Preventing heart disease without drugs

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  1. Dr. T.w. Motchel’s avatar

    I am strongly against the use of statins to reduce cholesterol, It can be done much more safely using magnesium, water, and exercise. I would highly suggest any one worried about this topic to check out this article Magnesium and Walking Will Always be Superior to Lipitor

  2. Cynthia1770’s avatar

    My HFCS google alert picked up your beautifully and intelligently written article. I am on a personal campaign to let everyone I know about the
    treachery of HFCS. Have you delved into this topic in depth? Courtesy
    of the Corn Refiners Assoc., go to
    Pages 29-30 list all the foods and products that contain HFCS. A few
    surprises even for me. lists foods that are HFCS-free.
    Take care.

  3. admin’s avatar

    Dr. T.W.,

    Thanks very much for your comment. I also recommend magnesium as a preventative measure, and I couldn’t agree more about the use of statins to reduce cholesterol. What for, when cholesterol isn’t a risk factor for heart disease in most populations? What for, when statins aren’t effective for 95% of people? What for, when statins have dangerous and even life-threatening side effects and risks?


  4. admin’s avatar

    Hi Cynthia,

    Thanks for your kind words about the article. Yes, I’m well aware of the danger of HFCS and other refined sugars. Thanks for sharing the links! I will write an article on this in the future.


  5. Maya’s avatar

    If you are suffering from high blood pressure I strongly suggest you check out the Zona Plus. It is a device that was discovered by the US Air Force to naturally lower blood pressure and is based on the principles of isometric hand grip therapy. The Harvard Health Letter even reviewed it and said that it works as well as medications. My grandfather used it and lowered his blood pressure by over 50 points. I would also check out their blog where they review many clinically proven was to naturally lower blood pressure.

  6. Chris’s avatar

    Thanks for the info, Maya. I wasn’t aware of this device. I’ll definitely look into it.


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  8. Maggie Pope’s avatar

    Why should you need to use magnesium to reduce cholesterol if cholesterol doesn’t cause heart disease…?

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