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5 ‘Healthy Heart’ Myths: Busted by Cardiologists!

Heart Disease is the leading killer in the western world. One Australian dies every 12 minutes from it. It’s the most costly disease for our healthcare system costing $1.8 Billion for medications alone in 2012 in Australia . . . and yet it’s largely preventable!

In this free web class, you’ll learn where it all went wrong and part of the problem lies in the fact that modern nutrition policy is based on bad science.

You’ll hear clips and comments from Cardiologists who debunk 5 common nutritional myths related to Heart Disease.

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7 Steps for a Healthier Heart!

 

One Australian dies every 12 minutes from it.

It’s the most costly disease for our healthcare system costing $1.8 Billion for medications alone in 2012. It’s the leading cause of death . . . and yet it’s largely preventable!

It’s Cardiovascular Disease!

Recently I was invited to speak to a group about the topic of ‘Heart Health’ and Cardiovascular Disease. It’s certainly a topic that I’ve had a keen interest in understanding, since I’ve had family members succumb to the effects of poor cardiovascular health.

Cardiovascular Disease is the leading cause of death in Australia, (plus most developed countries) and in addition it is a major cause of disability. According to the National Heart Foundation, CVD is responsible for 11% of direct healthcare expenditure with the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme paying out $1.8 Billion in medications for CVD in 2012 (21% of total benefits that year).

So it’s a very costly disease for the healthcare system and a deadly one at that.

So what can you actively do to stack the odds in your favour?

Well, here are 7 Steps to get you started . . . 

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5 Simple Tips to Reduce 90 Percent of Disease: Cardiologist Speaks Out!

Dr Ross Walker Noted Australian Cardiologist says 90% of the major diseases seen in modern society are related to free radical attack on our body.

A free radical is the by-product of the reaction of many common chemicals and poisons with oxygen. This creates an unstable chemical that travels around the body, ripping out electrons and setting you up for many common diseases that afflict our modern society.

The ingestion of saturated fat, refined sugars, the use of cigarette smoke, exposure to pollution and the numerous day-to-day chemicals either in our foods or applied to our body in some form, not to mention cosmic radiation and other sources of radiation, are potent generators of free radicals.

The only methods available to us to reduce this free radical attack on our bodies are to markedly reduce our exposure to these chemicals and to load ourselves to the eyeballs with antioxidants.  In reducing our exposure to chemicals that generate free radicals, we should not only look at the obvious sources, such as the food we eat and the air we breath, but also the many products we take for granted when we apply them to our body. This includes soaps, deodorants, hair and skin products. We should always be striving to use the more natural products. The second way to neutralise free radicals, however, is the use of antioxidants.

Here’s 5 great sources of Antioxidants according to Dr Ross Walker . . . 

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Natural progesterone

Women worldwide want to feel good, look great, and avoid the common symptoms of pain and discomfort associated with menstruation and menopause. The quest to discover solutions to the myriad of symptoms that plague woman and men is ongoing.

Yet for many decades Dr John Lee personally had a positive impact on millions of women worldwide, with the introduction and education of his revolutionary study into the causes of hormonal imbalance.

He said, “It may sound too good to be true, but it’s merely a case of supplying the body with what it needs to maintain balance. You’ve read about how out of balance our estrogenic environment has become; it’s no wonder women are feeling much better when they use some natural  progesterone in the form of a simple cream.”

There seem to be many benefits from using such a cream. But where does one find it? Read More