Plummet Your High Cholesterol Naturally Without Costly Prescriptions Or Suffering Through The Miserable Side Effects Of Statin Drugs - Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules Made From Nopal Cactus (Prickly Pear) May Help
Discover The Cholesterol-Lowering Alternative That Doctor's Don't Want You To Know & Pharmaceutical Companies Desperately Hope You Will Never Learn
|Hello my name is Robert McDougall, M.D. I am a cardiac surgeon and have been involved in the practice of medicine for over 50 years, specifically heart related conditions.|
Cholesterol medications are a big business, a $25 Billion Dollar business in the United States alone. With an advertising budget in the hundreds of millions of dollars, it’s no wonder you can't watch TV without seeing a pill-pushing ad every 10 minutes. Can you imagine if the money we invested actually went into finding a cure versus marketing another pill to mask the symptoms? Let me put this to you another way, the most common cholesterol medications, called statins, actually just make it appear, notice I said "make it appear", they're lowering your cholesterol. According to dozens of published medical reports, statins actually increase your risk of a heart attack. A recent research finding at the University of Pittsburgh concluded that statins impair brain function. In that study, 100% of the study subjects who took Lipitor performed worse at a battery of intelligence tests than those who didn’t take the statin medication. While the trade off of a few brain cells for a healthy heart may be something you would consider, the facts are very clear; statin medications DO NOT actually help your heart and there are other consequences. Academic, scientific and medical journals have clearly documented adversities that include but are not limited to:
Rhabdomyolysis (muscle-destroying condition)
Muscle Weakness And Pain
Decreased Sexual Interest Or Ability
Gas And Belching
Heartburn or Indigestion
Nausea or Vomiting
Finally, as if that was not enough, DEATH
In one year alone 400,000 patients had bypass surgery. 5% (over 20,000) of these patients died on the table or a few weeks later.
In this same year 400,000 patients who had angioplasty surgery didn’t do much better — another 5% (over 20,000) also died.
The conservative medical Journal of the American Medical Association admits that nearly 50% of all bypass patients and resulting deaths are unnecessary — and doctors know this!
Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules Made From Nopal Cactus (Prickly Pear)
May Be Your Answer To Plummet Your High Cholesterol
The two scientific studies below show that Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) dramatically lowers cholesterol. You may be a little skeptical because this study was done using animals but there is no need to be skeptical. All mammals follow a general internal outline. That is to say, on the inside a rat, dog or cat isn't much different than that of a human. The proportions may be different and there may be different enzymes but the basic chemicals of life and HOW THEY INTERACT are the same in all mammals. Cholesterol is required for mammalian life and, in general, acts the same in all mammals. Do you see now why you don't have anything to worry about regarding the validity of these studies?
Nopal cactus also known as prickly pear (Opuntia sp.) pectin alters hepatic cholesterol metabolism without affecting cholesterol absorption in guinea pigs fed a hypercholesterolemic diet.
Fernandez ML, Lin EC, Trejo A, McNamara DJ.
Department of Nutritional Sciences University of Arizona, Tucson 85721
Prickly pear pectin intake decreases plasma LDL concentrations by increasing hepatic apolipoprotein.
B/E receptor expression in guinea pigs fed a hypercholesterolemic diet. To investigate whether prickly pear pectin has an effect on cholesterol absorption and on enzymes responsible for hepatic cholesterol homeostasis, guinea pigs were fed one of three semi purified diets, each containing 15 g lard/100 g diet:
1) the lard-basal diet with no added cholesterol or prickly pear pectin (LB diet);
2) the LB diet with 0.25 g added cholesterol/100 g diet (LC diet); or
3) the LC diet containing 2.5 g prickly pear pectin/100 g diet, added at the expense of cellulose (LC-P diet). Animals fed the LB diet had the lowest plasma LDL and hepatic cholesterol concentrations, followed by animals fed the LC-P diet (P <0.001). Hepatic 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl CoA (HMG-CoA) reductase activity was highest in the group fed the LB diet, with similar values for animals in the other two groups. A positive correlation existed between plasma LDL cholesterol concentration and hepatic acyl CoA: cholesterol acyltransferase activity (r = 0.87, P < 0.001). Cholesterol absorption was not different among the three dietary groups. These results indicate that the decreased plasma and hepatic cholesterol concentrations of animals fed prickly pear pectin are not explained by differences in cholesterol absorption but rather are due to mechanisms that alter hepatic cholesterol homeostasis, resulting in lower plasma LDL concentrations.
Nopal cactus also known as prickly pear (Opuntia sp.) pectin reverses low-density lipoprotein receptor suppression induced by a hypercholesterolemic diet in guinea pigs.
Fernandez ML, Lin EC, Trejo A, McNamara DJ.
Department of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Arizona, Tucson 85721
The effects of prickly pear pectin on plasma LDL metabolism were investigated by feeding guinea pigs either a diet containing 15 g/100 g lard and 0.25 g/100 g cholesterol (LC diet) or the LC diet in which cellulose was partially replaced (2.5 g/100 g) by prickly pear pectin (LC-P diet). The LC-P diet lowered plasma LDL cholesterol concentrations by 33% (P < 0.001). Low-density lipoprotein composition was modified by intake of prickly pear pectin; the relative percentages of free and esterified cholesterol were lower and triglycerides were higher in LDL from animals fed the LC-P diet (P < 0.05). Intake of prickly pear pectin did not affect hepatic 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A reductase activity; however, hepatic free and esterified cholesterol concentrations were lowered by 46 and 64%, respectively. Hepatic apolipoprotein B/E receptor expression (Bmax) was 60% higher in animals fed the LC-P diet (P < 0.01). Similar to the in vitro data, receptor-mediated LDL fractional catabolic rates were 190% higher in animals fed the LC-P diet (P < 0.05), whereas apolipoprotein LDL flux rates were not affected. Apolipoprotein LDL pool size and fractional catabolic rates exhibited a significant correlation (r = -0.52, P < 0.01). This data indicates that an increase in apolipoprotein B/E receptor expression is a major metabolic response by which intake of Nopal decreases plasma LDL concentrations.
1. Betalains - The specific antioxidants, betanin and indicaxanthin impact cholesterol by reducing oxidized LDL hydroperoxides. The formation of oxLDL can lead to the development of atherosclerosis and poor heart health, however, research studies show that the consumption of Nopal cactus can reduce oxidative stress and support pathways to a healthier heart. There are now 900 studies proving the adverse effects of the popularly prescribed statin medications. The betalains in our Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) is a superior alternative to statins!
2. Fiber is roughage that helps control cholesterol levels by reducing the absorption of low-density lipoprotein LDL (bad cholesterol) into the bloodstream. Soluble fiber, like that found in the nopal cactus (prickly pear), binds to cholesterol and bile acids in the intestines and promotes their excretion. When the soluble fiber binds to and removes bile acids from your body, the amount re-circulated decreases so your liver must use more cholesterol to produce more bile acids, therefore lowering the amount of cholesterol in the body available to make LDL.
3. Niacin (Vitamin B3) actually works by raising your HDL (good cholesterol) levels. According to research at the Mayo Clinic, taking niacin may help control your total cholesterol because Niacin works in the liver by affecting the production of blood fats. The evidence for using it to decrease high cholesterol is so strong that it is recommended by the National Cholesterol Education Program. Several well-designed double-blind, placebo controlled studies have found that niacin can reduce LDL (bad cholesterol) by approximately 10% and triglycerides by 25% while raising HDL (good cholesterol) by 20% to 30%.
4. Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) plays a role in a process called the synthesis of cholesterol. A cell with abundant cholesterol will have its LDL receptor synthesis blocked, to prevent new cholesterol in LDL molecules from being taken up. Conversely, LDL receptor synthesis proceeds when a cell is deficient in cholesterol. When this process becomes unregulated, LDL molecules without receptors begin to appear in the blood. These LDL molecules are oxidized and taken up by macrophages, which become engorged and form foam cells that become trapped in the walls of blood vessels and contribute to atherosclerotic plaque formation. Pantethine can lower the incidence of heart attack and stroke by reducing platelet stickiness and clumping. Clinical research shows that Pantethine is an effective treatment for high cholesterol while avoiding the undesirable side effects of synthetic lipid-lowering medications (i.e. Lipitor, Zocor, Crestor, etc).
5. Methionine helps to breakdown fats, keeps arteries clear and stops fatty deposits from building up elsewhere in the body. Methionine, as a lipotropic agent, can lower blood cholesterol by increasing production of lecithin, in turn, increasing the synthesis of lecithin-cholesterol acyltransferase (LCAT) which is a central emzyme in extracellular metabolism of plasma lipoproteins. LCAT esterifies the free cholesterol transported in plasma lipoproteins, ultimately lessening cholesterol desposits in blood vessels.
Debbie Anderson of Las Vegas Nevada - "Best Statin Drug Alternative."
Last spring, I had borderline high LDL (146, where it should be less than 130). I started using your Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) a few months ago May 2011, but unfortunately, as I was traveling over the summer, I wasn't as good about taking it as I should have been. My goal was to take it 3x a day, but in foreign countries, in the heat on the road I only had 1 per day—not optimum.
Full disclosure: I also added in 1/2 cup of oatmeal every day because I had read this can lower cholesterol. I also cut all dairy products, but did not cut out red meat, which I eat 2-4 days a week. My diet was basically oatmeal (but no other carbs) fruits, veggies of every sort, beef, pork, chicken and fish, with no dairy and very low sugar. It was very similar to my diet before (when LDL cholesterol was at 146), but without the dairy products. I was hoping that the combination of the 1 serving of oatmeal, no dairy and 3-4 Nopal Powder Capsules per day would lower my cholesterol 15 points or so. Was I EVER surprised when I saw the results... in a late November cholesterol check, my LDL was down to 81... a drop (from the May reading of 146) 65 points!!!!
Now granted, it's not clear how much of the result was from the Nopal Powder Capsules, how much was from the oatmeal, and how much was from the no dairy/no sugar but I feel confident that the Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) were definitely a big part of my success.
Gerry Hollier Of Salt Lake City Utah - "Bad Triglyceride and HDL"
My cholesterol level was up to 275 Cholesterol; 229 Triglyceride 58 HDL 171 LDL. I was on Lipitor but it really did not seem to do anything but give me tons of negative side effects. My wife's friend told me about a product called Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) and that it assisted them with their cholesterol so I though "anything is worth a try!" and purchased your Freeze Dried Nopal Cactus product.
I changed my diet to a more vegetable based. While I still enjoy meats and do eat meat, I trimmed back the amount of meat I have been eating and I am now exercising more: I am more active after two months of taking your cholesterol pills and have gone from 275, 229, 58, 171 to 202, 89, 72, 112. I've also gone from 176lbs to 141lbs, which is more in line with someone of my stature.
It seems like your product was able to kill two birds with one stone. Thank you for making my life so much better and hopefully I will add 20 years to my life.
Aaron Erchie of Dover Massachusetts - "You Product Is Greaatttt In Just 26 Days!!!"
I had very high cholesterol despite a very healthy diet, low weight and exercise. A couple of months ago I had a disagreement with my doctor, well more of a difference of opinion than a disagreement. He wanted me to go on Lipitor, while I wanted to try something more natural such as a supplement.
Kid Brody - Cody Wyoming- "Better Than Crestor"
This is a wonderful product. I am very happy with the results and there are absolutely no side effects. To me, they work better than the statins that the doctor was trying to put me on and after two months these are my results: My bad cholesterol levels fell well below the mid ranges.
LDL Cholesterol went from 190 down to 90
HDL Cholesterol had little change as it has always been good
Triglycerides were 225, went down to 140
Total Cholesterol was 235, went down to 190
My doctor couldn't believe it and even said "I've not seen Crestor work this well". Now, I never told him what I am taking. I've since put my father on your Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) but unfortunately his doctor told him to stop taking the Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules and instead they have him on Lipitor and my father is experiencing all kinds of adverse side effects. I know where I will continue to invest my money.
How much COULD you spend on a lifetime of drugs to lower your cholesterol?
Thousands? Tens of thousands?
What's the health risk and implications from years of taking those harsh, dangerous medications?
What would that be worth to you?
The amount of money you invest in our Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) will be tiny compared to the money you'd spend on expensive statin medications and medical procedures. Wouldn't it just make more sense to reduce your cholesterol naturally without having to worry about the side effects or cost of these dangerous medications?
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Allan Neilson Little Rock Arkansa - "Your Product Not Only Sounds Wonderful It Truly Is Wonderful...Here Are My Results."
Being 75 years old, I get routine check ups, and have to say I really hate going to the doctors, because each time I go the news does not get any better. I am currently borderline for having high cholesterol and my doctor is talking about putting me on statin drugs to see if they will help. Now, you do not have to preach to me on the dangers of statins. I exercise, eat sensibly, do not smoke or drink alcohol, and do all the 'right' things for my health but that all seems to be for nothing. A friend of mine recommended your Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules and I have been taking two capsules 4 times a day for the past two months and have been generally pleased with the results. My cholesterol dropped by 125 points and my triglycerides by 150 points. I did not change my diet and my exercise routine stayed the same. I attribute this to your product that I highly recommend it to all of my friends.
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Cacey Adams of Newark New Jersey - "I feel more energized and your product works.
I am 35 years old 5'7 and 134lbs, I am very active, eat a well balanced diet and I a non-smoker. My total cholesterol was 257, LDL of 174, triglycerides of 87, and HDL of 65. After consuming your Freeze Dried Nopal Powder Capsules (Prickly Pear) for 4 months my results are as follows. I have lost 21lbs, my total cholesterol is now 173, HDL is 72, triglycerides are 61, and LDL is 88. I feel more energized, and my moods are certainly better. I really believe your product works and my doctor has told me to keep using it.
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