Should you try to lower cholesterol naturally, or make life simple and take the pill your doctor prescribes and forget it?
That little pill sure seems a whole lot easier than making big changes in diet and exercise, doesn’t it?
Life is so busy! There just don’t seem to be enough hours in the day. Do you have time to spend on changing your life?
Doesn’t taking a pill sound easier?
Do you know that lowering your cholesterol will NOT reduce your risk of dying of a heart attack?
Seriously! If you are concerned about dying because your cholesterol level is too high, you need to know that just getting that number down, is no guarantee that you are safe.
Taking a pill to lower your cholesterol will NOT improve your health!
Cholesterol drugs come with some VERY undesirable side effects!
Side effects of Statin drugs include:
- liver toxicity
- gastrointestinal symptoms
- blurred vision
- muscle inflammation and weakness
Rhabdomyolysis is a condition involving muscle breakdown, and can be FATAL!
One statin drug, Baycol, was voluntarily recalled in August 2001 after being linked to 31 deaths.
Every one of the drugs in this class works in a similar manner and has similar side effects.
New research shows that cholesterol lowering meds cause such significant muscle break down that you are better off to avoid exercise!
Don’t trust heart disease prevention in the form of a pill that will render you unable to exercise without harm!
How can avoiding exercise possibly help you avoid heart disease?
Before you consider taking a harmful drug, check out what Heart Surgeon Dr. Dwight Lundell has to say about the Cholesterol LIE!
LOW Cholesterol Levels Can Be Harmful As Well!
Cholesterol is actually necessary for good health. There are many functions your body has to manage that require cholesterol!
Be aware that LOW cholesterol levels have been linked to:
- mood swings
- poor impulse control
- hostile behavior
CNN ran an article on low cholesterol that reports a strong link between lower-than-average cholesterol and impulsive, aggressive behavior.
The report notes that people taking cholesterol lowering drugs seemed to be dying at an unusually high rate from causes unrelated to cardiovascular disease.
Many seemed to be “smashing their cars into bridges and doing all sorts of impulsive and violent things.”
It might be a good idea to lower cholesterol naturally so that you don’t increase your likelihood of hostile violent behavior!
Risk your emotional health to POSSIBLY avoid heart disease? How is that a good trade off?
How Do You Lower Cholesterol Naturally?
- Eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables everyday.
- Sip water all day long.
- Get 30 minutes of sunlight everyday. (Have your vitamin D level checked, and supplement if necessary.)
- Be active!
- Take a nutritional supplement with a proven track record!
There are many good nutritional supplements on the market today.
Heart Failure Solutions recommends Vemma for its safety and effectiveness.
Click on the link and check out the supplement that is helping folks to get off cholesterol and high blood pressure meds and lower blood sugar without drugs!
Carrie Tucker, RCP
The Life Breath Coach
Heart Failure Solutions
PS– Remember everyday:
- Relax and Release tension
- Exhale Slowly
- Be active in a way that adds joy to your life
Plus pure water ~whole foods~sunshine~and laughter