Is This ‘Silent’ Killer Lurking Inside Your Body?
Dear Turapür Today Reader,
Did you know that nearly 900,000 Americans develop this cardiovascular problem EVERY YEAR? And nearly 100,000 Americans will DIE from it?
I’m not talking about heart attacks, irregular heartbeat, stroke… or other common cardiovascular diseases.
No, my friend… I’m talking about a deadly cardiovascular disease that hundreds of thousands of Americans don’t even know they have! (maybe even you)
I’m talking about deep vein thrombosis (aka DVT)!
DVT is a blood clot buried inside the deep veins in your leg (it can be in other places, like your arm or pelvis, but it’s usually the leg).
Common symptoms of DVT include pain, swelling, warmth, redness, leg cramps (often starting in the calf), and leg pain that worsens when bending the foot. Many times, a compression stocking or prescription medications are used to mask the symptoms.
But if the blood clot moves from your leg to your lungs, it blocks the vessel that delivers fresh blood. That’s called pulmonary embolism (or PE)—and it can set you up for a lifetime of disability… or sudden DEATH!
But I’m here today to tell you there is GOOD NEWS in the fight against DVT… and it can all be done WITHOUT ugly compression stockings or prescription drugs.
Here’s how to get started…
The majority of cardiovascular diseases can be remedied by some simple tweaks to your diet and overall nutrition.
This Food Could Be Growing Deadly Tumors
Are we literally FEEDING cancer cells by putting this one food on our dinner plates?
This is important. THIS one food could be growing cancer cells.
And here’s where it gets interesting... as soon as we STOP eating it, the opposite happens: cancer cells STARVE to death -- and die out by the thousands.
Skeptical? See the evidence here.
DVT is no different.
For instance, did you know that foods rich in Vitamin E promote “smooth” blood flow and acts as anti-coagulant for the veins? Thus, helping eliminate the risk of deadly blood clots?
Vitamin E rich foods include walnuts, spinach, sunflower seeds, olive oil, bell peppers, kiwis, green leafy vegetables like spinach and mustard greens, fish, liver, eggs and heart-healthy cereals.
And if you don’t mind a little ‘heat’, try a dash of cayenne pepper. Cayenne pepper is known to be a natural blood thinner that helps in treating DVT. The compound capsaicin present in cayenne promotes smooth blood circulation and helps prevent blood clots
So, before you slip on an embarrassing (and ugly) compression stocking, or take yet another prescription, consider adding these nutritious (and healthy) foods to your diet to fend off DVT.
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Department of Research, Turapür Products
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