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The cure and it's free!
Last year I decided to get crazy and try to get off my expensive meds (especially rapatha) with advice from some famous plant based doctors. Their diet was tested over AHA by the New York University School of Medicine, Cleavland Clinic, Harvard and by the Mt Sinia hospital all resulting in substantial better heart health compared to AHA recomendations.
So what did it do for me after just 1 year? My LDL dropped to less than 50 and my BP is now 120 over 80 with no meds and it's never been that good my entire life or at least the past 35 years I've been testing my blood!
For those that are interested one example of my typical day of eating is like:
Breakfast: Oatmeal, Soy milk, Maple Syrup, Walnuts, Orange Juice, and a cheap vitamin B12 just in case I need it.
Lunch: A mix of Brown Rice, advacado, tomatoes, Black beans, Peas, Corn, crushed scoops corn chips or taco shells, some romane lettuce, salsa, chili pepper, cayane pepper. A hand full of pumpkin or sunflower seeds on the side.
Supper: Spaghetti with vegan meat balls and a 4 banana smoothie with blueberries, Kale, soy milk, cocoa, and peanut butter powder.
Snacks all day long: Fruits, raisins any veggies, whole wheat crakers, pretzels, corn chips, potato chips low fat, Kale crackers... there's many many more varieties of this diet I could show everyone just no coconut oil and avoid most oil when you can. Don't just take my word for it:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tnj0nmtwVbI&t=9s
Amilne2009, January 31, 2019 11:48pm EST
Yeah this is my next step to success man, glad it worked for you.
DolphinWrite, February 7, 2019 12:32am EST
Thanks so much for the information. I also changed my diet significantly but I don't know that I can give up some of the meat I love, though I'm eating more fish and chicken with little or no additives (I do the cooking.). I joke that I must have been a carnivore in a past life. ,😁