How to Zap Cholesterol and Unclog ArteriesFitness Equipment
Starting in childhood, it progresses relentlessly until your arteries are stiff, hard, and stuffed with plaque and debris - completely wrecked in other words. We are of course talking about atherosclerosis.
With a strict diet, drugs, exercise and stress control you may be able to stop the damage from progressing rapidly. However, how do you open the already clogged arteries?
This can be achieved through the use of what is commercially called "ProFibe".
ProFibe is a special grapefruit fibre mixture that is a unique form of pectin - a water soluble fiber, obtained mostly from the rinds, membranes, and juice sacs of the grapefruit, and combined with another soluble fiber, guar gum. It is processed into a pale yellow, tasteless powder to be dissolved in liquids or sprinkled on food.
Dr. James J. Cerda, a gastroenterologist and professor of medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine, has focused for twenty years on the unique powers of pectin to save and restore arteries.
The standard dose used in clinical studies is about one third of a cup a day, or 15 grams of fiber, divided into three doses taken at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This much may be needed to achieve a regression of plaque in arteries. However, many people get a dramatic cholesterol drop from just 5 grams (one scoop) or 10 grams daily, says Dr. Cerda.
It may take a while to adapt to the high-fiber intake; some users may have gas until they have adapted, while some may have loose stools. It is recommended that you start with a small dose and work your way up as fast as you can handle.
This grapefruit fiber is much better than taking other popular cholesterol-reducing drugs; those drugs have serious side effects, including liver damage, and therefore tests are needed to detect damage when such drugs are taken. The only other way to open severely clogged arteries is by surgery. Or you could give the grapefruit fiber a try.
It seems to be almost an instant supercure for high cholesterol in many people, forcing cholesterol down 50 points or more after a month or two of use. The fiber may also help shrink the amount of plaque in arteries.
IMPORTANT: From hearing the term "grapefruit fiber", your logic probably told you that taking ProFibe and eating lots of grapefruit would both have the same effect. Unfortunately not; you cannot get the same benefit from eating lots of grapefruit as you would taking this grapefruit fiber or ProFibe. .
Above: Artery clogged by plaque buildup