The Greatest Literary Works

literary works documentation. essay on literature. student paper. etc

Advanced Formula EDTA Chelation

Written by eastern writer on Sunday, July 20, 2008

Use a home cholesterol test before beginning your Advanced Formula EDTA Oral Chelation program and then after 90 days to prove progress. Similarly, use a home blood pressure unit to test your "before and after" blood pressure.

Cholesterol, calcium, and other minerals accumulate on the inside lining of our blood vessels and, over time, clog them. This process is referred to variously as hardening of the arteries, atherosclerosis, arteriosclerosis, and arterial plaque buildup (see Figure 1). Ignoring this process can be exceedingly dangerous and may result in rampant cardiovascular disease.

The Artery Health Institute report unclog arteries and restore cardiovascular function. This completely safe and natural therapy has been used successfully for over 50 years and yet your heart doctor will never tell you about it.

In order to check the effectiveness of Advanced Formula EDTA Chelation for your cholesterol management, you are recommended to purchase a home cholesterol test from your local drug store or on the internet. Before you begin your therapy program take your total cholesterol measurement. After 90 days check the measurement again and you should see a decline. Check regularly thereafter.

Order Advanced Formula EDTA Chelation now. Special limited time offer. Order 12 month supply and get an additional 3 month supply free. That’s an additional saving of $129.

Related Posts by Categories

  1. 0 komentar: Responses to “ Advanced Formula EDTA Chelation ”

Post a Comment

Thanks for your comment. I will reply your comment as soon as possible. I wonder if you would keep contact with this blog.

Quote on Art and Literature

    "There is only one school of literature - that of talent."
~ Vladimir Nabokov (1899 - 1977)

Want to subscribe?

Subscribe in a reader Or, subscribe via email:
Enter your email here:

Top Blogs Top Arts blogs