CLEAR out arteries with this simple supplement
It’s the LEADING cause of death in the nation – but today, I’ve got the inside scoop on a super easy way to protect yourself against it.
This simple tip is almost like wearing a suit of armor that protects you from the INSIDE.
It’s a safe and inexpensive way to BLOCK the damage that causes arteries to harden… and maybe even REVERSE the condition if you have it.
And it starts where you least expect it. Not in the arteries themselves… but in your gut!
The latest research confirms what years of studies have hinted: There’s a direct link between the balance of bacteria in your gut and your overall health, including your cardiovascular health.
More specifically, those friendly germs can help ward off arteriosclerosis, the hardening arteries that are the prime driver of heart disease.
The new study finds that some people have lower or higher levels of artery-hardening plaque than would be expected.
Some didn’t SEEM to have the risk factors for hardened arteries… yet they were already stiffening up.
Others had all the warnings, but their pipes were surprisingly clear.
What’s the difference?
Bacteria in the gut!
Too many bad germs will pump out certain toxins that end up in the blood. The higher those levels of toxins, the higher the risk of hardening arteries – even without other risk factors.
On the flipside, lower levels of toxins means cleaner pipes even if you have other risk factors for hardened arteries.
This discovery, the researchers say, opens the door to preventing or treating hardened arteries with simple probiotic supplements filled with healthy bacteria.
Now, the study didn’t list specific probiotics or “key strains” that were linked to the biggest benefit… and it didn’t list strains to avoid, either.
Instead, the study confirms exactly what I’ve shared with you here in House Calls before and what I tell patients who come to see me at my clinic.
The key here isn’t in a single type of bacteria. It’s about overall balance.
There are several ways to achieve it.
First, eat plenty of fiber-rich foods, which act as prebiotics. Essentially, they help feed the bacteria in your gut to keep them healthy – which keeps you healthy, too.
Second, take a quality probiotic with multiple human-tested strains, including Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium longum.
And finally, there are many toxins around you — including the fluoride and chlorine in your water, PPIs for heartburn, and antibiotics for infection — that kill off good gut bacteria. Work to limit your exposure.