HEART DISEASE SPECIAL REPORTS
THIS IS AN EXCERPT FROM THE FULL SPECIAL REPORT
SEE FORM BELOW for FULL REPORT
Side Effects of Common Drugs for Heart Disease vs.
Benefits of Natural Alternatives
Heart disease is still the most common cause of death
in the United States and in many other parts of the world. A variety of drugs are prescribed for people who
have heart disease risk factors such as a family history of heart disease, existing type II diabetes, high
blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as symptoms believed to be caused by ongoing heart disease such
as chest pain.
This report covers the side effects of some of the popular drugs, as well
as the benefits of natural alternatives.
Side Effects of Heart Disease
Even though this is a long list, it is not a complete one. Other drugs are
sometimes prescribed for known heart disease or to reduce the risk of heart attack. This list begins with the
simplest of the drugs, aspirin.
Aspirin is not prescribed, as it
is available without a prescription in the US. It is sometimes recommended for people with a history of heart
attack and for those believed to be at risk. Its primary action is as a blood thinner, to reduce the risk of
- Aspirin is an NSAID, ....
- ACE inhibitors ...
- Beta blockers ...
- Nitrates (nitroglycerin) ...
- Anticoagulants ...
Benefits of Natural
Natural alternatives for reducing the risk of or helping to reverse heart disease
are accompanied by health benefits, rather than side effects and risks. They work in many ways to improve and
support heart health.
One of the major risk factors for heart disease is known to be high homocysteine
levels, yet none of the dangerous drugs mentioned above target homocysteine because the best way to reduce
homocysteine levels is with nutrients, not drugs.
It is a known fact that high homocysteine levels can be reduced with nutrients
that include: ...
FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW FOR THE
FULL SPECIAL HEART DISEASE