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Cut Your Heart Attack Risk...

by A Medical Doctor

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Cut your heart attack risk by 75%… with the “magic bullet” doctors never talk about!

Imagine if I told you about a totally safe, all-natural pill—a “magic bullet”—that would quickly cut your risk of heart attack by up to 75%. And it could help protect you against cancer and Alzheimer’s, too!

Well, that magic bullet is known to science and its name is vitamin E. Over the last 52 years, a massive body of scientific research (over 14,000 studies) has proven vitamin E’s unmatched effectiveness in preventing heart attacks. Yet, astonishingly, most physicians don’t recommend it to their patients. Even though many take it themselves.

Just look at the results of the 1996 double-blind, placebo-controlled Cambridge Heat Antioxidant Study (CHAOS), published in The Lancet. It involved 2,002 patients with coronary heart disease. Half of the patients took 400 to 800 IU of vitamin E, while the other half received a placebo.

Conversely, low blood levels of vitamin E almost guarantee the development of heart disease. In a 1991 study conducted by the World Health Organization, it was found that low blood levels of vitamin E are predictive of heart attacks 62% of the time. Other markers that are often held up as more significant risk factors—such as elevated cholesterol and high blood pressure—were only 29% and 25% predictive, respectively.

Supplemental vitamin E is also important for proper functioning of your immune system, and is a powerhouse in protecting you against cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease and many other conditions.

The main dietary sources of vitamin E are vegetable oil, nuts and seeds. The average American gets only 11 to 13 IU of vitamin E from dietary sources. To get 800 IU, the amount used in some of these studies to confer substantial benefits, you’d have to eat 2,000 almonds per day, containing 16,000 calories and 1,300 grams of fat. In other words, if you’re depending on your diet alone for vitamin E, you are maintaining dangerously low levels of the nutrient, putting yourself at risk for many serious degenerative diseases.

Make it natural

When taking vitamin E, use the natural variety. You can tell it’s natural if the label lists d-alpha-tocopherol or d-alpha-tocopheryl. Synthetic vitamin E is listed as dl-alpha-tocopherol or dl-alpha tocopheryl (note the “l)” after the first “d”).

I recommend that all adults take at least 800 IU of natural vitamin E daily. People with Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s may safely take up to 2,000 IU per day, the amount proven to be beneficial in clinical trials. You can get natural vitamin E in any health food store.

This article was written by a medical doctor, unfortunately I am unsure which publication this article was taken from.