multiplying rapidly, these cells create a deadly bulge that protrudes into the artery itself. On the bulge, cholesterol, blood products, and calcium begin to accumulate.
These are the blood traps that lead to problems like impotence, poor memory, heart attacks, strokes, and even death.
And research indicates that you should be just as concerned, if not more so, over your Homocysteine level as you are over your cholesterol levels.