There are several reasons for using a natural sensible approach to managing cholesterol levels. First, medications for lowering cholesterol may cause a variety of adverse effects such as muscle weakness and pain, fatigue, increased risk of diabetes, short-term memory loss & other cognitive deficits, poor digestion, and kidney and liver damage. Secondly, when you think about how to address your elevated cholesterol level, it is important to consider that many studies cast doubt on the cholesterol heart disease theory. In one study of more than 136,000 heart attack patients, 72% had normal or low cholesterol levels. Other studies such as recent one published in British Medical journal showed that people over 60 with the highest cholesterol levels lived longer than those with the lowest cholesterol level. These studies suggest that cholesterol isn’t a strong predictor for cardiovascular disease. However, high levels of cholesterol are the result of an adaptation to various underlying factors that are closely related to cardiovascular disease. These include elevated stress hormone levels, sub-optimal thyroid function, insulin resistance & deficiency of key nutrients.
Over the past 13 years I’ve helped many people normalize cholesterol levels safely naturally by evaluating, understanding & addressing the underlying causes of their elevated cholesterol levels and I can do the same for you. If you are looking to lower your elevated cholesterol level safely & naturally reach out by phone or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Do you have high blood pressure and are looking for safe and natural ways to normalize it? Perhaps you are concerned about the potential adverse effects of commonly used medications, effects such as fatigue, insomnia, and diabetes and kidney damage.
Are you concerned about elevated cholesterol levels and would like to restore yours to healthy levels using natural health care? There are several reasons for using a natural sensible approach to managing cholesterol levels.
Do you have type 2 diabetes and are having difficulty bringing your blood sugar levels to normal, even though you are taking medications and doing your best to follow a healthy diet? Do you feel fatigued and are getting worse, not better?
A heart attack, surgery or bypass surgery can all be very taxing events. Many are fatigues and for some recovery is slow. The cocktails of medications prescribed after such an event can also deplete energy reserves and produce a variety of adverse effects.
I was recently diagnosed with high blood pressure for the first time. With Dr. Klein’s help I lowered my blood pressure within one week.- (MK 64 year old male)
After my bypass surgery I was taking half a dozen heart medications, My blood pressure was still high and I wasn’t feeling well. Eight months into following Dr. Klein’s guidelines, I am on only one medication every other day, my blood pressure is normal and I am feeling a whole lot better.- (EF 71 year old male)
Two years ago I was diagnosed with high cholesterol and inflammation in the blood. I followed Dr. Klein’s diet suggestions and took the supplements he recommended. The next blood test, a few months later, showed normal total cholesterol, normal LDL cholesterol and no inflammation.- (EM 59 year old female)