- The big statin cover-up!
- And why the alternative for good heart health looks like this…
In the lush hills of Southern Italy grows a citrus fruit known as bergamot.
It might not look like much to you…
Perhaps a knobbly version of a lemon or lime.
But this little fruit is different. It has a unique ability to reduce cholesterol, help blood pressure and control sugar levels. And it’s now at the forefront of a drive towards better heart health.
To find out why – and how it works – click here to take a look at this short report we’ve put together for you:
The big statin cover-up
I don’t know if you missed this, but last year I had an almighty rant about the mainstream media’s constant PR work for the drug companies.
For instance, the Daily Expressfrom January last year that said “Taking statins in your 30s prevents heart disease in later life, experts reveal”.
The so-called ‘experts’ said that if we had the slightest inkling that our bloody pressure might be higher than normal… or that we were in a higher risk category… we should start popping statins from a young age to stave off heart attacks.
I wold possibly phrase that Express headline in a different way:
“Drug companies tell everyone to take more drugs from a younger age, whether they need them or not.”
If you don’t know already, statins are a drug that reduce the amount of cholesterol your liver produces.
In doing so it cuts out bad cholesterol from your bloodstream and lowers your chances of heart disease.
Wonderful – what’s not to like?
Except that in March 2014, GP and cholesterol expert Dr Malcolm Kendrick claimed that trials into statins were sponsored by biased drug companies who ignored the serious side effects, including:
- muscle pains
- mental impairment
- liver dysfunction
And yet despite these problems, GPs are widely prescribing statins to any patient with a 20% risk or more of developing heart disease.
Even the deputy chairman of the British Medical Association, Dr Kailash Chandhas claimed that this was “a commercialisation device” and not in patients’ best interests.
So if you are worried about high blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart disease, what can you do?
The key is to look for something that has the same kind of effect on your liver as statins, but none of the side effects.
Step forward the bergamot fruit…
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.
In other words, it works just like a statin.
I know it’s sometimes hard to believe that natural products can be as potent as lab-created medical drugs, but this isn’t some old wives’ tale.
There’s a detailed scientific paper all about this fruit here if you want to check out the hard evidence, read it here.
The report says very clearly that statin side-effects are a problem and that the bergamot fruit is a viable alternative for a healthy cardiovascular system.
Now, I’m not suggesting you fly out to Italy and start munching on these fruits like there’s no tomorrow. Instead, there’s a new supplement that has taken the essential compounds from bergamot, so you can try this at your convenience. Take a look at this report now.
The benefits of BergaMet
As you’ll see on the website, more than 2,000 patients are now taking BergaMet with no significant side effects. In fact, in Australia cardiologist Dr Ross Walker has testedBergaMeton 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
If you want to try it for yourself, BergaMet is now available in the UK click to try it now.
Talking of breakthroughs, I want to tell you a really exciting story about a little girl who has changed medicine forever.
Thanks to what has happened to her, in the future we might not need drugs at all. Instead, a new type of therapy could ‘switch off’ serious diseases and potentially cure the incurable.
I’ll tell you all about it on Thursday.