Health & Family Resource Guide
Do you realize there are three choices that you can make in your life
concerning cardiovascular disease? The first choice is to do nothing and hope that you
never have a problem. The second choice is to wait until a problem appears then hope
that you are not disabled or killed. The third choice is to do what you can now to
prevent cardiovascular disease from occurring. You will find this site full of
information on the third choice, prevention. This is based on the continuing research
that has been published on Dr.
John D. Folts. Please bookmark this site or add to your favorites, so you can come
Dr. Folts is the researcher that discovered the benefits of aspirin,
back in 1973. This research on aspirin's ability to make blood platelets less sticky led
to the drug becoming standard treatment for heart disease. Dr. Folts most recent
research has discovered certain flavonoids can be better then aspirin in regulating
platelet activity. Aspirin doesn't have antioxidant (free-radical-fighting) properties,
which is needed to keep LDL cholesterol from oxidizing. Flavonoids are potent
antioxidants that keep LDL cholesterol from oxidizing and damaging arterial walls. Dr.
Folts predicts that Flavonoids
supplements may be standard treatment for heart patients --"possibly in
the very near future."
I hope that you will take the time to read through the information that
I have presented on this web site. You will then understand how easy it is to get real
protection now, even though you have a very active lifestyle.
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