Powerful heart protection for pennies a day

It's the single most powerful pill you can take to protect your heart -- and it's NOT what you think!

It's NOT aspirin... NOT statins... NOT a blood pressure med... and NOT even a drug at all.

New research from the world-famous Mayo Clinic reveals the ONE BIG ANSWER for anyone at risk of heart disease.

And you can get this protection yourself, right now, for just pennies a day.

Plain old fish oil supplements can do what all those drugs can't: cut the risk of developing one of the deadliest forms of heart disease. And they can do it without any real risk of serious side effects.

The remarkable new analysis from one of the most respected medical institutions on the planet finds that overall, your risk of heart disease will drop by 18 percent if you boost your intake of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA.

But that's not even the most important part of this.

The study also looked at folks who need help the most -- people already facing a high risk of heart disease.

I'm sure many of these patients were just like you: They had risk factors for heart trouble such as high triglycerides and/or LDL "bad" cholesterol.

At least, those are SUPPOSED to be risk factors for heart disease.

Omega-3s are the great equalizer, because they can help bring that risk back down... slashing the odds of coronary heart disease even in folks who have these classic warning signs.

If you've got high triglycerides, your risk of developing coronary heart disease -- a condition responsible for HALF of all heart disease deaths -- drops by 16 percent, according to the study.

And if you've got LDL cholesterol levels higher than 130, omega-3s will cut that risk by 14 percent.

The key part of this study is that it looked at omega-3 intake from all sources -- including food and supplements -- and found HOW you get it doesn't really matter.

All that counts is THAT you get it.

If you love fatty seafood such as salmon and can commit to eating it at least three times a week, you can get your omega-3s that way.

If you don't like fish... or simply aren't sure if you're getting enough from diet alone... you can cover all your bases by taking a high-quality supplement.

The Mayo Clinic team recommends a minimum of 1,000 mg per day, but I know from my own practice that some folks can benefit from getting twice that amount or more.

Since fish oil can also thin the blood, speak to your doctor first. He can help figure out how much you need and the best way to get it.