The oxidized cholesterol strategy
Every single cell depends on blood to bring it nutrition and oxygen, as well as remove waste.
If organs don’t receive enough oxygen, they under-function. And that’s exactly what happens when plaque builds up in your arteries.
You may feel shortness of breath if your heart’s arteries are clogged, but that’s the smallest part of the story.
This plaque builds up in every artery in your body, affecting every organ. .
. . . leading to all kinds of complications years before you even suffer your first heart attack or stroke.
And if you’ve already been diagnosed as high risk – meaning you have high cholesterol or high blood pressure – you’re almost guaranteed to suffer a heart attack or stroke, if you don’t take drastic measures.
But after learning today how to manage this one ingredient, you’re going to see your doctor’s eyes pop out with astonishment.
Your doctor will not believe that you can bring down the disease and clear out your arteries without drugs.
Lowering your level is not the goal; clearing out your arteries is!
It’s a chemical reaction. Just like iron begins to rust when it comes in contact with oxygen, the LDL becomes damaged in the same way. You could say that oxidized cholesterol is rusted LDL cholesterol.
Just like rust in a car spreads, oxidized cholesterol attacks and drills itself into your arteries (like a tick digging itself under your skin), causing inflammation and other damage.
Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death in the world.
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