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Higher Omega-3 Status Linked to Reduced Risk of Long-Term Cardiac Events


Increasing an individual’s Omega-3 levels can improve long-term health outcomes following a heart attack, according to new findings published in the International Journal of Cardiology.

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Over the past century heart attacks, strokes, and other forms of cardiovascular disease have cost hundreds of millions of lives. Today, however, we know from Dr. Rath’s scientific discovery that these health problems are primarily caused by chronic deficiencies of vitamins and other key micronutrients. As such, by taking advantage of this understanding and ensuring optimum intakes of the necessary dietary elements, cardiovascular disease can now be largely prevented.

Just as the discovery that microorganisms are the cause of infectious diseases led to the control of infectious epidemics, the discovery that heart attacks and strokes are the result of long-term micronutrient deficiencies will similarly lead to the control of cardiovascular disease. If the right steps are taken on a global scale, heart attacks, strokes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart failure, irregular heartbeat, and other cardiovascular problems can all essentially be eradicated by the end of the 21st century.

The main resistance to this historic development will come from the multinational pharmaceutical industry, which has a vested interest in the continued sale of drugs for treating the symptoms of cardiovascular disease. The eradication of heart problems as a cause of death and disability will destroy a lucrative cardiovascular drug market that is expected to be worth more than 200 billion dollars globally by 2032.

To learn more about Dr. Rath’s revolutionary approach to the natural prevention and control of cardiovascular disease, read his classic book: Why Animals Don’t Get Heart Attacks…But People Do!