Alternatives treatment for symptoms of heart disease including coronary artery disease.

150 years ago symptoms of heart disease was virtually unheard of. Today it is the #1 cause of death in America. It kills nearly 30% of us. In fact, it kills more women than all forms of cancer, chronic lung disease, pneumonia, AIDS, diabetes and accidents combined.

The best way to detect symptoms of heart disease is BEFORE it happens to you or someone in your family.

Here are some facts

  • Raising your cholesterol actually can protect your heart
  • 64% of women who died suddenly from heart attack, were NO previous symptoms!
  • Menopause greatly increases a woman’s risk of heart disease.
  • That people who suffer from depression are 3 - 4 times more likely to die from symptoms of heart disease than individuals who do not.
  • In one year, 407,000 patients had bypass surgery. Around 4% (over 16,000) of these patients died on the table or a few weeks later.
  • That same year, the 400,000 patients who had angioplasty surgery didn’t do much better — another 2 to 4% of these patients also died.
  • The conservative medical establishment’s own Journal of the American Medical Association admits that nearly 50% of all bypass patients shouldn’t have had this deadly surgery.

    In other words, most heart surgeries and resulting deaths because of symptoms of heart disease are unnecessary — and doctors know this!

    When a patient dies while taking powerful drugs, during or shortly after surgery, the doctor is likely to say that he or she would probably have died anyway.

  • That you may be wasting your time struggling to eat less cholesterol.
  • Most people unknowingly sabotage the effectiveness of their essential heart medication!
  • Click here to know what are your chances for developing heart disease in the next 10 years?

    Did you know? that a “tree bark” has been used as a remedy for symptoms of heart disease including coronary artery disease in India for over 2,000 years!

    That ingredient-label “weasel-words” can clue you in to the real artery-clogging risks that food manufacturers don’t want you to know about in so-called healthy foods.

    A few minutes a day of simple stress management can actually reverse heart disease, lower blood pressure, and improve the body’s ability to cope with illness.

    The simplest way I know (other than not smoking) to add 20 years to your life is to reduce your risk of heart attack by eating butter instead of margarine.

    Omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.

    Red wine and something in red wine called Resveratrol might be heart healthy according to Mayo Clinic

    Grapes and Resveratrol Facts and Myths.

    Grapes are one of the foods that serve as a source of resveratrol, especially muscadine grapes. You can find resveratrol in grape vines, grape roots, grape seeds, and grape stalks, but the highest concentration of resveratrol is found in the skin of grapes. The skin of grapes can contain anywhere from 50 to 100 micrograms per gram, which makes it a great source, but not the best source.

    While many experts will say that grapes are one of the best sources to obtain resveratrol from, that is not the case; supplements are actually the best form of resveratrol.

    The reason that grapes and other foods are not the best source of resveratrol is because the amount of resveratrol is going to vary; you will never be able to get a consistent amount from any food source, including grapes.

    You cannot get the proper amount of resveratrol from foods because of the nutrient being damaged by oxygen and light, the damage lowers the concentration in the foods, which makes it even harder to measure.

    People who drink every day a glass of red wine can reduce their symptoms of heart disease or a risk of heart attack significantly (french people are likely to have lesser heart problems). Research studies on the heart-health benefits of red wine have reported mixed results with Resveratrol in red wine

    Resveratrol might be a key ingredient in red wine that helps prevent damage to blood vessels, reduces "bad" cholesterol and prevents blood clots symptoms of heart disease

    Some research shows that Resveratrol could be linked to a reduced risk of inflammation and blood clotting, both of which can lead to heart disease. More research is needed before it's known whether resveratrol was the cause for the reduced risk.

    Benefits of Resveratrol.

    • Lowers the blood sugar level.
    • Increases the metabolic rate.
    • Burns the body fat.
    • Targets more than one type of cancer. Resveratrol is effective against skin, prostate, and pancreatic cancer because it attacks the mitochondria of the cancer cells, which is the energy source for the cancer cells.
    • supports heart health because it improves your blood flow and prevents blockages in your arteries.
    • Improves cardiovascular health.
    • Produces new cells thus works as “Anti-aging supplement”.
    • Age related problems like blood pressure and blood sugar level.

    The resveratrol in red wine comes from the skin of grapes used to make wine. Because red wine is fermented with grape skins longer than is white wine, red wine contains more resveratrol.

    Simply eating grapes, or drinking grape juice, has been suggested as one way to get resveratrol without drinking alcoholor. Some studies have suggested that red and purple grape juices have some of the same heart-healthy benefits of red wine.

    Some companies sell supplements containing Resveratrol. Research into the potential heart-health benefits of resveratrol is continuing.

    Cardiovascular Media Library
    from the American Heart Association click here.....

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