Monday, January 15, 2007

Lower Your Cholesterol

Do you have high cholesterol?

I do.

Noone likes to hear the verdict from the doctor that their lipids (blood fats) are high. It is known that high cholesterol increases the risk of heart attacks and cardiovascular disease.

Usually the doctor sends you to the dietician first to get a new, cholesterol-lowering diet plan. If that doesn't work for you (and it is often hard to stick to a very restrictive food plan), the doctor will very often prescribe Statins.

Statins are drugs that reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood. Unforutunately, they do some other things as well.

Here are some of the conditions that have been connected with statins:

brain damage, muscle damage, kidney damage, memory loss, decreased sexual interest or ability, heartburn, diziness, headaches, diarrhea and more.

My medical research on the internet has led me to believe that statins must be avoided at all costs!

I found a product called The 60 Day Prescription Free Cholesterol Cure.
This e-book was written by a health researcher named Frank Mangano, who came up with a natural method of reducing cholesterol because his mother did not want to take prescription drugs. She succeeded in lowering her cholesterol by 40 points using his method alone!!! Mangano spent many, many hours researching the topic and probably knows more about cholesterol than many doctors who just keep writing out those prescriptions.

If you check out the sales page for this 100+ page electronic manual you will see genuine testimonials written by people who bought the book.

What's especially impressive is that there is a 60 day money-back-guarantee.
He actually tells you that if you have not managed to lower your cholesterol to where you want it to be within 8 weeks of purchasing the book he will give a COMPLETE REFUND.

I will admit that I don't totally agree with everything he writes in the book and I also think that he made the book a bit longer than necessary. He could have spaced it differently and had less pages, but all in all it's got good, information. I feel that it's worth a read, though because he explores many diet/supplement/exercise related aspects of cholesterol. Although I am a very well read person when it comes to health, I did learn new information from this book.

If you are interested here is the link:

The 60 Day Prescription Free Cholesterol Cure.

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