Coronary heart disease kills more than a quarter of all men and 17% of all women, so any thing we can do to reduce the odds of being in that quarter or 17% has got to be worthwhile.
Coronary arteries provide oxygen and nutrient rich blood to the heart muscle, so if they become clogged (by cholesterol plaques) they have to work harder to pump the the vital oxygen and nutrients round the body. Cholesterol is not the only problem but is clearly involved.Some activities and environments also make us more prone to arterial disease. They include smoking; high stress levels; fatty diets diets, sugar and some other carbohydrates. A low fibre diet, excess alcohol and lack of exercise also contribute. Lifestyle changes to minimise these risks are therefore important and these require no medication and almost certainly a reduction in cost. But you can also help with supplements for the extra nutrients you might need. Those supplements most commonly used by our practitioners for this condition are detailed here. There's a range of them, all top quality as you would expect from all Lamberts products.
Recent studies have shown that those taking statins may experience a reduction in CoQ10, which is important in producing energy for the body,