CholesterolEase is based on a therapy to prevent Heart Disease recommended by Dr Linus Pauling and, in his own words; “even cure it…”

His mega-nutrient therapy comprises a combination of high dose Vitamin C and the amino acids, Lysine and Proline combined with other essential nutrients to prevent and remove plaque deposits in our arteries.

The reality is that when heart patients use Pauling’s therapy, they prevent having procedures such as angioplasty and heart bypass surgery by tackling the root cause.

Fast effective recovery is the rule not the exception… No side effects. Non-toxic. Non-invasive. Per mouth and relatively cheap!

Dr Linus Pauling is considered one of the most influential American chemists in history and one of the most important scientists of the 20th century. He received the Nobel Prize twice in his lifetime and is only one of 4 people to receive it more than once. He was the author of 1065 books and science papers and received honorary doctorates from 48 universities. He died in 1994 at age 93.

In 1992, Pauling and his associates, created the “Unified Theory of Human Cardiovascular Disease”, in which they hypothesised that a vitamin C deficiency is one of the primary causes of cardiovascular disease. They used data collected from literally hundreds of published research papers in which world class scientists (MDs and PhDs) described the link between cardiovascular disease and vitamin C. The Unified Theory of Human Cardiovascular Disease takes into account genetic differences in species that are susceptible to heart disease. The Unified Theory explains how the human body precisely regulates blood concentrations of cholesterol and presents compelling evidence that, with proper nutrition – and not drugs – cardiovascular disease can be prevented and even reversed. 

A copy of The Unified Theory of Human Cardiovascular Disease is available at http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/1992/pdf/1992-v07n01-p005.pdf

Earlier during the 1950s, the brilliant Canadian physician, Dr G C Willis, demonstrated that vitamin C was indeed related to cholesterol metabolism. A vitamin C deficiency caused increased cholesterol synthesis (production). Feeding animals increased amounts of cholesterol reduced their vitamin C levels and, conversely, vitamin C supplementation decreased cholesterol levels. Dr Willis also showed that vitamin C could reverse atherosclerosis in guinea pigs, a species that does not produce its own vitamin C internally.

Read his discovery here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1823880/pdf/canmedaj00761-0033.pdf

In 1971, British physician, Dr Constance Spittle, confirmed that patients with existing heart disease showed a temporary rise in blood cholesterol when given vitamin C therapy, while patients with no heart disease showed the reverse, namely lower blood cholesterol levels. Spittle’s explanation? The vitamin C therapy was actually healing the vessel walls, thus releasing the cholesterol from the existing plaque (and into the bloodstream)! This research was published in the prestigious British medical journal, The Lancet. Her research is available here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4143535

Dr Sydney Bush’s research is the best proof that large amounts of vitamin C works. He proved in 2004 that taking 6,000mg of vitamin C daily reversed atherosclerosis in arteries. His monumental discovery is sadly collecting dust. His paper: https://www.vitamincfoundation.org/bush/

 

Recommended diet

 Always make sure that you follow a well-balanced diet and to eliminate man made or processed fats, such as trans- and hydrogenated fats. These “poisons” are mostly found in processed foods such as cookies, crackers, snacks, etc. Natural saturated fats are vastly superior to any fats or oils processed for longer shelf life. Concentrate on fresh whole foods and try to reduce sugar and carbohydrate intake to a minimum.

 

 Instructions before use

 If you suffer from a chronic medical condition consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product.
Discontinue the use of this product where there is sensitivity towards any of the ingredients.
Use this product under the supervision of your healthcare practitioner if you are using chronic prescription medication. Always tell your health care professional if you are taking other medicine.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding your baby please consult your doctor, pharmacist or other health care professional for advice before taking this product.

 

 Dosage and directions for use

 Mix the contents of one sachet CholesterolEase in a glass of water (±200 ml or to personal taste) until completely dissolved. Drink 1 to 4 sachets per day depending on your condition or as prescribed by your health care practitioner. Use the following instructions as a guide:

  • To help prevent heart disease and/or to maintain cardiovascular health take 1 sachet per day,
  • For persons with known heart disease, existing atherosclerotic plaque deposits or who had bypass surgery or stent(s) inserted take 2-4 sachets per day until condition improves. Then rake 1 to 2 sachets per day thereafter.

Never take more than one sachet at a time. Do not consume on an empty stomach.

 

 Side effects

 This product can cause an upset stomach if too much is taken at one time or taken too fast. Drinking it over a period of 2 to 3 hours will reduce absorption and should alleviate any stomach problems.

Large amounts of vitamin C may cause excessive urination and in rare cases the formation of renal calcium oxalate deposits.

 

Storage instructions

 Store below 25º C. Protect from light and moisture.

 

 Nappi Code : 718474-001

 This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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