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Lower Your Risk of Heart Attack 98%?!

With one person suffering from a heart attack every 40 seconds in the US, it’s clear that we’re losing the war on heart disease.

But what if you could reduce your risk of stroke and heart attack by 98%?

Well, you can. And all you have to do is load up on ONE SIMPLE VITAMIN

It might sound too good to be true, but wait until you read what this world-renowned expert has to say.

Most heart attacks aren’t caused by a heart problem… they’re caused by an artery problem.

Coronary artery disease occurs when your blood vessels get clogged up with plaque. They become stiff and inflexible and reduce blood flow to your heart.

This is called atherosclerosis.

The big question here is this: What causes all that artery-clogging plaque to build up in the first place?

The answer is pretty shocking… because it all comes to not getting enough vitamin C.

Even more shocking? Dr. Sam Wallace, the author of a recent study in the Journal of Cardiology and Current Research, claims that correcting vitamin C deficiencies could lower your risk of heart attack and stroke by 98%.

That’s a pretty bold claim, so let’s look at the science.

Studies show that not having enough vitamin C causes damage to your arteries. Your body then sends cholesterol to repair the damage.

Too much cholesterol leads to a buildup of plaque, which is problematic for two reasons:

  • First, it causes your arteries to become narrow, limiting the flow of blood to your heart.
  • Second, if those plaques become unstable, they can break off and cause heart attack, stroke, or congestive heart failure.

The vitamin C/heart disease connection is nothing new.

Thirty years ago, Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling revealed that vitamin C deficiency is the primary cause of heart disease.

And 65 years ago, Dr. C.G. Willis found that people with vitamin C deficiency were more likely to develop atherosclerosis—and more importantly, that supplementation with C could reverse the condition.

In addition to the damage caused by a vitamin C deficiency, adequate vitamin C has numerous benefits for your arterial health. These include…

  • Preventing free radicals from damaging your artery lining, and
  • Helping heal damaged arteries by helping your body form collagen.

But chances are, the vitamin C tablets you have in your cabinet right now won’t do a thing for preventing a heart attack… because the dose is too low.

To adequately support healthy, flexible arteries you’ll need to take MUCH higher doses—in the 6,000-10,000 mg/day range.

Based on a review of all of this evidence—plus too many additional studies to mention here—Dr. Wallace determined that following two key steps could lower your risk of heart attacks by 98%:

  1. Undergo CardioRetinometry, a method of detecting atherosclerosis by monitoring retinal vessels.
  2. Supplement with high doses of vitamin C

It’s a shockingly simple solution to such a devastating worldwide problem.

But whoever said healing the body had to be difficult?