REVERSE Heart Disease for 10 Cents a Day
Dear Turapür Today Reader,
Heart disease can be one of the toughest illnesses to treat.
And to make things worse, the mainstream wants you to believe it’s nearly impossible to reverse it without taking risky and pricey cholesterol meds.
But this simply isn’t true.
Because according to European researchers, a certain type of fiber can help you REVERSE heart disease.
And believe it or not, this super fiber only costs about a dime a day.
I’m talking about inulin, a powerful prebiotic fiber that encourages the growth of “good” gut bacteria.
And since a balanced gut is the key to good overall health, a team of French and Belgian scientists wanted to see if inulin could directly affect your heart health.
For the study, researchers split mice that were already suffering from heart disease into two groups.
They were both fed unhealthy, Western-style diets — but one group also got inulin supplements.
Next, they tracked damage in endothelial cells, which line the walls of blood vessels. Any damage to these special cells is a clear indication of heart disease.
After the 12-week trial, the scientists found that the inulin had completely REVERSED endothelial damage.
It’s as if this special fiber erased any damage done by the poor diet.
This means the inulin can help negate the effects of poor diet and stop heart disease before it starts!
Of course, this doesn’t give you the green light to gorge on pizza and ice cream.
Instead, it’s a natural way to help keep your heart in peak condition while following a healthy diet.
Experts believe inulin is so effective at stopping heart damage because it increases the number of bacteria in your gut that produce nitric oxide, a powerful chemical that improves blood flow.
Plus, inulin ups the amount of a special gut bug called Akkermansia, which helps fight the negative effects of obesity, like heart disease.
You can get inulin supplements at your local natural health store for about 10 cents a day.
Real heart results without dangerous drugs? Count me in.
Department of Research, Turapür Products