The forgotten Nobel Prize discovery that cleans out arteries.

Take a look at this picture.¬†It’s an x-ray photo of an artery wall with moderate plaque build up.

plaque in artery

As you can see, this is anything but smooth. It’s swollen, rough, and blotchy.

You do not want your arteries to look like this.

And in fact, there’s no reason they should. See, all the way back in 1928, Dr Albert Szent-Gyorgi, M.D., Ph.D., won a Nobel Prize for making a remarkable discovery.

He synthesized a natural molecule that had amazing powers when used in people.

This molecule:

  • Lowers LDL and increased HDL cholesterol.
  • It boosts immunity and reduced stress.
  • It helps lower blood pressure.
  • And repairs damaged cells
  • Improves diabetes
  • Detoxifies lead, mercury, cadmium, and nickel from the blood stream
  • And it dissolves atherosclerotic plaque.

What is it? It’s called ascorbic acid. We generally just refer to it as Vitamin C.

Remember that first picture I showed you? Well look at that same artery after being administered Vitamin C.

Artery Vitamin C

It’s amazing, isn’t it?

I recommend consuming at least 700 mg of Vitamin C a day. Why 700?

Because that’s the amount that an 85,000 person, American College of Cardiology study¬†showed to significantly reduce incidents of heart disease.

Now you can take supplemental Vitamin C (and you probably should) but it’s a good idea to get at least half of your Vitamin C naturally through the foods you eat.

Yellow Bell Peppers are one of the highest natural sources. But swiss chard, berries, and broccoli are all naturally high in this wonder vitamin as well.

Now, boosting your levels of Vitamin C is a very important first step toward ensuring you heart is protected. But you can’t stop there.

There are dozens if natural (and painless) ways to lower blood pressure, flush plaque out of your arteries, and rocket up your heart’s “reserve capacity” (the energy it stores to deal with sudden shock).

I’ve laid them all out in a special program I’ve put together. You can learn more about that by clicking here.