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Taking Vitamin D Supplements Linked To Better Chance Of Avoiding Heart Attacks


Vitamin D is probably most synonymous with the sun and strong bones, but new research from Australia suggests a regular regimen of vitamin D supplementation can also go a long way toward promoting good heart health.
[Source: studyfinds.org]


Heart attacks are not an inevitable consequence of the aging process. Not only can the risk be reduced through the use of vitamin C and other natural approaches, the health and functioning of the cardiovascular system can be improved in people who have already suffered them.

Still unknown to most cardiologists, most animals don’t get heart attacks because they naturally produce optimum amounts of vitamin C in their bodies. This helps strengthen and protect their blood vessel walls. In humans, however, who are unable to produce vitamin C, deficiency of this nutrient is common and, over time, weakens the blood vessel walls.

As Dr. Rath’s research has shown, cardiovascular disease is essentially an early form of the vitamin C deficiency disease scurvy. Clinical studies document that an optimum daily intake of vitamins and other essential nutrients can halt and reverse coronary heart disease naturally by supplying vital bioenergy to billions of cells of the heart and blood vessel walls.

Through taking advantage of this cutting-edge scientific knowledge, heart attacks, strokes, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, heart failure, and other cardiovascular problems will essentially be unknown in future generations.

To learn more about the natural prevention of cardiovascular diseases, read Dr. Rath’s classic book, ‘Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Attacks…But People Do!,’ for free online.