Cardiovascular risk may be skin deep

September 2009 New Health Newsletter

I hope all of you had a very enjoyable Labor Day weekend. Now that the summer is officially over most of us will be settling back into our routine and think more about our health and our diet. The summer months are all about traveling, barbeques and carefree living. Unfortunately those cheeseburgers and French fries are not necessarily the best thing for our health. Although HeartSavior and LipidShield Plus block the absorption of cholesterol from food which minimizes the consequences of eating foods high in cholesterol, it is still good health advice to eat a healthy diet.

Customer Spotlight.

I wanted to share with you some details about a call I received from one of our customers last week. Ken called to share his results from an extremely detailed and comprehensive screening for heart disease called the Berkeley test. The Berkeley test evaluates 17 separate criteria or “values” for risk factors of heart disease. This test is considered to be the most sophisticated test available to determine heart disease risk. It obviously goes well beyond LDL, HDL, and Triglycerides. You have seen us talk and write about the importance of arterial inflammation as a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Inflammation in the arteries is a key item tested for in the Berkeley along with numerous others. Ken shares his experience with us directly below.

Ingredient Combination clinically proven to:
• Lower LDL up to 34%
• Lower VLDL,”Very Bad” Cholesterol up to 71%
• Lower Triglycerides up to 76%
• Improve circulatory health

“My name is Ken and I live in West Palm Beach, FL and this is my experience with HeartSavior.

My LDL or bad cholesterol was considered high at 191 and my overall was 248. I am fortunate that I have such a proactive cardiologist that recommended I take the Berkeley test which is a highly comprehensive and complete profile of heart disease risk.

Unfortunately for me, 11 of the 17 values were seriously negative, meaning I had a very high risk factor for developing heart disease. Since I previously had tried many of the statins including Lipitor, Zocor, Vytorin, Crestor and Zetia, all with very debilitating side effects, I refused to go that route again. I even tried Niaspan which caused severe flushing.

After extensive research on the internet, I discovered HeartSavior. I was skeptical at first but decided to give it a try.

After being on HeartSavior for only 60 days, I took the Berkeley test again. The results were amazing! All my indicators are now in normal ranges. My total cholesterol came down from 248 to 188, my LDL from 191 to 133, my CRP (indicates inflammation) was 4.0 and now is 1.1 (3 is desirable, but 1.0 is the ideal). LP extended range and LP Plasma 2 both dropped by approximately 50%. My fibrinogen dropped from 594 to less than 350.

My cardiologist was stunned and yet thrilled that such a fantastic product exists.” Ken B, West Palm, FL

We thank Ken for sharing his experience with us. If anyone would like to share their experience, please email or call us with their story and we will try to include it in upcoming newsletters. Have a healthy, happy and prosperous September!

“The greatest failing is not that our goal is set too high and we miss it, but that our goal is too low and we reach it.” Author unknown

Gary Stanton, President