Cardiovascular Disease * Healthy Heart Herbs Info*
News on Healthy Hearts and Cardiovascular Disease
Healthy Hearts Live Longer
What can you do every day to increase your odds of living a long, healthy life? Watch your diet. Exercise. Reduce stress. You've no doubt heard that advice before. But did you know that natural herbal nutrients help promote a healthy cardiovascular system? For example, the natural herbs in our Cardio Well and Cardio Well Classic can support the imbalances associated with cardiovascular disease. A more well-balanced body may slow the progression of arteriosclerosis (one of the leading causes of death worldwide) and promote healthy heart function.* Click here for the full story of how a 62-year-old heart attack survivor with a history of coronary artery disease is now healthy and back to working full time after supplementing his diet with CardioWell.
Use Organ Energy to Fight Cardiovascular Disease
Western medicine learns about cardiovascular disease and blood pressure through research on enzymes and the biochemical function of blood vessels, heart and kidney cells. Eastern medicine, on the other hand, looks for deficiencies and imbalances of energy in the spleen, liver, and kidneys. An advantage to the Eastern approach is that it incorporates environmental, emotional, lifestyle and preventive factors into your treatment plan. Click here and for a fascinating article on how organ energy can help fight cardiovascular disease.
"I'm 57 and had tightness in my chest after exercising. My business friend told me about Get Well Natural and said to give them a call, which I did. They recommended Cardio Well. The first day after taking the herbal formula, I was able to exercise without feeling any tightness in my chest. The formula is fantastic!"
"I see a world where doctors heal our loved ones when they are sick, but focus more of their energies on keeping them well in the first place."
Michael O. Leavitt,
"The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well."
Hippocrates (460-357 B.C.) The Father of Western Medicine