Experimental Drug That Mimics Thryoid Hormone Safely Lowers ‘Bad’ Cholesterol
Forget all this hype from Big Pharma about a new drug that may or may not work.
Lower your cholesterol all naturally with the following home made cocktail:
32 Ounces of freshly squeezed oranges (not store bought and pasteurized brand orange juices)
32 Ounces of freshly juice apples with pulp (store bought apple juice will not work)
3 ounces of organic apple cider vinegar
Blend these three together, and this is an 8 day supply, MAKE SURE TO REFRIGERATE after blending.
Drink 8 ounces per day, on an empty stomach, for 30 days straight; yes you need to remake the recipe above, every 8 days.
After 30 days take one to two cans of Zija per day for nutritional maintenance.
~ Uncle Russ
ScienceDaily (Mar. 11, 2010) — People whose “bad” cholesterol and risk of future heart disease stay too high despite cholesterol-lowering statin therapy can safely lower it by adding a drug that mimics the action of thyroid hormone. In a report published in the Mar. 11, issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, Johns Hopkins and Swedish researchers say an experimental drug called eprotirome lowered cholesterol up to 32 percent in those already on statins, an effect equal to that expected from doubling the statin drug doses, without harmful side effects.
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. “Experimental Drug That Mimics Thryoid Hormone Safely Lowers ‘Bad’ Cholesterol.” ScienceDaily 11 March 2010.
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