We are hearing more about heart attacks, strokes, and blood clots these days. We are also learning about sudden deaths, especially among teenagers and young children. Are these connected?
Between March 2020 and August 2022 there were more than 30,000 excess deaths involving coronary heart disease, an average of 230 a week above the expected death rate.
Without getting into the information war going on today about the root causes of this new sudden death syndrome, such as the Covid vacancies and the lack of mainstream information addressing this concern, let me simply provide you with 5 easy ways to protect your heart – jab or no jab.
I do recommend that you watch a new documentary that addresses this issue Died Suddenly, and warning – Part 1 is very disturbing, but Part 2 is very hopeful. Any way you look at it, it’s important to educate yourself on sudden death concerns now becoming epidemic within global societies today.
5 Health Tips
Here are 5 ways that you can protect your heart and cardiovascular system:
- use B3 niacin
- add turmeric to your diet daily
- supplement with Green Tea extract
- supplement with Serropeptase
- take the systemic enzyme Wobenzyme-N
I recommend supplementing five (5) to seven (7) times a week with extra B3 (niacin) until you flush shortly after taking (individual doses will vary).
Begin taking 50-100 mg. of niacin on a slightly full stomach (with a banana or a light snack). Increase by 50-100 mg. daily until a flush occurs (within 15 to 20 minutes). Do not panic if you turn red and your heart beats rapidly. This is a sign that your blood is cleansing, and toxins are being removed.
It is recommended to take niacin before working out, a hot bath or shower, during a sauna or steam bath, or at a time when your pores are open, and your heart rate is naturally elevated. Children can take low doses of niacin (50 mg maximum) before a warm bath, before playtime, or before sleeping.
If you have more toxins than niacin, you may not feel a flush, but if you have more niacin present in the blood as opposed to toxins, you will feel a flush.
Do NOT use time released or flush free niacin. This is an unnatural form of niacin and can stress the liver. It is preferred to use pure niacin that will activate immediately so you will know the present degree of toxicity and determine how much you need.
Recommended brand: Carlson® pure B3 50 mg.
Turmeric is a common spice and a major ingredient in curry powder. Curcumin is a major component of turmeric, which increases antioxidants in your body and helps lower cholesterol.
Turmeric should be taken with meals to help increase its absorption. It’s also good to divide it into two doses taken 8 to 12 hours apart. This will help increase absorption and keeps levels consistent in your body.
It’s not advisable to take high doses of turmeric for long periods of time. High doses of turmeric can thin your blood too much, so take a lower dose consistently, or alternate when you take it, such as taking it for 3 months, laying off for a month, and then repeat taking it for another 3 months.
Repeat as needed.
Green Tea Extract
If you drink green tea, should you still take an extract? If you want to protect your heart health, I recommend both.
Green tea contains a flavonoid called catechin, and this is the antioxidant that helps break down excess fat. This lowers your cholesterol and increases your heart health.
Green tea is one of the most commonly consumed teas in the world. Green tea extract is its concentrated form, with just one capsule containing the same amount of active ingredients as an average cup of green tea. Like green tea, green tea extract is a great source of antioxidants, and is much stronger than the tea.
Tea infusions typically only contain 90 to 300 mg of antioxidants, while most supplements contain up to 1,000 mg, but with any supplement, don’t take too much and allow your body some down time to flush out any excess, so use it for 3 months or so, then take a break for a month or more before restarting it again.
Serropeptase enhances cardiovascular health by breaking down the protein by-products of blood coagulation called fibrin. Conveniently, Serrapeptase is able to dissolve the fibrin and other dead or damaged tissue without harming living tissue, and this is particularly good if you have had the COVID vaccine and/or boosters.
Wobenzym – N is an exceptional digestive aide. It is not an exclusive stomach enzyme, but a body/systemic enzyme, and is to be taken 45 minutes before or after eating. This enzyme circulates throughout your body, sweeping toxins from your tissues, organs, and blood. It digests proteins, which can thicken the blood and cause inflammation.
Wobenzym has been used in cancer therapies in Germany and Eastern Europe for decades.
Tip: do not drink liquids while eating a meal to allow the digestive juices in your saliva to begin the first stages of digestion. Drinking while eating washes the initial enzymes out of your mouth before they have a chance to begin the digestion process.
These 5 supplements are wonderful tools to add to your life to prevent heart disease, avoid reactions to the very controversial COVID vaccines, and to help prevent future heart issues.
You can never be too cautious nor too prudent in protecting your heart health.
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