2c-vitamost-flw-blThis February, Pay Attention to your Heart?

Early Warning Signs

A number of world class athletes have suddenly dropped dead from heart attacks, without knowing that their arteries were at risk. This is because significant symptoms of restricted circulation do not usually appear until an artery has become at least 70 per cent blocked. If a floating blood clot or blob of cholesterol gets stuck in a narrowed coronary artery, the result is an instant heart attack. If the affected artery is the one that supplies the heart’s built in pacemaker, then that heart attack is usually fatal.

Fortunately, there are a number of early warning signs which indicate deteriorating circulation. These include:
• Fingers or toes often go cold.
• Arms or legs often “go to sleep”.
• Numbness or heaviness in arms or legs.
• Cramps in hand when writing.
• Sharp, diagonal creases in earlobes.
• Tingling sensations in lips or fingers.
• Short walk causes cramping or pains in the legs.
• Memory not as good as it used to be.
• Ankles swell late in the day.
• Breathlessness on slight exertion or on lying down.
• Whitish ring under outer part of cornea in the eye.
• Chest pain after physical exercise or emotional stress.
• High blood pressure.

How Arterial Plaque Developsblocked artery

Arterial plaque builds up slowly and insidiously over decades. It begins with damage to artery walls caused by free radicals (volatile molecular fragments) and by homocysteine (a renegade amino acid). Small tears develop in the inner lining of the arteries, which are patched with fibrin (a clotting protein). Circulating minerals (mostly calcium) and cellular debris become trapped in the fibrin patches. Because of opposing electromagnetic charges, the minerals attract fats into the mix. Cholesterol is the last ingredient to be laid down in the plaque, where it provides two forms of protection: (1) smoothing over the outer surface of the plaque to prevent healthy blood cells from becoming damaged by rough edges, and (2) sacrificing itself to free radical damage in order to prevent further damage to the arterial lining.

Arterial Cleansing to the Rescue

Most of the popular cardiovascular supplements on the market (e.g., fish oils, L-carnitine, vitamin E, garlic/hawthorne/cayenne combinations, vitamin C with lysine) deal with the symptoms of arterial plaque (atherosclerosis, arteriosclerosis) but do little or nothing for its cause. The only proven method of reversing atherosclerosis and preventing its return is “arterial cleansing”. This involves taking a broad spectrum, synergistic blend of high potency vitamins, minerals, amino acids and glandulars specifically formulated for this purpose. The most efficient way of supplementing with the 30 natural ingredients required is to take homogeneous FLW® tablets – initially 10 tablets per day, in divided amounts with meals. The full Arterial Cleansing program is explained in my book, The Nutritional Bypass: Reverse Atherosclerosis Without Surgery.

How FLW® Works

FLW® has a 30-year history of delivering results. Many thousands of people have successfully used this incredible formula to help them with their heart health. How FLW® works is by providing the body with all of the raw materials it needs to do its own healing. The unique combination of all-natural ingredients in FLW® help the body in eight different ways. For more information go to www.vitamost.com.