You don’t see many people wearing ribbons for it. There are no big celebrity-backed awareness campaigns.
And it’s not something they talk about on TV much, if at all.
But right now… at this very moment… tens of thousands of older Americans are quietly suffering from the earliest stages of a potentially devastating lung disease.
By the time they know it’s there, it might be too late to do much about it.
Today, I’m going to share with you the early-warning signals so you know EXACTLY when you’re at risk for pulmonary fibrosis and can seek help FAST, when it has a chance to matter most.
More importantly, I’ve also got something else: a completely natural way that promises to help FIGHT this condition and STOP it from ruining your golden years!
A dangerous condition… hiding in plain sight
Some 200,000 Americans are living with pulmonary fibrosis – and every week, up to 1,000 more patients are diagnosed with the condition, which leads to dangerous scarring on your lungs.
That makes it difficult to breathe – and almost impossible for your body to get the oxygen it needs.
Over time, it can lead to lung failure and even death.
It’s not always clear WHY it happens.
In most cases, doctors STILL don’t know the cause.
But we do know this: Quick action can slow it down… and new research shows one step you can take right now against this disease in its earliest stages.
The secret is a compound locked inside green tea.
In a small study, patients given 600 mg of the tea compound epigallocatechin gallate – better known as EGCG – had remarkable changes within just two weeks.
Both blood tests and lung biopsy samples showed LOWER LEVELS of the protein known to cause those scars compared to patients who didn’t get the supplements.
And if this research holds up, that could make EGCG and excellent choice – especially to folks in the critical earliest stages of this condition.
So… how do you know if you’re at risk?
Many people don’t, because the first symptoms are often so mild you might think it’s something else.
It usually starts with a dry cough.
Some might blame allergies. Some might think it’s “that darned cold that keeps coming back.”
In reality, it could be your first sign – one that needs to get checked out, especially if it’s accompanied by the other most common symptom: shortness of breath.
Again, it may seem minor at first. And you might want to blame it on your age.
But there’s a chance it’s not minor, and not your age, especially if it gets worse.
Get yourself checked out. Get some tests. And talk to your doctor about this new discovery – because if the new study is any indication, EGCG could play a key role in slowing this condition down and protecting your lungs.