1. High blood pressure guidelines have massive flaw

    How to QUIT your blood pressure drugs… for GOOD!

    Blood pressure drugs can wreck everything from your balance to your mood…

    Yet your doctor is absolutely CONVINCED you need them.

    Today, I’m going to show you a way out.

    After this, even your own doctor will have no choice but to help you quit those meds.

    And it starts with recognizing one TRUTH that’s only just starting to become accepted by mainstream…

    Blood pressure guidelines are built on a LIE

    They INSISTED it was urgent… and they SWORE it would save lives…

    But the latest research reveals the TRUTH about the new blood pressure guidelines that were rushed into place last year.

    Just as I’d warned my own patients – and just as you read here in House Calls and in Health Revelationscutting the blood pressure targets didn’t save lives.

    In fact, all it did was put millions of new patients on medications!

    New research out of Germany shows that over the long term, medicating people to the new target with a top number of 130 instead of the old target of 140 didn’t lead to fewer heart attacks or strokes.

    In other words, there’s virtually NO BENEFIT to those “urgent” new targets.

    That vow to save lives?

    Just the latest in a long line of empty Big Pharma promises!

    And of course, the drugs aren’t safe by any stretch, so taking them not only doesn’t save lives…

    It can RUIN them!

    You already know some of the risks -- maybe a little too well if you’re on the meds yourself.

    They can cloud your mind, leading to memory problems; and they can throw you off balance with dizziness that can cause falls.

    Those, in turn, can lead to bone breaks -- and in some cases, even disability.

    But it turns out those aren’t the only risks…

    The new study finds using these drugs can also lead to depression.

    This is the SECOND study in just two months to prove the new guidelines are a stinker, so maybe it’s time your doctor catches a whiff.

    If you’re a little older, it’s beyond clear now that obsessing over every little jump in the numbers – and medicating people over it – is doing far more harm than good.

    In other words, if you’re just “a little” high, your best treatment is often no treatment at all.

    And if you do need to bring those blood pressure levels down, do two things…

    2 healthy ways to lower your blood pressure

    Buy your own blood pressure reader. As I shared just last week, measurements at home are often lower and can be used to prove you don’t need meds.

    If you still need help bringing them down, start with calcium, magnesium and potassium instead of Big Pharma’s statins. They carry no side effects, and will likely do the trick to get you where you need to be!

  2. High blood pressure cured without meds

    CUT your blood pressure and CURE hypertension – WITHOUT meds

    Hypertension is easily the most over-treated condition in the country, now diagnosed in a third of all adults and HALF of all seniors.

    The SHOCKING thing is that often, you’re not diagnosed because your blood pressure is unhealthy…

    In MOST cases – it’s not.

    It’s because the guidelines for blood pressure are set so low that it’s almost impossible to meet them without drugs!

    Well, friend, if your own doc has been urging you to join the ranks of the heavily medicated… I’ve got just what you need to fight back.

    New research reveals how you can convincingly CUT your blood pressure and AVOID hypertension drugs.

    And you can do it in a way that’ll make even the strictest guideline-following doctor happy!

    BEAT high blood pressure FOR GOOD

    The new study confirms a very basic fact of medicine: your doctor’s blood pressure readings are WRONG!

    It’s not that he doesn’t know HOW to check your blood pressure…

    It’s that many people have brief spikes in blood pressure the moment they walk into the clinic – no doubt due to the stress of being there.

    As a result, the new study confirms that the readings YOU can take at home… without the stress of a doctor visit… are actually far more accurate.

    And you won’t believe how common this is…

    The study finds that anywhere between 10 percent and 50 percent of patients with “high blood pressure” don’t actually have the condition.

    Even at the LOW end of that range, that means MILLIONS of patients are treated – with drugs that can have horrible side effects – for a condition that NONE of them have.

    And at the high end, it means one in four seniors are taking hypertension drugs – and suffering the risk of falls and bone breaks that come with them – for no reason at all!

    Avoid being one of them.

    It’s easy!

    Get a simple reader to use at home.

    Then check your blood pressure daily – or twice daily – and share the results with your doctor.

    If you’re not on meds, you can avoid them.

    And if you are, you can use this program to reduce and even eliminate those drugs.

    This one trick will work for many people, as the new study shows.

    But if it doesn’t work for you, don’t give up and don’t give in…

    You’ve still got other options… and they DON’T include drugs.

    First, lose a little weight. Even dropping a few pounds can have an immediate impact on your blood pressure.

    And second, try natural therapies such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, and coenzyme Q10, which are all proven to bring down your blood pressure without the risks of meds.

  3. High blood pressure DEFEATED without drugs

    The secret blood pressure CURE you’ll NEVER see in the news   There’s a little-known CURE for high blood pressure. The TV “experts” won’t talk about it. Your doctor won’t mention it. And of course, mainstream medicine would rather you NEVER know it exists. That’s because this treatment will be a small, one-time expense… And it’s SO EFFECTIVE it can...
  4. High blood pressure drugs often unnecessary

    High blood pressure drugs aren’t needed when your BP drops to well below normal levels – yet 70 percent of seniors are told to keep taking these dangerous meds anyway.
  5. Drug side effects make you feel worse

    Drug given for many common conditions can actually worse other common diseases, a new study confirms.
  6. Blood pressure meds cause crippling falls

    Common meds given to seniors to slash blood pressure can increase the risk of falls and potentially crippling injuries due to falls.
  7. Most seniors don't need blood pressure meds

    New rules for blood pressure meds will take millions of seniors off these unnecessary drugs -- and most of the others who take them also don't need them.
  8. Polypill fails heart test

    A drug combining aspirin, a statin and two blood pressure meds fails to reduce heart problems, according to new research.
  9. A long walking distance can be healthier than running

    A regular walking habit can slash your risk of diabetes and heart disease as well as -- or better than -- running.
  10. Signs of stress can kill you

    Stress can be as bad for you as one of the worst habits of all: New research finds it can increase your heart risk to the same extent as smoking.
  11. Job loss – and your health

    People who lose their jobs have a higher risk of heart attack -- and the more times you lose your job, the higher that risk could be.
  12. Coffee can lower colorectal risk

    A new study finds coffee may lower the risk of colorectal cancers... but you have to drink a lot of the stuff to get the benefit.
  13. Diet soda in new health scare

    Let's face it: There's nothing "diet" about diet soda. It won't make you healthier and it won't even help you to lose weight -- and that's been proven.
  14. Low salt comes with high risk

    Next time your doctor says "cut back on the salt, or else" ask him one question. Or else what?
  15. Yin vs. yang in Parkinson's treatment

    Centuries before James Parkinson described the "shaking palsy" that would later bear his name, the Chinese were already treating the condition they called "the shakes" with a simple herb.
  16. The simple test your doc always gets wrong

    The best person to check your blood pressure is you -- and the best place to do it is in the comfort of your own home. Your doctor might have the best technique in the world, but he could still get it wrong every single time -- because his very presence could be causing your BP levels to skyrocket.
  17. Low sodium, high risk

    A new study is shaking up the conventional wisdom on salt, as researchers have found that people who consume "too much" of it actually have the lowest risk of death by heart attack.
  18. Lifestyle can help duck heartbeat problems

    Not many things can put the scare into you quite like atrial fibrillation--I've heard people say it feels like the heart is trying to break right out of the chest.
  19. The myth of prehypertension

    Researchers used data on more than 20,000 patients with elevated blood pressure who weren't treated for it, then tracked them to see what sort of heart risks they faced over the years.
  20. The rising tide of metabolic syndrome

    It's metabolic syndrome, a perfect storm of the five risk factors that leads to diabetes and heart disease: belly fat, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high triglycerides and low levels of HDL ("good") cholesterol.

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