The #1 Best Remedy to Prevent Heart Attacks
There’s a lot of research on niacin that goes back decades. A placebo-controlled study called the Coronary Drug Project used niacin to show incredible results.
It’s important to get the type of niacin that gives you a flush—extended-release niacin is best.
The benefits of niacin:
• It can significantly lower cholesterol
• It has potent cardiovascular protection effects
• It’s been found to decrease monocytes and other white blood cells and the inflammation that goes along with them
• It can lower CRP (a predictor of heart attacks, peripheral vascular disease, and stroke)
• Vascular oxidation
• Oxidative LDL
• Vascular inflammation
• Lipid deposits on artery walls
Niacin has the power to slow and reverse arteriosclerosis. It can decrease the mortality risk in people who have cardiovascular disease. It may also prevent endothelial dysfunction and can significantly reduce adhesions in the artery walls. It even increases HDL—known as the “good” cholesterol.
Statins are a common medication for high cholesterol. It’s true that statins block and lower cholesterol. But there is no evidence that statins reduce your risk of heart attacks.
Statins work by blocking the production of cholesterol. The problem is that you need cholesterol to make bile salts. Without bile salts, you can’t absorb important vitamins. You also need cholesterol to make testosterone.
It’s unknown whether statins increase your life or not. But we do know they have a lot of side effects, including:
• Blocking coenzyme Q10 (the heart requires coenzyme Q10)
• Muscle wasting
• Low blood pressure
• Heart failure
• Muscle aches and pain
If you’re concerned about your heart, talk to your doctor about taking niacin.
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This One Trick Prevents Heart Attacks (Top 10 Risks for CAD) 2022
Knowing the top 10 risks for heart attack can help you focus your time, effort, and money on reversing the biggest risk factors for CHD first. What number do you think having high LDL is?
Years of new research (and uncovering and re-crunching old data) are revealing a very clear picture of what leads to heart attacks and what you can do to prevent heart disease.
LIES MY DOCTOR TOLD ME:
High LDL risk Nullified:
CHD Hazard Ratios (JAMA study):
(Print the first study to take to your doctor!)