These stats are appalling and I’m guilty too

The Good Life Letter 

19th August 2018

Harriet Mulvaney was an active 44-year old.

Or rather… she thought she was.

When she had a heart-attack she was forced to take a good look at her life. That was when she realised something.

In April she told the BBC, “I thought I was active but actually I think I was just busy.”

She might have been rushing to and from work… but it was in a car… to get to an office where she sat down for sometimes up to 10 hours.

The BBC report in which she was interviewed was about new stats showing that 20 million people or more in the UK are “physically inactive”, according to the British Heart Foundation.

That’s 11.8 million women and 8.3 million men not doing the recommended 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity a week.

Of all the ticking health time bombs…

And there are many in this increasingly complex, technological world…

This one is the noisiest. Because it’s already exploding.

In the UK a deadly combination of poor fatty diets full of processed foods… coupled with a dire lack of exercise… is making us ill.

Seriously ill.

And the three big threats are high cholesterol, high blood pressure and high blood sugar levels.

Now, when you tell your GP about these problems, they will usually prescribe metformin and pioglitazone for diabetes, ACE inhibitors, diuretics and beta blockers for blood pressure and statins for cholesterol.

But these drugs come with serious side-effects.

And yet despite these side-effects people aren’t being told of a powerful natural alternative.

Take a look at this page to see a supplement that acts like a natural satin, disrupting the same biochemical pathway to cholesterol production – but without the side-effects.

A natural way to help avoid the big health threats of our time.

Bergamot is a citrus fruit (a bitter orange, basically) from the hills of Southern Italy. It grows in a unique soil and climate that produces a high concentration of polyphenols and flavonoids, plus special compounds that block one of the key enzymes in the production of cholesterol.

It also increases the uptake of glucose by your cells, removing it from the blood where it causes the symptoms associated with diabetes.

In other words, as well as helping to reduce cholesterol Bergamot helps control pressure and blood sugar levels.
And it’s now at the forefront of a drive towards better heart health.

Because it works just like a statin.

To find out why and how – click here to take a look at this report. To back up those claims, there’s a detailed scientific paper all about this fruit here.

As the report says the bergamot fruit is a viable alternative for a healthy cardiovascular system.

Of course, the frequency and amount of the fruit you’d need to consume is hard to achieve, which is why we recommend BergaMet.

This is an all-natural remedy derived from the Bergamot fruit. You get all those essential polyphenols, flavonoids, and cholesterol-blocking enzymes in a supplement that acts just like a statin.

In Australia cardiologist Dr Ross Walker has tested BergaMet on 600 patients with these results:

  • An average 30% reduction in total cholesterol

  • Between 20-30% reduction in blood glucose levels

  • Improved blood pressure control

  • Reductions in abdominal obesity

  • Increased Weight loss

More than 2,000 patients are now taking BergaMet with no significant side effects. To try it, there’s a supplement that extracts the essential compounds from bergamot. Click here.

Of course, BergaMet on its own won’t solve the three big health threats.

They key is to get up from your desk chair or car seat and do some more exercise…

How many days are YOU spending on a chair?

According to those stats from the British Heart Foundation earlier in the year, the average British man spends a fifth of his life sitting down (around 78 days a year) while women sit on average for 74 days a year.

But when it comes to more strenuous exercises, then the tables turn a bit and women are not doing enough.
I’m extremely guilty of both sitting too much and doing far too little exercises. I often blame my work but then so did Harriet Mulvaney, who I mentioned at the top of today’s email. 

Of course, on top of exercise and better diet, if you are interested in controlling cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar, then should try this natural alternative to statins.

Click here for details

Yours, as always


Ray




 


 



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