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These 4 Unique Foods Fight This ‘Silent Heart Killer’ & Can Save Your Life…

By Rob Poulos...

This may be one of the most important articles you ever read…

Because you know, like I do, that living as long as possible with a high quality of life, disease free, is what it is all about.

And by the end of this article, you’ll know how to use these 4 unique substances to help fight against some our worst killers like heart attack and stroke, as well as kidney damage, fatigue, vision problems, nerve damage and more-

-all by simply fixing one vital statistic in your body!

Why your blood pressure is THE ‘silent heart killer’ waiting to strike…

You may have already heard that high blood pressure is a warning sign that can mean disaster for your heart health.  But here’s what you probably don’t know:

High blood pressure can also wreak havoc on your brain, kidneys, and eyes…

…and here’s the scary part:

High blood pressure can quietly damage these vital organs for years before you see any symptoms!  If left unchecked, this silent killer can leave you with a disability, or worse, it can lead to a heart attack or stroke.

That’s because your heart, brain, eyes, and kidneys all depend on blood flow. It supplies them with life-giving nutrients and oxygen.

Healthy arteries are strong and flexible. They’re smooth on the inside. This lets blood flow freely. With high blood pressure, however, it’s a different story…

…the increased pressure can damage the lining of your arteries’ walls. This can lead to atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), heart disease, and stroke.

The constant pressure can also cause a section of the arterial wall to enlarge, causing an aneurysm in the aorta or brain.


High blood pressure is the most common cause of kidney failure. And in the eyes, this arterial damage can cause serious vision problems due to fluid buildup or nerve damage.

Unfortunately, mainstream medicine’s solution to this (like most health problems) is side-effect laden drugs like beta blockers, ACE inhibitors, calcium-channel blockers, and diuretics.

Some of the unpleasant side effects of taking these medications could include:

• Constant fatigue
• Shortness of breath
• Impotence
Chronic dry, hacking cough
• Swollen ankles
Kidney damage

Fortunately, you may not need to rely on side-effect producing medications to protect your heart or even reduce your blood pressure.

Lots of regular folks do it naturally, with inexpensive foods and supplements as shown in the ‘High Blood Pressure Remedy Report’ which can be found here:

How To Cure Your High Blood Pressure Naturally Without Drugs <— Click Here (Report)

Since you care about your health… PLEASE get your blood pressure measured!

Most grocery stores and pharmacies have a station where you can get it checked for free. Otherwise see your doctor.

Now, once you know your scores, take a look at the chart below and see where you fall between the normal and high blood pressure (hypertension) range:

Start using natural remedies like any one of these 4 natural and unique alternatives:

1. Garlic – This tasty herb contains sulfides that help relax your arteries. This lets blood flow more freely. In fact, a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that garlic can relax blood vessel tension by an amazing 72 percent!

2. Hawthorn – This herb has been used for centuries as a heart tonic. Just like garlic, it works to relax the blood vessels. It does this by inhibiting enzymes called angiotensin-converting enzymes. (They are what cause your blood vessels to constrict.)

Prescription drugs like ACE inhibitors work the same way – with far more dangerous side effects. In one clinical trial, hawthorn effectively reduced diastolic blood pressure.

3. CoQ10 – In a study published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers gave CoQ10 to diabetic patients. Not only did their blood sugar improve, so did their blood pressure.

This powerful and amazing antioxidant works by supplying your heart with the critical energy it needs to pump blood throughout your body. Without CoQ10, your heart could literally stop beating.

4. Quercetin – This powerful antioxidant is off most doctors’ radar screens. It’s a “bioflavanoid” that’s found in foods like apples, onions, red grapes, and leafy greens. In one study, researchers gave 22 people with high blood pressure quercetin for four weeks.

At the end of the study, they showed significant improvement. The easiest way to get more quercetin is to eat more fruits and leafy green veggies. Otherwise, you can get a supplement at your local health-food store.

Now these are just 4 ways to fight this silent killer from affecting your happiness and health…

…since you don’t want to leave anything to chance with your health, I know you’re also going to want to grab a copy of this special ‘High Blood Pressure Remedy’ report, where you’ll find even more simple and natural tricks to regulate blood pressure and help fight many of the ailments mentioned above:

How To Cure Your High Blood Pressure Naturally Without Drugs <— Click Here (Report)

I’ve never personally come across a more interesting and comprehensive report about how to naturally:

-Help prevent and reduce high blood pressure
-Protect your heart, kidneys, eyes, and brain
-Wean yourself off costly and potentially harmful drugs
-Help to reduce your risk of heart attack or stroke

Because everyone who cares about their health is also concerned about their heart health, you probably agree that getting a copy of this report in your hands is more than a good idea…

Alright, enjoy the report, take care of yourself, and I’ll be back with more fast fit tips soon…

P.S. Even if you’re blood pressure is in the normal range, it’s more than likely you have or will have a friend or loved one fighting the debilitating effects of high blood pressure…  PLEASE send them this article and give them every chance to fix this life-threatening problem naturally here:

How To Cure Your High Blood Pressure Naturally Without Drugs <— Click Here (Report)

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Rachelle Sims

    Helpful stuff. Blood pressure and hypertension have been interests of mine for a long time, and I think that a solid, holistic approach is overall the most promising. You have to eat healthy, exercise, and regularly watch your blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and then things should be not too hard. We have lots of info on all that on our site, everyone interested is welcome to take a look.

  2. LukeQKMB

    Thanks for the article, it was insightful. I am now going to look into how I could incorporate these foods into my diet. (Obviously the CoQ10 doesn’t look to be readily available??)

    • Barb

      CoQ10 is available as a supplement. I take a low dose; otherwise it makes me a bit jittery. It has increased my energy level nicely.

  3. sidney

    Fantastic information that should be readily available to everyone. Why are doctors not interested?

  4. blood pressure

    Right away I am going to do my breakfast, after having my breakfast coming over again to read additional news.

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