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Heart disease is a collective term used to reference the numerous ailments concerning the heart. Every 34 seconds someone dies from coronary heart disease in the United States.(1) There are over fifty kinds of heart disease, with coronary artery disease (CAD) being the most common.(2) Some individuals are born with heart disease, a congenital form. Other kinds develop throughout an individual's lifetime.  

Heart Disease Symptoms

An obstruction of the arterial walls prevents blood from being transported to the heart efficiently. Major symptoms include pain or discomfort in the chest, a pounding heart, dizziness or lightheadedness, syncope or brief loss of consciousness, low energy or lethargy and difficulty breathing. These signs can be warnings that NEED to be addressed IMMEDIATELY!(3) , (4)

 

Cardiologist Explains The Science Behind Heart Disease And Recommends Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules

Nopal Powder Capsules Nopal Cactus (Prickly Pear) Doctor Robert McDougall

Hello, my name is Robert McDougall, M.D. I am a cardiac surgeon and have been involved in medicine for over 50 years, specifically, heart-related conditions.

Let me begin by giving you an overview of heart disease and conventional treatments. Manifestations of pain, pressure, choking, squeezing and numbness are typical words used to describe chest discomfort.

Heart palpitations are considered to be "skips" in the heart rhythm or a quick and/or irregular heart rate.

 

The majority of people who experience palpitations have some type of cardiac arrhythmia. Lightheadedness or dizziness can have a lot of causative factors and since so many different problems can generate these manifestations an overall check up or a consultation with a medical professional might help establish the primary factor. Syncope is an unexpected and momentary loss of consciousness. The factors that cause syncope can be classified into four major kinds: cardiac, vasomotor, cardiac syncope and neurologic.(5) Of those, cardiac syncope is the only one that is fatal.(6) Exhaustion, lethargy or daytime sleepiness (somnolence) are also very common symptoms of heart issues. Breathlessness is also a sign of cardiovascular or respiratory problems. Shortness of breath could be a result of heart failure and coronary artery ailments. Again, these manifestations MUST be assessed by a medical professional.

Heart disease treatment falls into three major categories: lifestyle changes, surgical procedures, and/or medications. The most typically used medications are statins, calcium channel blockers, beta-blockers, angiotensin-converting enzyme (ace) inhibitors, angiotensin-2 (at-2) receptor antagonists and diuretics.

Beta-blockers lower the amount of blood pumped by the heart, therefore decreasing the blood pressure.(7) Beta-blockers may likewise lessen the probability of having another cardiac arrest in patients who have previously had one. Calcium channel blockers are utilized to lower the blood pressure level by relaxing the blood vessels.(8) In contrast, diuretics increase the frequency of urination that gets rid of extra fluids and sodium, thus, reducing blood pressure. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors expand blood vessels to reduce resistance.(9) This will make it possible for the blood to circulate easier, lowering the heart’s workload. Statins help in lowering bad cholesterol levels (low-density lipoprotein levels) and inhibits cholesterol from forming in the blood.(10)

When it comes to surgical treatments for heart disease, the most common procedures are left ventricular assist devices, cardioverter defibrillators, implantation of a pacemaker, heart valve surgery or bypass graft surgery.(11)  If necessary, a heart transplant may also be performed. Less invasive procedures are likewise implemented. For example, valvuloplasty, enhanced external counterpulsation, balloon angioplasty, and cardioversion.

Before leaving the public sector and going into private practice, I was a Cardiac Surgeon who enjoyed the rewards and incentives offered to me by the pharmaceutical companies. However, I soon came to realize they were only interested in making money on the prescriptions that masked the symptoms rather than addressing the root causes. Pharmaceutical Companies are vested in keeping you in the dark about natural alternatives for healing your body. They are not in the health industry to find cures, they are in the business of manufacturing synthetic medications for profit. Once you understand their agenda, you’ll realize it’s better to educate yourself and become your own best health advocate. Today, Nopal cactus (Prickly Pear) is gaining interest among cardiac patients and for a very good reason. Nopal cactus (Prickly Pear) is able to provide a great number of benefits for the heart and for the overall cardiovascular system. With its extremely high level of antioxidants, I recommend Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear).

 

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Heart disease is a multi-faceted health condition with dire consequences. When it gets out of hand, there is not a single medication that can efficiently deal with its various complications. This is why nearly all individuals who have heart conditions are using multiple medication treatments in order to manage their symptoms. The challenge with this method is that most of these medications have side effects and may even counteract the effects of medications taken for unrelated issues.  

Doctors are offered great incentives to promote Big Pharma’s prescription medications that address your symptoms, not the root cause of your condition. This keeps you on the “hamster wheel” ordering refill after refill. Worse, the ‘fillers’ in these synthetic medications may be further contributing to your "dis-ease"! EVERY man-made, synthetic medication on the planet is sourced from the natural nutrients already provided by Mother Nature. Hippocrates (Greek physician who lived 460 to 377 BC) wrote that willow leaves and bark relieved pain and fevers. Salicylic Acid, the key ingredient, can also be found in a shrub called Spirea - this became the base for what we now call ‘aspirin’. Mother Nature’s beneficial nutrients cannot be patented. However, once the properties are harnessed by the pharmaceutical scientists, they will chemically alter them and patent the formula resulting in obscene profits for their companies! GUESS WHO FOOTS THAT BILL? YOU - the consumer!

Specific Benefits of Our Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear)

The fiber found in Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) acts to absorb and excrete cholesterol in the digestive system. The amino acids, fiber and B3 (niacin) found in Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) may prevent excess sugar to fat conversions while possibly reducing triglycerides and LDL cholesterol levels by metabolizing fat and fatty acids and eliminating excess bile acids that would eventually convert into cholesterol. The B3 (niacin) in Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) acts to help in the conversion of LDL (bad) cholesterol to HDL (good) cholesterol. Additionally, the amino acids and fiber, together with the anti-oxidant effect of the vitamin C, vitamin A and selenium found in Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) aid in helping prevent damage to the blood vessel walls and may help stop the formation of fatty plaques in the arteries (Atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis). Previous research has led to a widely held belief that vitamin E may help in delaying coronary heart disease by limiting the oxidation of LDL-cholesterol. Vitamin E, like that found in our Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear), might also help in preventing the formation of blood clots, which could lead to a heart attack.

Lifestyle adjustments are an essential part of the treatment regimen and are also an important preventive measure. Individuals that have heart disease should engage in physical activities, give up smoking and alcohol consumption, increase their intake of vegetables, fresh fruits, poultry, fish, low-fat milk and other low-fat dairy products. Affected individuals should lessen stress, keep an eye on their weight, cholesterol, low-density and high-density proteins and their levels of triglycerides. Most importantly, reap the benefits of a healthy heart with Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear).

 

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     Source References

(1) Heart Disease Statistics - The Heart Foundation
(2)  Understanding Coronary Artery Disease - Cleveland Clinic - Cleveland Clinic
(3)  Heart Disease Symptoms - Mayo Clinic

(4)
  11 Possible Heart Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore - WebMD
(5)  Syncope Definition - MedicineNet
(6)  Cardiac Arrhythmias: Syncope Evaluation and Management - US National Library of Medicine
(7)  Beta blockers - Mayo Clinic
(8)  Calcium Channel Blockers - Mayo Clinic
(9)  Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme - Wikipedia
(10) Statins Side Effects: Pain, Inflammation and More - WebMD
(11) Surgical Procedures for Heart Failure - American Heart Association

 

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