Intermittent Fasting Program! | Heart Disease Prevention

Intermittent Fasting Program! | Heart Disease Prevention


Your heart. Kind of an important organ, right? Well, let me throw a statistic at you that
just might blow you away. Increasing insulin sensitivity — which is
good, right? — can reduce your risk of heart disease by 93%. So if you’ll allow me, I’d like to get on
my soapbox just for a minute here. But I have a question for you. If excessive damage to the arteries from a
poor lifestyle occurs, making it necessary for the body to distribute extra cholesterol
through the bloodstream to repair these arteries…Does it seem very wise to lower the cholesterol
artificially with a drug, and forget about why it’s elevated in the first place? Wouldn’t it seem smarter to just reduce the
need for the extra cholesterol, which is the poor lifestyle causing the damage? Now, the body is incredibly smart, and the
increase in cholesterol and clotting factors in the form of white blood cells, is actually
a very intelligent response to repairing arterial damage. Now, it doesn’t matter what drug you’re taking
for this condition. If you don’t escape the unhealthy lifestyle,
then, guess what? It’s over. Sure, you can take a drug to lower cholesterol. You can take a drug to lower heart rate and
blood pressure in the form of a beta blocker, and you can take a drug to thin the blood,
and a drug to lower blood sugar. You can be a part of a study that actually
proves that by taking this cholesterol drug, your cholesterol indeed drops. However you will never find a study that says
it makes you healthier or increases your lifespan. Now, why can’t you find a study showing these
pharmaceutical drugs increases lifespan and health? Because they don’t exist. Harmful lifestyle factors are the number one
contribution to the development of cardiovascular disease, which is a leading cause of death
worldwide. Traditional approaches of treatment have been
proven ineffective in most people. However, intermittent fasting has been shown
to have a positive impact on heart health, and in the prevention of such risk factors. And it’s been shown effective against inflammation
and oxidative stress, resulting in the prevention and the reversal of damaged arteries. If you’re looking for a lifestyle intervention
that has research, and shown undeniable results for the prevention of heart disease, then
you need to look no further than intermittent fasting.